Restoration Logistics of Denver has three decades of experience containing and eliminating environmental hazards that present health risks to the community. We are well-versed in emergency sewage cleanup services and take immediate action to make sure you and your family are safe from the viruses, bacteria, and parasites sewage contains. Our team of specialists is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week every day of the year and can provide immediate aid when you are in need.
Raw sewage is a combination of everything that is disposed of down the drains in your Denver home, including toilet water, soap, detergent, leftover food and cleaning products. It can also contain extremely high levels of harmful pathogens. Bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella, microscopic parasites like Giardia and viral dangers like Hepatitis A and West Nile Virus are all common dangers associated with sewage spills. These hazards require immediate action by a team of emergency sewage cleanup professionals in order to ensure you and your family remain safe and healthy. The Restoration Logistics team has been a leader in emergency services in Denver for more than 30 years. We know what it takes to quickly protect you and your family.
The most important part of biohazard cleanup is tackling it immediately and thoroughly so it doesn’t spread through your home, into storm drains and into natural bodies of water in the Denver area. At Restoration Logistics, we employ the most qualified emergency sewage removal technicians in Denver to effectively mitigate the effects of sewage damage to your home. We have the resources and experience to deal with this urgent situation. Contact the professionals at Restoration Logistics of Denver at any time, seven days a week about our emergency sewage removal services.
The state of Colorado has created standards and regulations for proper biohazard cleanup in Denver in order to protect citizens and maintain a healthy environment. The specialists at Restoration Logistics adhere to all of the guidelines the state has provided regarding handling, removing and disposing of raw sewage. Technicians are also equipped with OSHA-approved protective gear to make sure you, your family, your pets and the technicians themselves are all safe during the removal process.