Water damage from a leak, storm, or flood can cause costly damage to your house. To limit the damage, it’s important to hire professionals to assess and repair the wreckage as soon as possible. Call AllPhase Restoration to have our certified technicians dry, clean, and restore your property in Reynoldsburg, OH. We work with all insurance companies and provide help with filing claims.
Why call us when a natural disaster wrecks your house or building? Read our testimonials to find out!
We proudly provide the following restoration services to the Reynoldsburg area:
- Wet drywall repair
- Carpet drying & cleaning
- Sewage cleanup services
- Virus disinfection
- Mold removal & remediation
- Burst pipe repair
- Flooded basement cleanup
- Water & flood damage restoration
How Professionals Clean Smoke From Curtains, Upholstery
When smoke damages your curtains, furniture, and upholstered items, it’s important to have professionals clean them to ensure all smoke particles are removed. Experts use specialized tools to effectively clean the furniture and materials. Trying to clean the areas yourself -- and using a regular vacuum -- can actually cause more damage as it can push the smoke and soot even deeper into items.
Why You Need Experts To Clean Up Flood Damage
Are flood waters soaking your basement? You need professional help to clean the area. This water can quickly lead to extreme damage that can cause mold to grow if it’s not treated properly. Experts can help prevent mold and mildew, and also keep wood from warping, paper-based materials from being destroyed, and carpet from getting ruined from the water. Homeowners don’t have the specialized equipment experts have to correctly clean the area.
Contact Us to learn why we’re the one-stop-shop you need to clean and restore your property after water, flood, and fire damage.
Types of Air Movement Equipment Experts Use To Clean Water Damage
When water damage occurs, it’s important to properly dry the affected area. Professionals use special air moving equipment to aid in the drying process. Air movers and fans help the water evaporate by blowing the air. Technicians also use dehumidifiers to remove the moisture from the air.
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