Many homeowners are just now drying out from all of the heavy rains that pummeled The Colony a few weeks ago. For quite some time, you could find puddles of water, pretty much anywhere you looked.
As you’re recovering from the deluge of rain, it looks like you won’t have to water your lawns anytime soon. That’s because there’s more rain on the way for The Colony and the rest of the Metroplex.
Before your home gets hit with another downpour, you might want to take a brief inspection of your carpet.
Did you experience any flooding from the previous storms? We’ve heard of individuals in The Colony, and all over the DFW area, trying to save a few dollars by using their shop vac to get the water out of their flooded carpet. While we’re all for saving money, our concern is that you won’t be able to get all of the water out of your carpet.
Water extraction really isn’t one of those do it yourself projects. The problem with a DIY attempt is this: even small amounts of water, left in the carpet, can promote the growth of mold and mildew. And that’s the last thing you want in your home because these can be dangerous. It’s especially harmful for family members suffering with asthma and other upper respiratory challenges!
Water extraction, while it may sound simple, really is best left to the professionals! Shop vacs are great for non-carpeted surfaces, but they’re not sufficient to provide you with a thorough extraction of the water in a flooding situation.
Enter Dr. Clean Carpet! Our I.I.C.R.C. certified team is specifically trained in efficient and thorough water extraction methods. It’s our mission to prevent the growth of mold, fungus or bacteria in your carpet!
Whether you live in The Colony or in one of the neighboring cities, we hope you’ll turn to Dr. Clean Carpet to take care of all your water extraction needs!
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