Water and Flood Damage
Carpet is an area of the home that can be at high risk for mold growth. More often the not, the weather has something to do about it. Most home and business owners decide to throw out the rugs and carpeting once they get wet. That is not the greatest option because we have ways and technique to save your valuable carpets when it comes to this kind of dilemma.
There are three categories that experts consider on how severe the damage is. Flood control system used in your locality can also determine the severity of the damages. Having the knowledge on how water is handled will give us an idea how we can deal with it in a specific area or place.
The flood will always be unsanitary and can in some cases show dark colored water. These are few of the information we need to be able to determine the best option and process to help you with your water damage troubles. Carpet padding will need to be discarded and replaced even if the flooding is minimal. This cushion can be the breeding ground of the molds that is why they should be thrown out and replaced. In dealing with unsanitary flooding, discard and replace the carpet immediately. Sewage or septic contamination always results to unsanitary floods that can occur anytime in your home. Blackwater sources are sewage, seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water or standing water which are unsanitary and must be treated. Before installing the new carpet, you should make sure that the floor surface is free from any residue that could damage the new carpet. With this details provided, it is simple to establish what kind of support you will need.