Lafayette Sewer Damage Mitigation

There are few things worse than having toxic sludge sitting stagnant in your Lafayette home or business. Usually these backups aren’t even your fault! But leaving sewer or contaminated water alone is the last thing that you should do. The sewer water damage treatment experts at Lafayette Emergency Restoration have the equipment and sterilization techniques to completely remove all signs of sewer damage on your property. Let us help you when disaster strikes:

  • Septic tank backup
  • Sewer overflow
  • Toilet P-trap overflow
  • Kitchen Sink pipe rupture

Lafayette Emergency Response Team

            Don’t wait until your small sewer backup issue becomes a crisis! Call Lafayette Emergency Restoration immediately for quick response. Our 24/7 emergency services are on-call to help you when disaster strikes. With a 30 minute average response time in Lafayette, Colorado, we’ll help you handle your plumbing or sewer backup mess and get your home or business back into good shape in no time.

Call us today if you’re struggling with sewer damage or for a free quote for restoration after the waters have subsided.

(720) 388-6288

Sewer Damage Cleanup

The damages caused by contaminated water can be far reaching and beyond what’s visible. The longer water sits, the more time potentially lethal molds and bacteria can take hold. Even after water is gone, these agents can cause serious health complications for you, your family or customers. Some of these threats appear as Hepatitis A, balontidiasis, salmonella and skin infections. At Lafayette Emergency Restoration, our sewer cleanup teams have the experience to eliminate odor and illness causing bacteria quickly and effectively:

  • Industrial Grade pumps to remove even standing water
  • Commercial grade blowers to eliminate lingering moisture
  • Steam and chemical deep cleaning of porous surfaces like carpet, ceiling tiles, upholstery and insulation.
  • Deodorization of effected areas to eliminate any trace of offensive odors
  • Sterilization of flood areas to prevent infections