Sewage And Drain A backed up drain, or failed sewer line can destroy your property if not handled correctly. Unpleasant conditions can quickly infiltrate your surroundings, leaving occupants at risk to serious health hazards.Bio-hazardous materials present in a sewer or drain line back up require expert knowledge to properly address. From dealing with DAMAGE with clogged drains to public sewer line failures to septic tank back-ups, Kelley Klean has the expertise to handle it all. Contact Kelley Klean for all your sewage and drain needs.Kelley Klean is a full-service restoration company servicing the Columbia, Jefferson City, and Central Missouri areas. We are proud to be the contractor of choice in the Mid-Missouri area. When you call Kelley Klean, you are pulling from 30 years of cleaning and restoration experience. Established in 1986, Kelley Klean has nearly 30 years’ experience handling multiple sewer and drain line issues for hundreds of different client types.If you are interested in learning more about how Kelley Klean can address a sewer line back up or slow drain situation at your property, give us a call at 573-214-0990.Sewage or Drain Problem on your Property?The most common symptoms of a failed sewer or drain line are as follows. If you are experiencing this on your property, you need to call a professional right away.Slow DrainageOverflowing ToiletsSewer water present in the adjacent sinksStrong smell omitting from toiletsCollection of water near the sewage lineWater Damage signs near the property’s foundationHow Does a Sewer line back up?There are multiple reasons why a sewer line can back up. However, over the course of our experience, these are the most common occurrences.Flushing large items: Large items as disposable diapers, hygiene products, large volumes of toilet paper and other large objects can do serious damage to your septic tank, public sewer line or drain lines on your property. We recommend that occupants flush only toilet paper to ensure proper care of your sewage and drain lines.Hair Accumulation: Hair can easily accumulate in any sized drain. Typically it does not create a larger issue than what drain cleaner and other DIY methods can handle. If those techniques do not work, it may be time to call a professional.Public Sewer back up: Public sewer lines can at times overflow if they experience a large amount of rainfall or heavy usage beyond their design specifications. At times, these city systems can become overwhelmed and unfortunately back up on your own property. As unsanitary and hazardous as this situation can be, Kelly Klean is an experienced professional; equipped with the knowledge tools and skill set to quickly and accurately remediate any sewage backups resulting from a public sewer line failure.Tree Root Expansion: Many times we see that tree roots can interrupt the path of the sewage line, causing damage such as cracks, breaks, and sewer line failures. If the damage is significant enough, solids can leak out of the cracks and start to pool around your property. Not only does this create a foul environment, but can expose your occupants to unnecessary and dangerous types of bacteria, viruses, and microbes.Sewer Line Corrosion: Routine maintenance on your plumbing system is essential in protecting your sewer lines from failure. Over time and depending on the material of your pipes, they can become brittle, can rust, or can corrode. When failures occur, it can cause septic substances to pool and accumulate in the surrounding area of the crack or corrosion.When this occurs, standing water can form, which becomes a breeding ground for hazardous bacteria. Sewage water is the most dangerous, and if not treated effectively, can create the ideal environment for even more hazardous conditions such as black mold.Sewage & Drain Line Issue? Call Kelley Klean TodayEstablished in 1986, we understand the urgency in restoring the DAMAGE from your sewer or drain issue. Also, we can restore flood damage, water damages, and other damage. We will arrive onsite quickly to provide a competitive quote and start the mitigation process in a timely manner. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to assist you during emergencies. In addition, we are certified by the IICRC in order to ensure safe and effective techniques are applied to your property.The contractor of choice in Mid-Missouri, we service the Columbia, Jefferson City, and Central Missouri areas. If you would like to reach us directly, our office staff is on-hand to answer any questions or to provide you a quick and accurate estimate.To learn more about how we can restore your property after a sewer or drain line failure, give us a call at 573-214-0990.