Sewage Cleanup & Sanitizing
Professional Sewage Cleanup & Removal Services
Sewage Cleanup & Sanitizing should be done by professionals only!
With the number of bacteria, disease-causing viruses, parasites, chemicals, human excrements, pollutants, floodwater runoff, and everything else in between, you don’t want to clean sewage yourself. Sewage Cleanup & Sanitizing should only be done by professionals wearing the proper gear to keep everyone involved safe.
Why call us when you need sewage cleanup and sanitizing?
- Firstly, we offer free estimates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Secondly, our team is here for you with 60 minute response time, no matter what time of day.
- In addition, we provide free moisture inspections with a thermal camera to find hidden leaks ($299 Value).
- Restoration 1 of Long Island is locally owned & operated.
- We provide 24/7 emergency response.
- Our crews are IICRC certified.
- We only use the most state-of-the-art equipment.
- Our team is certified to work with all insurances.
- Restoration 1 of Long Island is fully licensed & insured.
Professional Sewage Cleanup & Sanitizing Available 24/7 for
You should never attempt to clean up sewage/sewer line backups yourself. They are much more dangerous than just a water backup. Sewage is extremely dangerous to your health. It contains viruses and disease-causing bacteria such as E-coli, salmonella, hepatitis A, giardia, cryptosporidium, tetanus, and others. These bacteria could affect your water supply. The smell alone is enough to make conditions unlivable.
Only trained professionals wearing the proper suits and face coverings for sewage backup restoration should restore the damage. Restoration 1 of Long Island will provide a safe cleanup to prevent further damage. In addition, we will work to prevent mold, eliminate odors and sanitize the area for your safety. At the very least, sewer backups contain Gray water. Gray water comes from things like bathtubs, bathroom sinks, and washing machines. It may contain traces of dirt, hair, grease, and household cleaning product. You can reuse gray water to flush your toilets or water your garden. On the other hand, blackwater contains sewage and an abundance of harmful bacteria and other contaminants. Blackwater sources include toilet overflow and sewer line backups.