Is spilled sewage dangerous? Yes. (On top of being smelly and disgusting!) Though you may be tempted to avoid the cost of calling in a professional remediation team, don’t go it alone. Sewage cleanup is not just about removing what you CAN see, it’s about removing the bacteria, viruses, and protozoa that you CAN’T see. Download Clean Earth Restoration‘s free tip sheet below and contact us for any questions you may have about your San Diego sewage spill.
What is the WORST thing you can imagine happening to your plumbing during a busy holiday season? Sewage spill, right? It’s a home- or business-owner’s nightmare. Besides the obvious necessity to stop the source of the spill and cordon off the area to visitors, the next question is “can I handle the cleanup myself or should I call a professional?”. Clean Earth Restorations is a San Diego based sewage remediation company and we’ve put together a few questions and answers regarding sewage clean up for you.
We think it’s safe to say that most property owners never have to deal with a major sewage clean up. If you are reading this now, you might be among the unlucky few who encounter this kind of very inconvenient flooding issue.
As we all know, prevention is the best medicine. But we all get busy, and sometimes simple things we could do to avoid trouble later on slip through the cracks of our daily schedule. Clean Earth Restorations hopes to give you that little push to check 3 simple things today that could save you from having San Diego water damage.
Home floods are so often avoidable with a little home maintenance elbow grease and/or some basic knowledge about how water systems work in your home. Clean Earth Restorations has found 3 short videos that provide some basic yet important information: how to stop an overflowing toilet, how to turn off the water main to your home, and how to change or replace washing machine houses. Have a look and save yourself some water damage!
Any home owners worst nightmare would surely include a failed sump-pump. A sewage emergency is a disaster that no home owner wants to deal with. However, what do you do if it happens to you? We’ve put together a few tips in the case of a worst-case-scenario.