The most toxic and dangerous materials reside in your home. Where you may wonder? No other than your drain and sewer lines. Bacteria, viruses and other harmful substances are flushed through the drain lines multiple times per day- without a second thought.
However, what happens when these drain lines fail? A pipe bursts, or a sewage line corrodes? If this occurs on your property, the results can be severe. Hazardous microbes can seep into your sheetrock, carpet, wood flooring or other building materials, and wreak havoc to the air quality of your home. Needless to say, if a sewage line backs up into your property or a drain line bursts, you need to take immediate action. Emergency Response is an experienced full-service restoration company with a track record of success.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we service the Anson, Chesterfield, Marlboro, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, and Scotland counties. Our company is certified by the IICRC and can restore your property to its original condition any time of the day! Our operators are standing by to answer any questions you may have. Consultations are free, and if you would like one of our trained technicians to evaluate your property, give us a call at 877-586-2924.
What to look for – Symptoms of a Sewer or Drain line Issue
Handling a backed up drain line, overflowed toilet or septic system failure is not an easy feat. That is why it is important to identify the symptoms of a potential failure early- before it turns into a catastrophic event.
Gurgling Sound within the Drain Line – Noticing an odd sound when you flush the toilet or run your faucet? This could be the presence of air bubbles within the drain line- resulting from a small leak within the pipe. This could be the first sign an issue is forming and needs to be addressed.
Pipes slow to drain – Do you notice your toilet is flushing slower than normal, or your kitchen sink is taking longer to drain? A leak could be present or forming within your drain lines.
Sewage smell – Under normal circumstances, you will never smell raw sewage coming from your drain lines. If you detect this odd smell, it is time to quickly call a professional to rectify the situation. The longer you wait, the worse the damage could be.
Water pooling around Sewer lines – Every property has a sewer line running from the city service or septic tank. If you notice water pooling around those areas- you need to call a professional right away. This indicates an issue with your sewer line, and could cause severe damage within your home.
Sewer water overflowing in toilets or sinks – If you notice an overflow of sewage in either your toilets, bathtubs or sinks, then you have a hazardous condition on your hands. You need to call a professional immediately in order to eliminate any potential viruses, bacteria or microbes which could be present in the area.
Choosing the Best Professional is Key – Reasons Emergency Response is the Right Company for you
Let’s be honest, the city sewer line is not going to fail on a weekday between 9am and 5pm. Nor will your toilet overflow mid-day. That is why, at Emergency Response, we have a staff ready to take your call no matter what time of the day. Evenings, weekends and early mornings are more common than not, and we understand what it takes to truly run a 24/7 business.
When you pick up the phone to call Emergency Response at 877-586-2924, one of our friendly dispatchers will take down your information and work on sending an experienced technician immediately. We know there is not a minute to lose and will work on winning your business by providing the most competitive and reasonable quote.
Sewage Infiltrating your Home? Call HCI Fire & Water Restoration Today
With everything you need to handle as a homeowner, the last thing you expect to face is a back-up of your sewage or drain lines. This can be extremely stressful, and if placed in the wrong hands, can lead to a huge disaster. That is why Emergency Response is the right company for you! We arrive equipped with the right tools, skills and experienced to restore your property quickly and effectively. Servicing the Anson, Chesterfield, Marlboro, Moore, Richmond, Robeson, and Scotland counties, our company is available 24/7 with dispatchers ready to take your call.
If you would like one of our trained technicians to evaluate your property, give us a call at 877-586-2924. Consultations are free, and can provide you the insight necessary to restore your property after a sewer or drain line incident.