How Can I Fully Dry my Wall to Wall Carpeting?
The Best Way to Save Your Carpets After Water Damage is to Call a Professional Water Restoration Service.
Most of our homes will have a water leak at some point in time. A water heater may break, or the kitchen sink may spring a leak. Regardless of its source, water seeping into your carpet and walls is of concern. The longer that water rests on your belongings, the larger its impact is. Calling a professional service to remove the excess humidity is key to mitigating your loss.
Residents in Lubbock and west Texas needing water cleanup services can call SERVPRO® of Southwest Lubbock for help. We are part of your community and understand the importance of keeping a safe environment for you and your loved ones. Our goal is to arrive at your home as soon as possible and get to work. Prompt attention to your emergency is why we operate around the clock to serve you.
How can I dry carpets and rugs?
At SERVPRO® of Southwest Lubbock, we know that not all surfaces are equal. In rugs and carpets, we consider the weave, color, finish, installation technique, and many other factors that may influence the water extraction process. If we also need to clean them, we test cleaning products in an inconspicuous spot before making a widespread application. Some of the equipment and techniques below can aid in salvaging your carpet.
Air movers and dehumidifiers encourage the drying of the carpet pad.
Wand extractors can meticulously help extraction in edges and corners.
A wet-dry vacuum can soak up the bulk of the water volume.
In this process, some exclusions are significant to note. If your carpeting is wet for more than 72 hours, we may recommend removing it. Extended exposure becomes a breeding environment for mold and bacteria, which could translate into significant issues in the future. You can trust in us as we guide you through the cleanup process.
SERVPRO® of Southwest Lubbock is your ally in times of emergency. Call us at (806) 780-6311 whenever you need us and let us leave your home, "Like it never even happened."