Why Choose All American Cleaning & Restoration?

Water Damage Restoration in Idaho Falls, ID

Water damage can have devastating effects on any household. It can happen as a result of natural disasters, leaks or seepages. If left alone, a house damaged by water can develop serious structural weaknesses and health-threatening hazards.

A musty smell, rapidly rusting metals, bloated drywall, weakened wood and the appearance of mold are all telltale signs of water damage. If your house has recently been flooded or has suffered from leaks, you need professional water restoration services.

Call AACR for water cleanup!

A Leaky Water Heater

All American Cleaning & Restoration (AACR), services Southeastern Idaho. We have the knowledge, personnel and equipment to address your water damage restoration needs. Our professional and courteous staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to assist you with any concern you may have. Even if it’s an emergency, we’ll take your call and get to your request in the soonest possible time.

AACR operates in Idaho Falls, Rexburg, Driggs, Blackfoot, Pocatello, Montpelier and surrounding areas. Contact us today at 866-707-8006 and we’ll be happy to help. We service over 100 cities in Southeast Idaho. For a complete list of cities that we service please see the service area page located in the about us section.

Schedule a FREE Estimate

We offer a FREE on site inspection and estimate for carpet & upholstery cleaning services.


Fields with (*) are required.

 

Recent Water Mitigation Jobs

Flooded Building at Bonneville County Historical Society

The Bonneville County Historical Society museum had many priceless and one-of-a-kind artifacts on display. Due to the delicate nature and age of the artifacts and displays, AACR monitored the drying process several times a day, including weekends and holidays, to make sure we had a balanced drying system (to avoid over drying was as important as under drying). Using high-velocity air movers and refrigerant dehumidifiers was important. Additionally, HEPA filters and an open air drying system were used where appropriate to control the relative humidity and temperature to bring the museum and its contents back to a dry balanced state without causing further damage by drying too quickly.

The entire drying process took about four weeks. The repairs to the Idaho Falls museum took approximately six months. Due to the efforts of the historical society's staff and All American Cleaning & Restoration staff, only about $10,000 worth of retail merchandise was lost. All artifacts and collectibles were restored to their prior state.

Read More