One of the biggest dangers to your home and family following a flood is often left unseen. Mold can take hold quickly and require professional services to fully and safely remove it from your home.
It may start as an odor—maybe a stain that you hadn’t noticed before. Before long, you realize that there is definitely a moisture problem causing issues in your home!
Your home has a lot of pipes. Even if you're not seeing standing water, these five signs might point to hidden problems.
If a pipe has burst in your home, the first thing you will want to do is shut off your water valve so water does not continue to leak into your home. After the water is shut off, you will need to call in a plumber to repair the pipe. Once this is done, the clean-up process can begin. It is important to properly remove water from your home after a burst pipe to ensure mold does not develop. Here at CCS Cleaning & Restoration, we specialize in water clean-up and mold remediation. Here are the steps we follow to clean up your home after a pipe has burst.
Following a flood in your home, some items can be salvaged, and some have to be removed for good. One of the items that can sometimes be salvaged is the carpeting in your home. However, this is on a case-by-case basis. If your home has flooded and you have carpeting, you may wonder how Carriage Cleaning Services determines which carpets can stay and which need to be tossed. Here are a few of the factors.
Heavy rainfall, burst pipes, melting snow, and more can all have the possibility of causing your home or business to flood. Even a small amount of water has the potential to cause more damage than you think. Once you see standing water, do not hesitate to call your flood repair expert immediately and then take the following steps in order to ensure a safe recovery from the damage to your home or business.