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WATER DAMAGE REPAIR – ACT FAST TO PREVENT MOLD!

Whenever your home takes on water from a leaky roof or a fire, there will most likely be damage that will require quick action to remedy.

It is important that you act quickly to keep the damage from worsening and mold from forming.

It is the one of the most unfortunate situations when wood floor damage, black water mold, and other kinds of damage occur because of water.

You need to act quickly in order to prevent the damage from spreading further than it already has.

Hire A Professional

You may be at a loss when it comes to knowing what to do about fire and water damage. If this is the case, you can seek water damage restoration services to help you with the problems that you are having with water damage fire damage restoration.

In this time of loss, it might be beneficial for you to let a professional take over the duty of repairing the damage associate with the fire and water. The company that you hire will know what to do when it comes to instant response water damage cleanup.

Do Your Own Repairs

There are people who would rather repair the water damage themselves rather than rely on a professional to do the work. Whatever reasons a person chooses this option; it is definitely a viable one. If you choose to do the work yourself, you will need to gauge the extent of the damage and then begin taking the steps necessary to fix the damage. You will need to purchase any new materials and tools that are needed to repair the damage. Keep in mind that these materials could be costly depending on the amount of damage that was received.

As with many choices, there are benefits as well as risks to both options. If you choose a professional to repair the damages, it could be rather costly. Be careful when choosing to do the work yourself, as you might underestimate the amount of work that it takes to extract the water and repair the damages that were received from the fire and water.

No matter which option you choose, there is always an opportunity to go back and fix anything that wasn’t fixed the first time. Keep in mind if this happens, this is the point where repairs can start to become costly.


 

TIPS ON EXTRACTING WATER AFTER A FLOOD

Drying and cleansing your home after a flood or fire (with subsequent water hosing) is no easy task.

You may have to replace ceiling tile, drywall or electrical equipment. You may even have to totally discard soaked furniture.

Furthermore, you must extract all the floodwaters from your home before you can even begin to clean up.

However, this does not only apply to floods. Sometimes leaks from ceilings, as well as broken sewer lines, can cause a major contaminated water spill. What is the best way to go about extracting water so that your home will be dry and ready to clean? Here are a few important tips.

Safety Comes First

First, always wear rubber gloves and shoes. When dealing with soaked and possibly contaminated areas remember that your regular clothes and your skin are not safe. Even regular floodwater has been exposed to sewer and septic systems.

After working, wash your hands carefully. Be careful to walk with caution and avoid tracking water in from flooded parts of your home to other dry areas.

The Best Ways To Extract

Some houses or buildings might have a floor drain plug, which would make extracting water much easier. However, most don’t, therefore other methods are necessary in extracting. When cleaning a flooded area, make use of buckets, pumps, and wet and dry vacuum cleaners to do most of the work.

You may also need a mop or something else to blot areas dry, as you get rid of more and more water. Sandbags are also useful in drying up large spills. After getting rid of the water, it is best to dry the area and any remaining furnishings or items with some kind of heat source or a dehumidifier.

Extracting Water From Carpets

When extracting water from carpets, keep in mind these reminders. If the carpet is thoroughly soaked with sewage water or floodwater, it’s best to let it go. Even when disposing of a carpet that has been exposed to contaminated water, it should be done with caution.

It is possible that if just a few areas of the carpet have been soiled (that could result from a ceiling leak) it can be saved. First, extract the wet surface area so that you can lift up the carpet and remove the wet padding on the bottom. While you can keep the carpet itself, it is a good idea to replace the padding underneath if it is wet.

Finally, you have the choice whether to clean up the water damage yourself or to hire a professional cleaning service. Whatever you decide, go at it with caution. Only hire professional and experienced workers; and if you decide to clean things up on your own, remember to wash up after handling water-damaged items. These tips can help you get things dry and recover from a water disaster.

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