Orange County Sewage Cleanup


Water Removal Too


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 Sewage and Dryout

Orange County sewage cleanup services offered by Eddie Evans allows for small sewage cleanup of the worst sort.

Los Angeles County, as Southern California, benefitted from very nice weather. Our typical spring and summer days were fairly dry, near desert-like and sometimes like a desert. So when it came to Los Angeles sewage cleanup, building and matterial dryout were fairly routine. Now with rising humidity as global warming and general climate change creep into the Los Angeles area, we need to take care to recognize sewage cleanup in humidity. We have classes of water cleanup to help resolve our sewage cleanup tasks in dry or humid conditions.

Toilet backup, wash machine water discharge, bath tub overflow, call me and I'll go to work cleaning your sewage removing your sewage problem.

There's plenty going on with sewage problems and I'm here to help. At least we have our fine California weather to help with drying out our buildings. States like West Virginia, Florida, and Mississippi cause evaporation to slow down following a sewage discharge. Not so here, most of the time. Unfortunately, most of us cannot wait for the dry Orange County air to make things right.

Here's a short list of what we call 3 major water categories. These help us understand what we're faced with when it comes to water cleanup. A worse case leads to a category 3 water cleanup, which means sewage in many cases.

So we can tell by a water loss if it's a routine, potable, water loss, a category 1, a more serious category 2, gray water, or the worse case.


Category 1

Category 1 - Usually these involve a kitchen or bathroom sink overflowing. A bathtub, perhaps, spills as its bather's attention gets distracted to a telephone call. In such cases it's a matter of simply sucking up the water with vacuums and returning it to the sewer systerm. We call this sewer system the "sanitary sewer." Category 2 water goes to the same place. Category 3 water goes to the same place, unless it somehow picked up hazardous material while soaking a building, a home, for example.

Human skin does not tolerate categories 2 and 3 for prolonged periods of time. Category 1 water rarely presents a risk to skin. We find that water pipes lead to category 1 discharges. These leave fairly "clean" water to remove, unless it becomes contaminated by somthing once released. Then it's a category 2 to 3.


Category 2

Category 2 water discharges can and do cause sickness. This usually happens when there's an accidental ingeston of gray water. There are rare. Still, soap does cause diarrehea, and diarrhea has deadly consiquences for the elderly, inferm, and infants. Washing machines, dishwashers, and even toilets backed up from the dwellng side of the toilet trap discharge gray water.

We find a big problem with gray water discharges arises when they go unnoticed. Then water damage begins; then we find microorganisms growing and spreading with dampness.

Look to waterbeds and water heaters for examples of unnoticed water discharge. Broken aquariums are known to cause problems when families leave their homes for vacations and weekend outings. Because toilets may still release water in this category, not having feces in it, a toilet backup will cause gray water release. Small amuonts of urine will not disqualify a category 2 ranking. Feces in toilet water jacks it up to category 3 instantly.

Category 3

Category 3 water discharges, sewage discharges, present serious health risks for residents as well as visitors. Toilet discharges that either surge or slowly gurgle up into structures and surrounding areas may cause illness as well as unpleasant, odors. These odors will not harm us, but they do tells us that harmful bacteria and viruses lurk in the area.

Did you knat that rivers overflow? They do and you may have seen this happen in the east or mid-west. When river overflows and enters homes, it becomes category 3 water, a genuine health risk. Fortunately we have the Santa Ana River under control most of the time. With California's drought conditions it will be a long time before we worry about river overflows causing sewage cleanup issues.




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