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Sewage or Water Problems in Your Lenoir City Work Place? Call SERVPRO

3/6/2019 (Permalink)

Commercial Sewage or Water Problems in Your Lenoir City Work Place? Call SERVPRO Keep Customers from Exiting Your Lenoir City Business after a Water Mishap by Calling SERVPRO

Commercial Water Removal Experts In Lenoir City Talk About Sewage Backups

Any building that has public restrooms such as your office building in Lenoir City, is susceptible to a sewage system failure. If a toilet backs up or if any sewage drain gets clogged, it is vital that you call in a professional commercial water removal company such as SERVPRO.

Any time a disaster takes place, our SERVPRO technicians know that getting your offices back up and running quickly is vital. The first step to any commercial water removal project in Lenoir City is to make sure the working area is safe for all occupants. Our crew goes through your office complex and makes sure that there are no potential hazards. If we do find dangerous situations, then we take steps to make the building safe before work begins. Once the work area is deemed safe, our team assess the situation and figures out the extent of the damage.

Any time a sink or toilet drain breaks or clogs and backs up the water could be contaminated. If the source of the moisture is a sink, then the water has a possibility of being contaminated and is labeled as grey water or a category two situation. If the moisture source is a toilet or main sewer drain, then more than likely the contamination levels are high, and the project is treated as a category 3 or black water scenario. Any time we conduct commercial water removal with a category 2 or 3 sources, we take extra steps to prevent the spread of the contaminated moisture.
 
When dealing with black water, we are forced to remove any porous materials like carpet and pad that got wet. If the drywall retained moisture, then we may have to remove that as well a foot or two up from the floor. Before we begin removing materials, we establish a containment chamber so that hazardous particles in the air get trapped within the affected region. We then attach an air scrubber to the plastic barrier that pulls any harmful particles through a HEPA filter before getting released in the air.
 
If you ever have a toilet backup or any other type of water damage inside your office complex, call SERVPRO of Loudon & Roane Counties at (865) 986-3015 any time of the day.

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