Carpet Water Damage
Carpet water damage can occur when you have a leak that’s spilled onto your carpet, you have an excessive spill that wasn’t tended to appropriately, or your home has recently been flooded. If you were the one that installed carpet in your home, you also know that it’s not cheap to replace, so refurbishing it after water damages have been done is likely a more suitable and budget-friendly way to ensure that you don’t have to replace your entire carpeted area and only the area that’s been damaged. Restoring your carpet means drying it out as much as possible from moisture, cleaning and drying it accordingly, and ensuring that all the fibres and threads are intact.
Carpet Water Damage Removal
Carpet water damage removal is done by targeting the location of your carpet where the water has built-up and caused discoloration, staining, excessive moisture. Depending on the extent of damage, your carpet can likely be restored after exposure to water. However, if your carpet has been left too long after being exposed to water, our carpet cleaning experts Will recommend replacing the carpet rather than restoring it. If water has only affected part of your carpet, then it is obviously much cheaper to restore smaller portions of your carpet rather than the entire space.
Carpet Water Damage Cleaning
Carpet water damage cleaning is available to help prolong the integrity of your carpet without having to replace it after it has been damaged from excessive water exposure. Water can be very dangerous to carpet because of the synthetic fibres that trap in the moisture and can eventually cause mould or mildew. Both mould and mildew are extremely harmful when left untreated and can then lead to health problems and other damages within the home. In order to remove the threat of mould or mildew we must clean the carpet thoroughly by drying it out of the existing water, shampooing it, and later providing appropriate drying measures.
Mould and Mildew Removal
Mould and mildew removal, as mentioned before, is done by removing all of the moisture from your carpet and shampooing it to disinfect it of any potential allergens. Once this has been completed, your carpet is then left to dry and checked for any remaining water damages and stains that mould and mildew have left behind. For extensive cases, we will encourage clients to consider replacing their carpet if it is more cost efficient to do so.
Restoring Your Carpet
Carpet restoration is much more than simply cleaning your carpet and brightening it. Carpet restoration also includes repairing any damages in the carpet such as rips, snags, or tears. If part of your carpet is significantly damaged, we can also repair and replace it by removing the damaged piece, cutting out from the rest of the carpet, and later replacing it with a new piece of carpet that is then blended in with the surrounding carpet. You will hardly notice a difference in your carpet will look much fresher and newer!