When water damage strikes your home or business call the water damage specialists at Dr. Clean Carpet Cleaning & Restoration. Rain or shine, day or night we are ready to tackle even the worst of floods.
We work with Insurance agencies and adjusters. We will help you with your claim so you can get the proper reimbursement. Call us today to learn more. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
It’s no secret that a house’s worst nightmare can be from water. Water damages from broken pipes, malfunctioning washing machines, backed up sewage and storm damage to name a few, can all contribute to heartache and costly repairs. With our I.I.C.R.C. certified team leader, who personally see’s over all water damages, you can rest assured your home or office is in great hands. Remember, even the smallest of floods or water damages can lead to dangerous mold, fungi and other bacteria microbes. The longer you wait, the greater the amount of damage, and the longer it will take to get your life running smoothly again.
Each project is fully documented, photographed and recorded for the submission of insurance claims and reimbursement. Our company has had previous experience with most insurance companies and will provide detailed information regarding your loss. We realize this is a traumatic experience for most customers and our trained professionals will fully explain each and every process before the work begins.
Our 24/7 Emergency Team is Standing By for Residential, Commercial, Hotels & Industrial Water Damage. Our team of Water Restoration in Waxahachie can handle bathroom toilet overflows, washing machine overflows, busted pipes, ice machine breaks and any other natural water leaks. Our company can handle big or small water restoration projects.
Whether it’s one room or a flooded warehouse, we have the ability to handle your needs with a single phone call to DR. CLEAN!
What You Should Do During An Emergency Situation Before Your Professionals Arrive!
- Do not attempt to vacuum the water up with any appliances requiring an electrical source. It could be dangerous.
- Remove personal property from the floor that has been affected with the water. Check closets and under beds.
- Remove antiques or other valuable items from the water to reduce swelling and staining of the furniture on your carpet