The purpose of sewage remediation is to remove the sewage damaged materials to prevent human exposure and damage to building materials and furnishings. To ensure the most favorable results we complete each job to the standards and practices of the IICRC S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration along with EPA and NY guidelines.
These guidelines include:
Loss Assessment and Evaluation – Our technicians will inspect all affected areas to determine the procedures necessary.
Categorization of Water in Water Damage – Our technicians must determine the cause of water intrusion to determine how best to treat the situation.
Principles of Drying – Our technicians will determine the appropriate method for drying out the water damaged area.
Structural and Contents Considerations – Our technicians will inspect the affected area to determine the extent of damage to structures and contents.
Monitoring – Our technicians make regular visits to each job site to monitor the drying process.
Final Inspection and Completion – Before each job is completed, our technicians will conduct a final inspection of all affected areas to ensure that all remediated areas are sufficiently clean.
Our technicians are certified and trained by the IICRC which is the leading non-profit certifying body for the disaster restoration industry.
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