How to Dry Carpet after a Flood

August 5, 2019

 

 

It is a fact that natural disaster such as floods are unpredictable and every homeowner should take essential safety measures to avoid any damages to their homes. A flood can prove to be very destructive if the floors of your home are carpeted. The first thing you should do is to dry out the carpets immediately because mold can grow easily on wet carpets. If the sewage water is the cause of flooding then throwing out the carpets is the best option to avoid any health issues, but if it is caused by clean water then call the professionals like Albany, NY home inspections to save your carpets.


Drying out the carpets is not an easy process and it involves several hours. To avoid throwing out your valuable carpets and other equipment, call the experts. The trained professionals at the Albany, NY home inspection can help you in drying out the carpets and sanitizing the flooded areas. Once the Albany, NY home inspectors identify the cause of flooding, they will move your furniture and remove the water from your home through a water extractor, or shop vac. The home inspector can also use a carpet-cleaning machine to remove the water from the carpet and underneath the pads. The Albany, NY home inspection experts will not only clean but also sanitize the floors after removing the floodwater to avoid mold or mildew concerns.

 
Whether you are facing the flooding issues in the basement or any other room of your home, the Albany, NY, home inspection experts we will resolve the issue quickly. If you want to save your expensive carpet, it is recommended to dry it out immediately. If you are experiencing any flooding, related issues contact Albany, NY home inspections for carpet cleaning and other home inspection needs.

 

 


The Author Kevin Maxwell is the owner and operator of Maxwell Home Inspection Services, LLC. Kevin Maxwell is a certified Home Inspector located in Albany NY that has performed over 6000 Inspections
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