Do you have toilet overflow or sewer backup at your Chicago home or business? We can help.
When you’re facing sewage backup damage, avoid all contaminated areas, and call us right away. The situation is far too dangerous to be addressed by anyone other than our highly trained professionals.
ServiceMaster Restoration by Zaba is industry-certified to handle biohazards including sewage water backup. We utilize our special training and advanced equipment every day to safely clean, disinfect and restore residential and commercial properties in Chicago, IL and the suburbs.
We handle clean water spills before they degrade into safety hazards, we tackle grey water containing bacteria and viruses, and we take on category 3 black water contaminated by raw sewage, microbes and dangerous chemicals.
Give us a call right now for 24 hour help: 773-647-1985
HOW DOES OUR SEWER CLEANUP PROCESS WORK?
We’re on the scene in 90 minutes or less because we have headquarters located in both Chicago and Skokie. Our experienced technicians are certified in biohazard cleanup. We sanitize your property with state-of-the-art equipment and products including antimicrobial treatments, bactericides and EPA-registered disinfectants.
1. Cleanup begins by pumping out contaminated water and removing debris.
2. The origin of the sewage backup is identified and addressed.
3. If necessary, damaged sheetrock and floors are removed and replaced.
4. Industrial dehumidifiers and air scrubbers speed up drying and sanitation processes.
5. Mold remediation techniques help preserve infrastructure and belongings.
Whether your toilet is overflowing or leaking from the base, we provide sewage removal services for all situations. From repairs and cleanup to sanitation and reconstruction, we restore your property and your peace of mind.
The ServiceMaster Restoration by Zaba Difference:
- 50+ years of combined restoration experience
- We are available 24/7, 365 days a year
- We manage your insurance claims
- Licensed, bonded, insured
- Biohazard certified
- Friendly customer service
WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
A variety of plumbing mishaps can result in a backed-up toilet, but homeowners typically face one of two common problems. Most toilet overflows are caused by malfunctioning parts or clogs in the system.
When sewage backs up in your home, you’re exposed to contaminants ranging from parasites and viruses to bacteria and fungi including hepatitis A. It’s important to address the situation as quickly as possible by calling in a restoration professional.
Typically, most policies cover 100 percent of water damages excluding your deductible. However, be sure to check coverage details with your agent.