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Sewage damage is most unwelcome, and can even be catastrophic to your home or business, but with the prompt, high-tech clean-up and restoration by the sewage damage clean-up  IICRC Certified specialists from Flood Co LLC, you can salvage not only your property, but also save your health.  The toxic nature of what can happen if sewage damage is not properly cleaned up can affect your health in any number of ways.

Our local IICRC specialists understand and train continually in new techniques and equipment available to better assess the sewage damage, promptly formulate a plan to begin the clean-up and restoration process, and then implement your plan.  You, our valued customer, can then breathe a little easier, knowing your sewage damage is already being capably reversed.  Toxic dirt, mildew and bacterial or viral germs can be removed from your carpeting and valuables by the use of environmentally appropriate products.  Your home or business will again look and feel fresh and sanitary.

Our sewage damage services will ensure deep cleaning of all your property, whether it is carpet, padding, walls, furniture, cabinets – all will have water extracted, be disinfected and dried, to ensure your area of damage is as fully restored as is possible.  Even upholstered furniture that is not heavily damaged can usually be saved.  You have our firm commitment to provide the most thorough sewage damage restoration that is possible with the latest in techniques, products and equipment.

Contact David Brandt at 406-892-1717 or

Respond Promptly When You See Signs of Moisture And/or Mold, or When Leaks Or Spills Occur


  • Clean and dry any damp or wet building materials and furnishings within 24-48 hours of occurrence to prevent mold growth.
  • Fix the source of the water problem or leak to prevent mold growth.
  • Clean mold off hard surfaces with water and detergent, and dry completely.
  • Absorbent materials such as ceiling tiles, that are moldy, may need to be replaced.
  • Check the mechanical room and roof for unsanitary conditions, leaks, or spills.
  •  Contact David Brandt at 406-892-1717 or