Sewage Backup Service

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Sewage Backup Service 2018-04-19T17:33:17+00:00

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Sewage Backup Service

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Sewage Backup Service

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There is a sewer network which is usually located underground below your home. Sometime this network of sewer pipes can become blocked, collapse from debris or pumps and pipes in the area can cause problems. If the pipes connecting the house to the main sewer line under the street are blocked with garbage, the sewage from that house can end up flooding into the basement.

Sewage blockage may be the consequence of:

  • The collection of wax, kitchen waste, paper or other foreign objects
  • A collapsed tube
  • Tree roots

The reduction of sewer backups with protective pipes

Protective plumbing prevents water and sewage from entering your home through sewer connections during rising water levels in city sewers. The method most recommended to reduce the possibility of a sewage backup in your basement is the installation of an approved full port stagnant water valve.

This protective plumbing device is designed to allow the flow of waste in only one direction (i.e., the flow from the building to the sewer line below street level). The installation of a stagnant water valve must be performed by a qualified professional and in accordance with building codes.

Sewer cleaning: Avoid and prevent

Periodic sewage cleaning is the best way to carry out proper maintenance of the sewage network. The cleaning of connected pipes and tanks prevents jams, leaks, floods and bad odors in sanitation and sewerage networks.

American Way Restoration provides sewage backup service with a team of highly skilled professionals throughout the Los Angeles area, available 24 hours a day, all year round.

Measures to prevent Sewage backup in Ventura & Los Angeles County

American Way Restoration have been in the restoration business for a long time and now remind us of the commonly overlooked but essential measures needed to stop sewage backup from forming in any home.

  1. The first is ensure that only want is meant for flushing is flushed down the toilet. Such items like baby wipes could easily lead to a sewage backup.
  2. Ensure that your plumbing system is inspected by a technician at least once in every three years’ time
  3. Last but not least, while toilet overflows are more common than sewage backups, it is important that a home owner purposes to have a technician attend to the systems immediately.

Dealing with a sewage filled crawlspace

The American Way Restoration team knows that there are actually times when they have to surmount extreme working challenges.

One memorable one is when they had to attend to a home that had the whole crawling space filled with sewage. The only way to access this point was through a small hole. American Way Restoration could only use the skinniest of its technicians as he was the only one that could go through the hole.

With much fortitude, perseverance and courage, he went through the hole, skilfully and professionally started sucking at the sewage and did a great job at cleaning the crawlspace. The team ensured they even offered help with paper work for insurance. The client felt comfortable, well attended to and in safe hands. And that is exactly what the team at American Way Restoration would want for every one of their clients.

I’m  confident you would get the best value for your money as well as a great experience having the American Way Restoration attend to your sewage challenge issues.

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