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Carpet Restoration Services in Southeast Idaho

Carpet Restoration Services in Southeast Idaho

Deep-Cleaning of Flooded Carpets

When indoor flooding gets into carpeted areas of your residential or commercial property, it’s always trouble. Carpets are notoriously tough to clean and water damage can render them unfit for use if immediate action isn’t taken. If your carpets have been soaked by recent water intrusion, call All American Cleaning & Restoration and we will assist you quickly.

Here at All American Cleaning & Restoration, we specialize in deep-cleaning of flooded carpets and bringing them back to their pre-disaster condition. Our Southeast Idaho-based group has over 20 years of cleanup and restoration experience backed up by field-proven equipment that help us do a great job each and every time. We pride ourselves on leaving your home or commercial space completely dry and free of moisture, giving you the peace of mind knowing that water isn’t working under your nose to ruin your floor coverings.

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Don't Let Carpets Stay Wet!

Water damage is a cumulative process. The longer you wait to do something about it, the worse the situation gets for your carpets and the rest of your property. Here’s the kind of trouble you can expect when you let carpets stay wet or moist for long stretches:

  • Easier Tearing and Ripping – While you may not see the immediate structural damage on your carpets, water weakens its fibers and latex backing over time. This makes the carpet more susceptible to tears and rips from footsteps and furniture movement. Even if the carpet survives the initial flooding, its overall lifespan is greatly diminished if proper cleaning and restoration measures aren’t applied.

  • Fire Hazard – Some homes and facilities have the bad habit of having electrical wiring run under their carpets. Over the years, the weight of human traffic and the movement of heavy objects on top of the carpet can wear out the insulation that covers the wires underneath. Then when a live wire is exposed and comes into contact with a wet patch of the carpet, there will be a serious fire hazard that can cause severe property damage and potential loss of human life.

  • Mold Infestation – Harmful fungi such as mold love damp surfaces where there’s ample food to keep them nourished. A carpet that’s been exposed to water fits that description perfectly. At its onset, mold growth can be hard to spot on your carpet. It’s only after the fuzzy fungus forms small colonies that it becomes clearly visible to a lot of people. Touching, cleaning, or treading on mold can be dangerous because the slightest of forces can send its spores flying. Skin contact or inhalation of spores have been known to cause irritations, respiratory disorders and even poisoning.  Please call us for mold removal sevices if you are in need of mold remediation.

  • Musty Odors – Stale moisture on carpets and mold growth produce musty smells that are hard to get rid of. Air fresheners only mask these odd smells but don’t necessarily remove their causes.

  • Pest Attraction – Common household pests are drawn in by damp surfaces. Rats and roaches love it even more when that surface is your carpet. These pests can haul in deadly germs which can infect people and pets that come into direct contact with the carpet. Get Help from All American Cleaning & Restoration.

To make sure your carpet is saved from total loss and doesn’t become a health or fire hazard in your home or facility, call All American Cleaning & Restoration for assistance. We have the ability to quickly respond in the Southeast Idaho area. We have access to one of the largest fleets of vehicles and equipment in Idaho, allowing us to get to you within hours of your initial call. Contact us today! For any type of water damage restoration or fire damage restoration project please call our helpful staff AARC at 866-707-8006.