Avon, CO Sewage Cleanup

Disaster Restoration Services Sewage Cleanup

Over 30 Years of Combined Industry Experience

Sewage Cleanup in the Vail Valley

Disaster Restoration Services will be on our way in an hour or less to respond to your sewage emergency in the Vail Valley. Call us right away to begin the cleanup process. Whether your sewer backed up in the basement, your toilet overflowed or your septic system failed, we're the next call after the plumber. 

  • 24/7 Fast Response
  • IICRC-Certified Technicians Recommended by Local Plumbers
  • Free Consultations
  • Insurance Claims Assistance
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24/7 Response

Within an hour of calling, our team responds and gets to work.

Disaster Restoration Services Floor Plans


We stop the damage with industry leading tools and experience.

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Our licensed technicians and builders will restore your property to pre-loss conditions.

How It Works

  • Consultation/Inspection

    Our sewage damage technician will determine the scope of the damage and outline a plan to thoroughly clean up the sewage and restore any damaged structures.

  • Microbial Cleaning - The Safe Way

    Because sewage contains dangerous microbes is considered biohazardous materials, our technicians thoroughly and carefully clean away any traces of the mess while wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 

  • Structural Cleaning

    Depending on the type of material (wood, tile, etc.), some demolition may be required in order to fully remove all of the sewage. We remove any affected structures, fully clean everything that remains, and replace anything that couldn't be salvaged.

  • Odor Removal

    Even after every particle of sewage is cleaned up and removed, sometimes traces of that noxious odor still linger on the air. Our sewage cleanup services includes deodorization so your property is left smelling fresh and clean.

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Symptoms of a Sewer or Drain Line Issue

Handling a backed-up drain line, overflowed toilet, or septic system failure before you have extensive sewage damage is not an easy feat. That's why it's important to identify the symptoms of a potential failure early. 

  • Gurgling Sound Within the Drain Line
  • Pipes Slow to Drain
  • Sewage Smell and Odor
  • Water Pooling Around Sewer Lines

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