Locate the key cause of the leak or flooding before you start the repair process and fix the cause. To stop it from causing further water damage, make sure that the main source is completely fixed. Starting the process of cleaning and replacing the carpet only when the cause of water damage is correctly repaired. Homeowners may do the cleaning process on their own, but to dry off the residual water, a heavy-duty wet vacuum cleaner is necessary. Go several times over the whole carpet area to make sure that all the accumulated water from the carpet is sucked out. If you are not sure how to do the procedure correctly, hire a licenced carpet cleaning and restoration expert for the operation.Learn more about us at First Serve Cleaning and Restoration
Thoroughly Vacuum the Carpet
Purchase an appropriate disinfectant solution to clean the carpet after removing excess water from the carpet. Combine the solvent with a small amount of bleach, but make sure the solvent is bleach-compatible. Take the padding under the tapestry and cover it with a new one. This is the region where the greatest volumes of water should be kept fully dry. With the aid of an industrial fan and dehumidifier, the drying process can be completed quicker.
Place the replacement padding correctly and place it over the carpet. With industrial vacuum cleaners, flood extractors, and repair chemicals, carpet cleaning may help clean and fix the carpet if the water damage is more serious. If your location is polluted by drain water, you need to get rid of it as soon as possible because it can affect your property not only, but also your health. Water from drains is heavily polluted and rich in bacteria and microorganisms that are toxic. Without the use of safety equipment to save you from bacteria, you cannot control the cleaning and reconstruction process and it would be easier to take advantage of water damage restoration experts.