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What To Do After A Sewage Backup In Your Basement

Chad Vanvari
Publication date:
April 17, 2018
Article Summary: 

The article discusses what to do after a sewage backup in your basement. It emphasizes that sewage backups are highly toxic and dangerous to your health and should be treated immediately by trained professionals. The article provides a list of steps that should be taken, including wearing protective clothing, turning off gas or other fuel lines, turning off electricity, taking pictures of the damaged area, not running any water appliances, circulating clean air into the area, and contacting sewage backup cleaning professionals. The article concludes by highlighting that illnesses from sewage backups may include E.coli, hepatitis, leptospirosis, salmonella, helicobacter pylori, acanthamoeba, and more, and that Flood Services Canada can help with immediate sewage backup cleaning services in Scarborough.


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Chad Vanvari
What To Do After A Sewage Backup In Your Basement
April 17, 2018
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