Sewage Cleanup in Brooklyn, Maryland
Also known as "Black Water", or Category 3 Water Damage by the IICRC, sewage contamination can come from Brooklyn ground water flooding, river or lake flooding, or toilet or septic system overflow. The end result is highly toxic water entering your Brooklyn home or place of business. Black water contains dangerous microbes, viruses and bacteria such as hepatitis and salmonella. These contaminates can cause serious illness and respiratory distress. It is important to remove Brooklyn sewage damage as soon as possible to avoid sickness and spread!
Call A & R Restoration LLC for Immediate, Safe Restoration of Sewage in Brooklyn!
A & R Restoration LLC has the training, certification and state of the art equipment to handle any water damage in Brooklyn, including black water contamination! Our Brooklyn sewage remediation team will work with your to safely decontaminate the affected areas and return your home or office to it's previous condition and more!
Our Brooklyn Sewage Damage Remediation Process:
- Decontaminate affected areas with highly effective anti-microbial agents to kill all viruses and bacteria
- Completely Dry the affected area: floors, walls, ceilings and support structures
- Neutralize odors
- Restore property to a healthy living or working environment
Direct Insurance Billing
We take the hassle out of Brooklyn, Maryland sewage contamination remediation! When you work with us, we'll bill your insurance company for you.
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WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:
★★★★★ - "I had a sewage backup and A&R Restoration took care of the damages very quickly."
Dominique in Baltimore, MD2020-06-02
★★★★★ - "My sump pump failed at 3 am and I called A&R Restoration to handle the water damage in my home. They were very professional and made the claim process with my insurance company a seamless process."
Chris in Waldorf, MD2020-06-02
★★★★★ - "A&R Restoration responds with same day service. They provide excellent service."
Josh in Annapolis, MD2020-06-02