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1. Essence of Quick Carpet Drying
February 21, 2017

If you have recently experienced water damage at your home or business and your carpet is wet, quickly cleaning and drying the carpet is essential if you want to have any hope of preserving the carpet. In most cases, carpet cannot be salvaged if it has experienced any kind of significant flooding unless you act quickly–and if it is flooded by anything other than a burst water pipe, it can never be salvaged. There are several methods used to improve drying time, but at the end of the day, carpet drying is all a matter of physics. Water can only evaporate if humidity levels are low, so it i... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

2. It Can Be Done, Carpet Cleaning Your Best Reducing If Not Eliminate Browning Thereafter
February 25, 2016

Browning can be caused by many factors. Sometimes it can be removed; sometimes not. Learn the proper way of dealing with this concern to succeed very well. Browning is the oxidation of a sugar called lignin. This dissolves in water or cleaning solutions and wicks to the surface during drying. Alkalinity will greatly accelerate cellulosic browning. Over-wetting, slow drying and the age of the fabric also increase the likelihood and severity of browning Clean and Not Damage Be aware of the fiber(s) you are dealing with. Jute backed carpets make up only a small percentage of t... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

3. Good Vibes in Carpet Cleaning Fast Without Wicking Effect
February 23, 2016

Wicking is a result of capillary action as moisture moves up the fiber during the drying process. There are variables in the absorbency of different types of fiber and that affects the rate of wicking. However wicking can occur with all types of carpet fiber. As carpet cleaners we're called upon to clean carpet fiber – the fuzzy stuff up top. But we also need to consider what lies underneath the fuzzy stuff. If the spill has already dried when you get to it, thoroughly vacuum to pull up as much dry material as possible. Then precondition, allowing a proper dwell time for your cleaning sol... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

4. Working Out the Carpet Cleaning of Oil Stains
July 06, 2015

Getting rid of oily stains is a serious matter. These are the most stubborn enemy you will find in your fight against carpet cleaning. The problem is that regular cleaning detergents can’t remove them. However, a de-greaser product can be used here, but you must make sure that your carpet is color fast and is in some dark color. After the treatment, you can clear it with warm water and leave it for drying. Yes, everybody wants to look their best in every aspect possible, but it is best if you don’t throw away your grease stained goods, as grease stains can be lifted out very quickly if yo... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

5. Good Shortcut to Achieve Successful Flood Restoration
May 05, 2015

Water damage, when it happens, can be both fast and dramatic. One minute your home is fine – and in the next you have a tremendous water problem. During a flood, quick action is important. An emergency operations center should be set up to coordinate activities. Without question, the most important step a homeowner needs to take when faced with flood or other water damage is to waste no time in drying the area out. As has already been mentioned, the old standby of setting up all of your house fans to dry out a flooded basement or structure really isn't very effective in the long run. It m... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

6. Do Not Underestimate Molds During Remediation and Flood Restoration
April 24, 2015

The sooner you can dry out your home after a flood the better. This way you can minimize any mold problems and perhaps even prevent mold growing at all. Mold can start to grow after just a day or two so it's important to act as quickly as possible if your home has been flooded. Make sure you only enter your home once it's safe though. Flood water can remain in the ground around your house and affect the foundation. Water which seeps up through the foundation can end up in the walls and the floorboards and lead to hidden mold. Perhaps mold has already started to grow in your home. In ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

7. Being Alert in Flood Restoration of Molds to Save and to Be Safe
June 13, 2014

After a flood, many people become convinced that testing is the best way to find out if you have a mold problem. That isn't necessarily true.The growth of mold can occur whenever susceptible building materials are wet for long enough to allow the spores to germinate and multiply. Given a source of moisture, mold can grow just about anywhere. Moisture control and air filtration are necessary to control mold growth. Where a water episode is reported early, an immediate response and professional water restoration practices can prevent or limit mould growth and allow most of the finishe... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

8. Right Skills for Flood Restoration and Cleaning Up Molds
April 07, 2014

If flood or storm water has entered your home, dry it out as soon as possible. If you’re able to act quickly, you can minimize the damage and possibly save some of your possessions. Some of your success depends on how long the water’s been around, there might be pieces of furniture that can be saved, and sometimes, even carpet, but any electronics hit by water are probably doomed. Don’t treat flood water in unwanted places lightly: even if your basement only has an inch of water in it, or is even just damp, it is the perfect breeding ground for mold. Mold growth not only ruins walls, furn... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

9. Smarter Way of Keeping Flood Restoration of Wet Items Much Easier
February 21, 2014

flood restoration professional, or dry underneath it yourself to prevent mold growth. Upholstered Furnishings If the water damage is due to a flood, sewage backup, ground water infiltration, or roof leaks, you will need to dispose of the furniture. Otherwise, use a water extraction vacuum to remove the water from your upholstered furniture. Use dehumidifiers, fans, or heaters to dry the upholstery. If it is a warm, sunny day, place the furniture outside to speed the process. If you feel it will not dry completely before 48 hours, consult a water restoration company, and ask for advic... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

10. If Having Trouble with Flood Restoration, Best Way to Face Molds
February 19, 2014

If your house has been in a flood there's a good chance you will end up with a mold problem. However there are steps you can take to try to prevent mold growing in your home after it's been flooded. Removing Mold on Wood talks about how to clean wood that does have mold on it.And although bleach will kill mold at the surface, the slender hyphae of fungus penetrate deep into wood, which bleach cannot reach. “Wood, obviously, is much more difficult to remove, and wood framing is almost impossible,” says Straus. “If framing is dried quickly, mold is not going to grow on it, nothing like the ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

11. How to Keep Safety Simple in Cleaning and Flood Restoration of Basements
November 04, 2013

Cleaning up a flood damaged basement is more difficult than other water damage, therefore, you want to be sure you know what you are doing. Assuming you have already contacted the insurance agency who covers your house, your next step is to "Think Safety." Your basement isn't "finished" without some flood prevention steps, actions to protect your home when flooding does occur and an emergency plan to provide for your family's welfare until you can return to your home. You need layers of protection for the adequate safety of your family and property.The faster the water flood is cleaned up... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

12. Best Way to Assure Flood Restorations Safety
November 02, 2013

Safety is a primary issue, as are mental and physical well-being. If assistance is available, knowing how to access it makes the process faster and less stressful. Before you can even enter your property to assess the damage and begin clean-up and repair, you must take steps to protect workers and volunteers who have come to help. It may sound extreme when we say a flood can destroy your home's foundation but it is actually very common even in moderate floods. It happens when your basement is completely or nearly full of water. When you drain the basement too quickly the pressure outside ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

13. Smart Approach of Removal of Mold Smell as Carpet Cleaning Edge
October 12, 2013

A musty odor signals the presence of excess moisture. Moisture can happen anywhere, whether from a flood, a leak, a spill, humid weather, a wet dog, or not drying thoroughly after cleaning. Usually, musty odors start within the fibers or on the backing of the carpet; the pad and the floor beneath may have musty odors as well. You can't see it – but you will definitely smell it. Having a dirty carpet is bad enough, but if your carpet has fallen victim to water damage and begins to smell musty, it's important to get it cleaned as fast as you can. There are a few options to get rid of the m... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

14. How to Make it Fast in Handling Molds for Quicker Success in Flood Restoration
September 11, 2013

Mold isn't the only threat from flooding. Bacteria may also be a problem if your house was soaked by sewage. Bacteria can cause dangerous gastrointestinal and skin infections. The good news is that the faster you act, the more you may be able to save. Mold spores can germinate and grow in a moist or damp environment, on any surface that contains organic matter. A home that's been flooded can provide ideal conditions for the growth and proliferation of mold. There are many types of molds, and they are present throughout the environment, indoors and out. Tiny mold particles are always ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

15. Best Factors for Priority to Come Up With Basement Flood Restoration Success
September 11, 2013

Floods and water damage from major storms can affect your entire home, from the roof, to ceilings and walls to flooring and of course, your basement. Major flood damage is unquestionably one of the most destructive events your home can experience and also one of the most emotionally stressful events you may endure. Basement flooding can occur due to extreme weather, burst pipes, or backed-up drains. It's impossible to predict or prevent entirely, but what you can do is learn from the experience so you'll have less damage to deal with the next time around. Carrying out a professional ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

16. How to Level Up Flood Restoration of Damaged Carpet
August 30, 2013

Rain water that has flooded the carpet usually isn't a health risk, as long as carpets are properly cleaned and dried before any mold or mildew has a chance to form. Establishing the source of the leak or flood causing the water damage is very important, as it will determine whether you should attempt water damage restoration of your carpet or whether your treasured heirloom has, sadly, become an unsalvageable health hazard. The first way the situation can be handled is by cleaning the flooded carpet yourself. Wet carpet cleaning is a very large task to tackle, but it can be done without... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

17. Correct Manner of Handling Molds for a Safe Flood Restoration
August 29, 2013

When returning to a home that has been flooded, be aware that mold may be present and may be a health risk for your family.Know how to deal safely with mold. Obtain educational materials on mold control and clean up before any cleanup to avoid recurring mold growth and potential health related problems from mold cleanup. If there is mold growth in your home, you should clean up the mold and fix any water problem, such as leaks in roofs, walls, or plumbing. Controlling moisture in your home is the most critical factor for preventing mold growth. If you plan to be inside the building for a ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

18. Decision Best on What to Discard and Keep During Flood Restoration for Safety Consideration
May 25, 2013

After a flood, your first concern should be the safety of you and your family above all possessions that went through some sort of flood damage. Follow these directions to ensure that all items are carefully evaluated, cleaned, or discarded according to safe practices. You certainly don't want to throw out something valuable only to discover later that it may have been saved. Here are a few pointers on what may or may not be able to withstand water and flood damage. Keep in mind that this applies only to clean water situations; anything contaminated by sewage or chemicals should be thrown... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

19. Flood Restoration Best in Ensuring Success to Dry Up Wet Dry Wall Efficiently
May 15, 2013

Drywall is vulnerable to water damage. Your home's drywall can get wet in a variety of ways. Often times pipes that run behind them can burst or spring a leak. Water damaged drywall can be a very serious problem. Not only that it will make the drywall look ugly, but it can also weaken it and develop molds, which can cause serious health problems. There is one rule of thumb that you need to keep in mind when it comes to wet drywall. There is a point of no return. If, after your drywall has dried, it continues to sag or warp, then you will need to replace that drywall. In essence, the struc... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

20. Understanding Resoiling Issue Doing Best Carpet Cleaning to Overcome it
May 07, 2013

Recurring soil after cleaning- Often as cleaning takes place, the cleaning results appear to be satisfactory. However, following drying, soil seems to reappear. Often this can be attributed to dry soil that has been carried to the surface by the water during evaporation. As drying occurs, this soil "wicks" back to the surface with the evaporation process. Repeated cleanings will reveal the same result. Resoiling following cleaning- Resoiling is different from recurring soil in that resoiling takes places over a number of days or weeks following cleaning rather than immediately following d... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

21. Great List of Tips Helpful to Reduce Post Flood Stress Through Best Chosen Flood Restoration Auckla
May 06, 2013

Cleaning and repairing are two necessary procedures you should consider when you want to get rid of mold after flooding. Mold growth is always a problem after flood may have struck your place.Basically, what you need to do is control the moisture that may have interfered with your homes. Mold removal may be done in areas where water damages are apparent. Mold cleaning may also be necessary. Steps in getting rid of household mold after a flood You may want to seek help from a licensed and trained flood restoration company who can perform techniques on how to get rid of mold. But ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

22. Safest Cleaning and Flood Restoration Ideas Helpful for Post Disaster
May 06, 2013

Flood waters and standing waters pose various risks, including infectious diseases, chemical hazards, and injuries. When returning to your home after a flooding emergency, be aware that flood water may contain sewage. The dirty water, mud and silt that floods bring into our homes, backyards, streets, parks and local playgrounds can cause a range of conditions, including diarrhoeal disease and skin and soft-tissue infections. Mould will also be an issue for many people after the recent rains, even those who have not been affected by floodwaters.Mold spores can germinate and grow in a ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

23. On the Safe Mode on Post Disaster Cleaning and Flood Restoration
May 03, 2013

In situations of extensive flood damage or if floodwaters show evidence of being heavily contaminated by sewage, it may be necessary to do a more extensive cleanup in the home (carpets, crawl spaces, heating ducts). If you have extensive water damage or if wide spread mould problem develops professional assistance should be obtained. and proper disposal of human waste and garbage has been arranged. When you arrive home, no part of a flooded installation can be assumed safe, not even the main breaker for the power supply. Before electrical equipment is tested or worked on, all power s... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

24. How to Rush the Drying to Succeed Flood Restoration
April 21, 2013

Carpets are not intended to be, or to remain wet and most homeowners confronted with a sopping wet carpet such as from a flood will be looking for carpet drying information, quickly. Most carpets are composed of a fibrous material (the carpet) and an under pad that is designed to give the carpet its springy comfortable feel. While the carpet itself might be easy to dry (or not) the under pad must also be dried thoroughly in order to avoid damage, mold and mildew in a carpet suddenly soaked in water. Assuming that the homeowner has located the source of the water, and shut it off, the... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

25. Detailed Guide in Doing the Right Flood Restoration if Concrete Floors are Affected
April 10, 2013

The porous nature of concrete floors allows for the absorption of materials into the floor. This makes it particularly tricky to clean concrete floors after a flood. Water causes stains and the formation of mold and mildew which results in dank, musky odor. Concrete is often challenging to dry because it has unique properties in flood conditions. Flood situations are never something to mess around with. They often require professional restoration services. The biggest concern is drying everything as quickly as possible to restore the property to pre flood conditions. Often, once the ... (read more)

Author: Theresa Flores

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