Water Damage Restoration
Have you experienced a burst pipe or leaking appliance? Your first call should be to your plumber for emergency service. If you have suffered water damage, your second call should be to Kentuckiana Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning LLC for dry out services and restoration of damaged property. The trusted local carpet cleaners at Kentuckiana Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning LLC are well versed in following safe and immediate dry out services when water enters a home. Our tried and true methods will quickly remove water and moisture, so that you can begin the process of restoring your building to its original condition.
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Remove Water to Stop Mold Growth
Dry out for Carpets and Rugs - Our commercial grade water extraction equipment will remove up to 95% of the water in carpets and rugs, cleaning them in the process. Kentuckiana Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning LLC will remove water and moisture and treat carpets and rugs with a disinfectant to kill any fungi or bacteria that may be present.
Deodorizing - Carpets and rugs that have been wet for more than a few hours will begin to smell. Bacteria in the carpet can multiple rapidly and produce odors. Kentuckiana Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning LLC will apply a deodorizing agent that will destroy odor causing bacteria, neutralize any pet odors, and leave the carpet smelling pleasantly fresh.
All Moisture Removed - Once standing water has been removed a room or basement will still be damp. We employ large fans that can quickly draw remaining moisture from carpet and tile floors, speeding time to total dryness.
When you have experienced damage from water breaching your home, the result is often devastating. You need results and you need them fast. Kentuckiana Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning LLC has provided stellar carpet extraction services in the area for over 19 years, and we can help you too. We specialize in complete water and moisture removal following a water intrusion.
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