24 Hour Emergency Water and Sewage Removal:
Expert Water Removal is the area’s premier provider of Emergency Water Removal, Sewage Cleanup and Structural Drying of Residential and Commercial Buildings throughout west Florida: Sarasota, Bradenton, Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, and Charlotte County.
Expert Water Removal Guarantees 1 Hour Response 24 Hours A Day 365 Days A Year:
Our IICRC® nationally certified technicians will be on your property in our clearly marked Air Movers Van within 1 Hour of your call to us. We provide our 1 Hour Response Guarantee 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week, 365 Days A Year throughout the West Coast of Florida. Our technician will be on site within one hour of begin dispatched or the service call is free.
If You Have A Water Loss – Do Not Wait, Call Us Now:
Every minute counts when you experience a water loss. Water soaks into the padding, drywall, cabinetry and framing within minutes causing swelling and water damage. If left without drying, mold will begin to grow.
The earlier you begin the mitigation process, the less damage will occur to your property. The longer you wait, the more water will be absorbed into your property resulting in more damage and more water needing to be dried from your property.
If your home or business has been flooded, do not wait to call us. By using our drying systems with in hours of a loss, we can significantly reduce your damage, including:
- Preserving Wall Paints and Finishings
- Preserving Furniture
- Saving Kitchen Cabinets
- Saving Drywall and Baseboards
- Saving Carpets and Padding
Your phone call is always answered by an Expert Water Removal employee – never an answering service. By the time other restoration companies are calling you back, Expert Water Removal is in route to your property.
We provide the the best drying systems in the market. Our drying system dries most structures in 1 to 2 days. Other Companies take 4 to 5 days to dry your property. Faster drying means less damage and less inconvenience. We get your home or business back to normal faster than anyone else!
Why Expert Water Removal for Emergency Water Removal and Structural Drying?
- 1 Hour Response
- 24 Hour Emergency Service, 365 Days A Year
- Worlds Fastest Drying System
- Restore Your Home or Business Back to Normal Faster than Anyone Else
- Locally Owned and Family Operated
- Uniformed and Clean Cut Staff
- Every Call is Answered by an Expert Water Removal Employee
- We Operate a Drug Free Workplace
- Project Manager Assigned to Every Job
- Licensed, Bonded and Insured
- Covered and Approved By All Insurance Companies
- We Direct Bill Your Insurance Company
When dealing with sewage, special precautions and processes must be followed. Before tackling an Emergency Sewage Removal project, here are some critical guidelines.
Safety is the first concern when handling sewage remediation. Sewage, also known as “black water,” must be handled differently than a “normal” water damage dry-out. Household sewage is grossly contaminated water and it often contains many diseases, viruses, pathogens and parasites that can infect anyone coming in contact with it. Included in the list of the most common diseases that can be transmitted by contact with black water are e-coli, hepatitis, HIV and rotavirus.
Anyone involved in removing sewage from a home or business must wear protective clothing. Professionals wear Tyvek suits, puncture resistant gloves, masks and sealed boots and gloves. This is to prevent potentially disease ridden water from coming into contact with the skin, eyes, nose or mouth.
Another significant difference between a normal water removal project and emergency sewage removal is this: all porous building materials must be removed from the structure. This includes contaminated drywall, baseboards, carpets, padding and cabinets. When just exposed to water damage, these building materials can usually be saved by a professional remediation company. However, when sewage is involved, safety guidelines and industry requirements demand that contaminated porous surfaces must be removed from the property. After contaminated, porous materials are removed, the area is then cleaned with a high pressure system and a sanitizing agent.
One other concern with sewage damage includes airborne hazards. Black water can end up in the air within a contaminated property and expose people to all the diseases noted above. Best practices call for the use of HEPA air scrubbers to be placed in areas affected by sewage spills to reduce the likelihood of airborne hazards.
The guidelines discussed here are the best practices required by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification) and the AFTM.