Have you ever experienced water seeping into your homes, either because of flooding or a broken pipe? Then you are in need of a flood restoration service provider. If the excessive water flooding ignored, it might make a severe loss when the property is damaged.
Excessive mould growth and mildew can damage the carpet floors, furniture, and other floor areas. The quicker you contact the cleaning company to clean up after water damage, the faster you can stop mould from growing under your carpet. Professionals performing flood cleanup at Pure N Bright Cleaning know that it requires a thorough and highly efficient cleaning service to deliver the best possible results to clients.
At Pure N Bright Cleaning, our water damage restoration team in Melbourne follows given steps to make any space mould free:
- Remove furniture from wet places:
Flood water can damage all the leather and wood furniture pieces. Therefore, first of all, the cleaning team removes your furniture from the wet flooring. As a leading flood restoration company, we know that water damage can also affect the water and rugs, which is why we perform a thorough inspection to scrutinise the entire area before we start cleaning the premise.
- Remove water speedily:
Professional cleaning team uses a wet/dry vacuum equipment to clean up and dry out most of the water. They are equipped with advanced machinery that can remove water, thereby, preventing mildew growth.
- Use fans for fast carpet drying:
The water damage professionals recommend homeowners to get the help of high-powered pressure cleaning for a week to dry a water-damaged area completely.
- Use of advanced drying technology and equipment:
The use of modern and state-of-the-art equipment can remove excess moisture, making the air feel cooler, limiting mould and mildew growth.
- Steam clean carpets:
By performing steam cleaning, professional cleaners properly sanitise and deodorise carpets areas. You only will have to replace the water-damaged carpet padding. It will be much less expensive compared to re-carpeting your entire home.