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How Can I Dry my Cleburne Carpet After a Leak?

8/18/2020 (Permalink)

Wet carpet in your Cleburne home can be a huge problem, call SERVPRO today.

A Wet Carpet in Your Cleburne Home can Invite Bacteria; Call a Professional Team to Help Dry or Dispose of it

It is not uncommon for your flooring to get wet whenever there is a leak in your Cleburne home. It only takes a minute for a pipe to burst or a kitchen sink hose to detach and allow water to drip all over your cabinets, countertops, and eventually the floor. Even if you can repair the issue and control the flow of water fairly quickly, every minute your carpets and rugs remain soaking water poses a risk.

Calling a water restoration company in Cleburne to help extract water and mitigate your loss is a smart move every homeowner should make. Our team is certified in water restoration, and we apply our knowledge to help resolve your issues. We recognize that emergencies happen around the clock, which is why our office is operating 24/7 to respond to your needs. As minor as a leak may seem, if you don't address water remnants living beneath baseboards or within wall cavities, you may find yourself with a bigger problem in your hands once bacteria multiplies and a musty smell permeates your home.

Can I save my carpet and floors after a leak?

Our goal at SERVPRO is to minimize your loss of time and money and salvage as much as possible. Depending on the type of water leaking in your home, we may recover your items. In cases when the sewage water drips into your carpet, we discard it due to health and safety reasons, but when clean water is the culprit, we do our best to extract it and leave your flooring in mint condition. Some considerations and processes we apply at your home can include-

  • Checking for buckling in hardwood floors suffering from excess humidity
  • Checking for delamination in materials such as laminate flooring and vinyl where the layers separate
  • Using injecti-dry technology to dry underneath baseboards and within walls cavities

Water extraction is a successful process when the right tools and techniques are in place. Let our team at SERVPRO of Crowley & South Johnson County be your ally and protect your family. Call us at (817) 297-8588 and let us leave your home, "Like it never even happened."

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