Have you had a sewage back up in your home?

Our goal is to educate you on any environmental issues that you may have in your home or office.   If not cleaned-up properly; water damage and sewage back-up can potentially become a health issue  If it is cleaned up and dried out properly; it should never become an issue.

If you do experience water damage or a sewage back-up; take the time to research how to clean them up to prevent any future problems.

"Human feces and urine can contain more than 120 different viruses that find their way

into sewage"...Read a protocol in the link below.

Sewage Clean-up Protocol

"Sewage is one of the most dangerous substances to enter homes or buildings. It contains fungi, bacteria and viruses, many of which are disease-causing. Unfortunately, many people fail to understand the hazards that sewage presents, particularly for the very young or very old, or for those with compromised immune systems or respiratory problems."

The IICRC complied guidelines for professional sewage clean-up called the Standard for Water Damage Restoration (S500)

Click on the Link below to Read the IICRC Standards 

IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) -  Water and Sewage Damage

Mold Damage

For information on mold damage and testing for mold in your home,

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