Homes, commercial locations, and all types of properties can experience water damage from flooding and backups. These events must be addressed quickly to prevent other problems from developing. A report released by the professionals at Bio Clean of Utah warns of the damage sewage backups can cause and outlines the emergency cleanup and repair services that must be implemented to keep costs at a minimum and prevent mold and bacteria from forming and spreading.

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The team at Bio Clean of Utah is accustomed to repairing damages caused by severe weather, faulty appliances, or system breakdowns. A recent sewage backup experienced by an Ogden, Utah resident was so destructive, however, the team has since published a report that explains the extent of ruin these events can cause and details the steps a professional team must carry out to repair and remediate affected areas.

The report warns that water damage can be caused by any number of events, each of which requires its own solution. Heavy rains that burst pipes will cause an outpouring of uncontaminated water that needs to be stopped before it can leach into building infrastructures. Leaking showers, sinks, or laundry areas are examples of “gray water” that can quickly begin soaking into floors. Overflows from sewage backups are called “black water” events which, like gray water leaks or floods, require skilled clean-up teams and proper cleaning methods.

In the case of the resident that experienced a sewage backup and flooded basement, the team at Bio Clean of Utah implemented industry-grade processes that helped mitigate the problem and any future development of toxic molds. Carpeting was quickly removed, and items were professionally dried and sanitized.

A spokesperson for the company says, “a lot of damage occurred in the Ogden resident’s home, including artwork being stored in the basement. Our teams were able to quickly take control of the situation and eventually clean and sanitize the area, ensuring no bacteria or mold was left behind.”

With the release of their recent report, the experts at Bio Clean of Utah aim to warn home and business owners that leaks and gray and black water floods can lead to serious and costly problems, and should be dealt with by trained, skilled, and certified professionals.

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