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  • 1. Assessment: Upon arrival at the premises, our team conducts a thorough assessment of the flood-damaged carpet to determine the extent of the damage. This includes evaluating the level of water saturation, identifying any mold or mildew growth, and assessing the condition of the carpet fibers and underlying padding.

  • 2. Water Extraction: The first step in the restoration process is to remove excess water from the carpet and underlying padding. We utilize powerful extraction equipment to extract water efficiently, minimizing further damage and promoting faster drying.

  • 3. Cleaning and Sanitization: Once the water has been extracted, our team proceeds with cleaning and sanitizing the carpet to eliminate any contaminants and odors left behind by the floodwaters. We use industry-approved cleaning solutions and techniques to ensure thorough cleaning while preserving the integrity of the carpet fibers.

  • 4. Mold and Mildew Treatment: In cases where mold or mildew growth is present, we employ specialized treatments to eradicate fungal growth and prevent further spread. This may involve applying antimicrobial solutions and using advanced drying techniques to inhibit mold growth.

  • 5. Drying and Dehumidification: After cleaning and treatment, we facilitate the drying process using high-powered air movers and dehumidifiers. This helps to expedite the drying of the carpet and prevent moisture-related issues such as mold and mildew growth.

  • 6. Carpet Repair and Restoration: Depending on the extent of the damage, our team may perform necessary repairs to restore the carpet to its pre-flood condition. This may include seam repair, patching damaged areas, or replacing sections of the carpet if deemed necessary.

  • 7. Final Inspection: Once the restoration process is complete, our team conducts a final inspection to ensure that the carpet has been thoroughly cleaned, sanitized, and restored to a safe and habitable condition. We also address any remaining concerns or questions the client may have.

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