The steps we use to dry your drenched carpets are explained below:
Our qualified carpet drying Perth professionals will execute a comprehensive procedure to dry your wet carpets and avoid future mould contamination difficulties in your house or workplace.
1. Assessing the Water Damaged Carpet
Using specialised tools and monitors to assist our evaluations, we examine and classify the source and level of water damage. We assess the carpets, their underlay and subfloor, and if the flood damage has spread to the walls.
2. Defining the Scope Of The Job
Then, we establish the water extraction, carpet drying, cleaning, and restoration strategy that will be implemented, as well as any further work that will be required. At this point, we can offer reasonably accurate estimates of the expenses and time necessary to dry your carpeting and repair any additional water damage found in your house. We will inform you of what may be restored to its pre-loss condition and whether your carpet and the underlay can be salvaged or must be replaced instead.
3. Water Extraction
We employ specialised water extraction vacuuming technology with a substantial amount of airflow and vacuum pressure to collect the most possible standing water. By eliminating surplus water, we may significantly limit secondary damage and favourably influence the length of time required to dry the structure and its materials to a balanced moisture level.
4. Managing Water Damage Odour, Bacteria Contamination and Air Quality
We utilise antimicrobial treatments to disinfect, manage, and prevent the spread of microorganisms on water-damaged carpets. This procedure protects your house or company from potential mould problems. We also utilise specific treatments to reduce the unpleasant scents and odours frequently accompanying a wet or flooded carpet.
5. Wet Carpet Drying Perth
After the surplus water has been extracted from your carpets, we utilise industrial-strength Air Movers to push air onto the wet carpets, underlayment, and subfloor to dry these surfaces completely. Dehumidifiers are also utilised to collect the moisture discharged into the atmosphere in during the drying process.
If this moisture is not eliminated, it will adhere to other materials in your house or place of business, resulting in additional damage from mould and mildew. If we deem it essential, we will raise your wet carpeting and underlay to optimise the drying of the damaged subfloor and these items. As part of our water-damaged carpet restoration procedure, we will reinstall any underlay or carpet that removed during the drying process.