Our Specialists Explain What To Do If Your Carpet In Your Lenoir City Home Is Damaged
Water Removal Experts In Lenoir City Discuss What To Do With Wet Carpets
If excessive moisture ever happens to appear inside your Lenoir City home after a plumbing failure or appliance malfunction, it is wise to call in a professional company such as SERVPRO. If anything located inside the interior of your home gets wet, conducting water removal promptly can help you prevent issues like mold growth. If moisture stays inside your building for too long, the indoor relative humidity levels can rise and make other building materials, not near the source wet. When objects inside your home get wet that did not come into direct contact with liquid H2O; it is considered secondary damage. However, completing water removal quickly after a disaster occurs, can eliminate many of the conditions that can cause secondary issues.
No matter how moisture gets into your home, it will always follow gravity and head straight down to your floor and underneath. Our SERVPRO technicians know to focus on wet flooring materials whenever we conduct water removal in Lenoir City. Our crew uses the most advanced technology to remove moisture from your contents and building materials. Once liquids hit flooring materials such as carpet, they tend to spread out before they head down into your subflooring. Depending on how large the leak is and how long it pours out, the bigger the area that will be affected.
Whenever dealing with wet carpets or any other building materials for that matter, our SERVPRO team tries to extract as much water as we can while it is still in the liquid form. This is because, once the moisture has soaked into materials or evaporated into the air, then it takes rapid drying to dry out the wet materials and remove water vapor from the air.
To begin, we use sophisticated extraction equipment to pull out moisture from your carpets. Then, we determine how wet your carpets still are after extraction by using a moisture sensor. If the carpet and pad underneath it received excessive damage, then they might need to get removed. But, in many cases, the issues can be resolved with prompt extraction and rapid structural drying procedures.
If anything inside your house ever gets wet, call SERVPRO of Loudon & Roane Counties at (865) 986-3015 any time of the day.
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