Texans are no strangers to heavy storms that result in extensive damages. This year however has been one for the record books. Mother Nature has put a bullseye on the state of Texas and damages are widespread. Read Full Post

Storm and Flood Cleanup TXTexans are no strangers to heavy storms that result in extensive damages. This year however has been one for the record books. Mother Nature has put a bullseye on the state of Texas and damages are widespread. Besides the usual wind and hail damages to homes and other structures this year has been inundated with Massive Flooding. Countless TX area residents require the services of a Professional Storm Water Removal Company that cares. Professionals at Crime Scene Cleanup are specially equipped to clean up the bi-products of nature’s fury. Our Flood Remediation Cleaners are the best in the business.

Storm Water Removal Company TX

Storm Water is quite often riddled with numerous hazardous materials including Biologically Hazardous, also called Biohazard Materials. An experienced Storm Water Removal Company comes prepared to face whatever dangers lurk in the murky waters. Crime Scene Cleanup technicians are armed with industrial strength cleaners and the latest technologically advanced equipment as well as good old common sense.

When the experts at Crime Scene Cleanup have finished the flood water cleanup process you can be confident that the area has been restored to habitable condition. All floodwater contaminated items will be dried, sanitized or disposed of according to federal safety regulations.

Gray Water VS Black Water VS Flood Water

Gray Water is considered water that contains a significant amount of chemicals or biological contaminants that can cause illness or disease in humans. Most household wastewater that does not contain feces is considered gray water. Various types of gray water can contain Bacteria, Fungus, Chemicals and Algae.

Gray Water or Graywater includes water discharged from the following:

  • Water from washing machines or dishwashers
  • Water from showers or baths
  • Sump pump failures

Black Water or Blackwater includes:

  • Overflow from toilets
  • Gray water left untreated for 48 hours or more
  • Sewage

Texas Flood Water, Floodwater or Storm Water may contain the following:

  • Gray water
  • Black water
  • Sewage
  • Electrical hazards
  • Sharp objects
  • Farming chemicals
  • Industrial chemicals
  • Animal feces
  • Snakes
  • Disease causing bacteria
  • Decomposed plant materials

Expert Flood Remediation Cleaners TX

Contact the Expert Storm Water Removal Company at Crime Scene Cleanup for TX storm damage and flooding cleanup services. Our Certified Technicians are Flood Remediation Cleaners with all of the training and equipment necessary for full restoration of flooded households and businesses. We arrived prepared to safely dry out, disinfect and decontaminate environments damaged by flooding.

Count on Crime Scene Cleanup for cleaning up after unprecedented TX Storms. Call Toll Free at 1-844-255-2461 or fill out our Online Form.

 

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