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Sewage Back-Up Cleanup in the San Jose, Silicon Valley, and Bay Areas

Sewage lines are a crucial part of any city or town infrastructure. They help divert water and keep hazardous waste and chemicals away from our homes and offices. But when back-ups occur, those hazards can damage our properties. At Dansel Restoration, we understand the challenges that sewage back-ups pose to both residential and commercial properties. With our years of experience, we are fully equipped to respond 24/7 to any sewage disaster so that your property is clean and healthy once more.

The Dangers of Sewage Back-Up in San Jose

Even if the water itself appears clear, any kind of sewage back-up poses a threat to your health and safety. Sewage water is treated with harsh chemicals, and all kinds of waste can contaminate sewage lines as well. Trying to clean up sewage water damage on your own can lead to severe illness or disease. Instead, trust the professionals at Dansel Restoration to handle the cleanup safely and efficiently.

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What Causes Sewage Back-Ups?

Whenever water cannot freely flow through your sewage lines, a back-up is inevitable. There are many different reasons a back-up can occur, and each requires a specific solution to solve the problem.

Block or Clogs

In the same way drain pipes in your shower and sink can become clogged with debris, so too can sewer lines. When waste and debris build up in your sewage system, they prevent the accurate flow of water. Once one piece of debris is stuck in your pipeline, others can build up on it over time. This will eventually lead to a full stop of water flow and a disastrous back-up in your home. Routinely having your sewer lines inspected and cleaned can catch these build-ups before they become back-ups.

Tree Roots

While sewer line pipes are strong, tree roots tend to be stronger. As trees continue to grow, their roots could potentially pierce through a sewer line. Not only does this create a leak that could lead to a sinkhole, but it also blocks the water flow. Planting new trees and shrubs away from main sewage lines can prevent this disastrous situation.

Pipeline Damage

The older your sewage system is, the more likely it is to suffer damage. When pipelines crack, they can’t effectively redirect water flow. This often leads to a sinkhole on your property and potential sewage back-ups in your home or office closest to where the damage is.

The Sewage Back-Up Cleanup Process

At Dansel Restoration, we understand how important it is for you to have a safe and comfortable living environment. That’s why we devote every resource available to provide quick and effective residential water damage cleanup and restoration services. We use a six-step process that helps ensure we fully clean and restore any water damage in your home.

Water Extraction

To begin, our technicians will extract any standing water on your property using portable extraction machines and a suction truck mount. During this time, we’ll quarantine the area and take every safety precaution to ensure no contact with the hazardous waste occurs. Ensuring the water is fully extracted provides a safe and clean working area for restoration.


Inspecting the property fully is crucial to ensuring we perform an accurate job. Water damage can often hide in hard-to-see places, and if we don’t clean up all of it, it will only spread and cause more harm. Our full-scale inspection process allows us to identify every possible damage to your property so we can swiftly and efficiently restore it.

Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Deodorizing

Because sewage water is so hazardous, we spend extra time cleaning, disinfecting, and deodorizing your property. We use industry-strength cleaning and disinfecting solutions to remove all traces of hazardous chemicals and waste from your home or office. During this time, our technicians are equipped with high-end safety protection measures to ensure their health and well-being.


Sewage back-ups can create a lot of structural damage to your property. We’ll perform any necessary restoration work to ensure your home or office is structurally sound and ready to use once more.

Junk Removal

As part of our sewage back-up cleanup services, we make sure your property is put properly back together when we leave. This includes removing all unsalvageable items, trash, and equipment from the scene.

Why Choose Dansel Restoration for Sewage Back-Up Cleanup?

Cleaning up a sewage back-up requires years of experience and specialized training. Because sewage water is so hazardous, extra steps and precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of every technician and the efficient sanitization of every location. At Dansel Restoration, you can trust that our technicians are the right crew for the job.

IICRC Certification

Every technician is IICRC certified, meaning they’ve gone through all the necessary training to ensure they can provide a safe and effective sewage back-up cleanup service.

24/7 Response

Sewage back-ups don’t always wait until it’s convenient to strike. That’s why Dansel Restoration is available 24/7 to jump into action and start the sewage back-up cleanup process right away.

Additional Services

Sewage water damage can carry plenty of other issues with it, such as mold and structural damage. At Dansel Restoration, we can provide all the services needed to handle a sewage back-up restoration job, such as mold remediation and board-up services.

Need Sewage Back-Up Cleanup in the San Jose, Silicon Valley, and Bay Areas?

If your home or office has recently suffered a sewage back-up, contact Dansel Restoration today at (408) 564-0152. Trying to clean up sewage back-up on your own can lead to illness and injury. Our phone lines are open 24/7 to respond to any emergency sewage back-up situation. We’ll respond promptly and efficiently to begin extracting the water and getting your property back to pre-loss condition.