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Call the Experts for Black Water Damage Cleanup

12/28/2020 (Permalink)

No one wants to deal with water damage in their Lakeland, FL, home. When it happens, getting it cleaned immediately is vital to minimizing other issues from developing. Unfortunately, not all water losses are equal. The three categories are clean, grey and black water. While the first two have minimal contaminants, the latter one is likely chock full of them.


Levels of Category 3 Damage
This category of water damage comes from more than a broken pipe or washing machine malfunctioning. This water has the potential to be carrying bacteria, debris, microbes and other contaminants. Within the black water category, there are three levels of damage:

Level I – Typically considered a limited issue, this level begins in the home and only affects a small area. An example may be a toilet overflow that is contained in the bathroom and doesn’t get absorbed into porous materials.
Level II – This also originates inside the home but affects a greater area of the home and both porous and nonporous materials.
Level III – When the water comes from outside the home, such as stormwater from a flood or main sewer line backing up, there could potentially all sorts of contaminants that require extra precautions during cleanup.

Professional Help
Sewage cleanup is not only a gross, dirty job but also poses potential risks that need to be properly mitigated. Instead of going out and buying all the PPE needed — including a disposable suit, gloves, goggles, respirator and more — count on a certified water damage restoration company to handle the problem for you with help that is Faster to Any Size Disaster. Along with the needed tools, professionals have the expertise to identify potential hazards, assess the damage and develop a plan to return your home to its preloss state.
Not all water problems can be dealt with in the same way. If you are dealing with black water in your home, you don’t have to go it alone.

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