by Carolanne Strong
(last updated May 29, 2017)
Sewage back up happens when there is a break or clog in the septic or sewer system. Sewage water usually backs up in the lowest drain points in the home, and is not limited to toilets; tubs and sinks can back up too. This kind of reversal is every home dweller's nightmare. Not only is it soggy and smelly, but it is highly unsanitary. If you have this situation in your home, act quickly to contain the damage and clean up the area.
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