PALM BEACH RUG WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION
Area Rug Water Damage Restoration In Palm Beach, Jupiter, Tequesta
To understand why water can be so harmful, it's important to know that there are many different levels of water pollution. Water that's safe for showering might not be safe for drinking: water found in toilets or adjacent pipes might not even be safe for contact with humans. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to tell clean water from a bacteria-infested one – oftentimes, there will be a distinct lack of noticeable differences between the two.
Why is this important? Well, your carpet becoming exposed to water can lead to a lot more than just fabric-related issues – the bacteria found in unclean water can lead to health problems in very little time, and in the case of a drenched carpet that was dried out afterwards, you'll struggle to figure out the culprit even after feeling ill for some time. Therefore, if your carpet was affected by water from a burst pipe or a similar water source, it's not enough to simply dry it out – you should call us right away and not give room for work to any bacteria that might be present.
But let's get back to the fabric itself: everyone who has seen fabric that was soaked for too long or improperly dried knows what moisture can do to fibers. No matter the materials your carpet is made of, prolonged exposure to water or drying in the wrong environment will make the fabric rough and cause it to shrink – this is especially noticeable in the cases of area rugs which will often lose a lot of their size after being exposed to water for too long.
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Area Rug Water Damage Restoration
Likewise, the presence of moisture in an indoors area can quickly lead to mold that's notoriously difficult to get rid of – the stench alone is worth giving us a call, to speak nothing of the potential allergies and respiratory difficulties that this fungus can cause. Much of our water damage restoration procedure revolves around reversing the process: more of the same poison frequently makes for the best antidote, so we'll be sure to apply copious amounts of water while restoring your carpet or rug. Of course, the water we use will be clean, warm and mixed with a gentle-yet-powerful cleaning solution meant to eradicate any pollution inside the carpet.
Past the cleaning itself, we'll also deal with the 'after-effects' of water damage by restoring the fabric's softness and texture, bringing the carpet back to its original size and fixing any dye bleeding or fading through careful recoloring. No matter how your carpet or rug became damaged by moisture and the state of the water in question, we'll do our best to turn back the clock and return floor covering that looks and feels as if it didn't just go through a lengthy restoration process.