18,000 Gallons of Sewage Backed up into Home Basement in Parkersburg, WV
This was an unfortunate situation. A city sewer was backed up and leaked over into the basement of a nearby home. IT STUNK!
The smell isn't the only problem. Sewerage is highly dangerous because of its high risk of disease.
THOUSANDS OF MONEY SAVED
When a home has a sewage surge this large (18,000 gallons) it's usual that walls are required to be demolished and in some cases a large demolition is required in order to remove contaminated walls, carpets and other structures.
Our team was able to avoid this entirely for this client! Through deep sterilization and effective eradication of the sewage our team was able to save the lovely lady homeowner thousands of dollars.
While this is a huge success, we genuinely hope that this doesn't happen again to any family in West Virginia. It's pretty crappy.
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