Here at Elysha’s Cleaning, we grasp the idea of how destructive water and sewage can be to your home or business. That’s why we’re on the ball when it comes to water and sewage restoration!

Frozen Pipes, Sump Pump Failures, Sewage Backups…

If you have a water leak whether it’s minor or significant, it’s crucial to locate the source of it and then contain it. Common sources of water and sewage destruction include frozen pipes, sump pump failuressewage backupsroof leaks and rivers flooding.

Don’t delay in calling us after you’ve discovered the water or sewage damage. It doesn’t matter how much damage there is, the clock is ticking which can result in more expensive repairs. If you wait, the water can cause secondary damage by soaking into sub-floors and wicking up the walls that might not be covered by insurance due to neglect from the homeowner. Only a true professional cleaner has the tools and knowledge to detect and dry these areas.

When you work with Elysha’s Cleaning for your water and sewage restoration, you can expect the best results. Our technicians can clean and have your home or business comfortable once again. We are professionally trained and have the right equipment for the job, to learn more contact us today!

Three types of contaminated water

Clean water is just as it sounds; it’s clean, it doesn’t possess a considerable risk to anyone’s health. A broken water supply line, tub or sink overflow or an appliance malfunction that involves a water supply line will cause a clean water leak.
Grey water can cause illness as it can be contaminated toilets overflowing or sub pump failures. If the water isn’t removed within 48 to 72 hours, it’s then considered black water.
Black water is the most severe of the three; it can cause extreme illness. It can be caused by sewage leaks, ground surface water or standing water.
While you’re waiting for our restoration team to come and clean up your water or sewage damage here’s some does and don’ts.


  • Contact your insurance company
  • Ventilate the wet areas
  • If it’s clean water remove the standing water
  • Remove damaged carpets
  • If it’s sewage damage keep your pets and children away from the area
  • Wash your hands after touching the water or contaminated items


  • Turn on televisions, vacuums, or other devices while on wet carpets or floors
  • Use heat to try to dry the area; it can cause mildew
  • Use your household vacuum to try and clean up water