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When you have a water damage carpet there are three things to consider. One, you may attend to the problem yourself and try to repair the damage caused to your carpet. Secondly you may consider calling in a professional to do the job for you. Thirdly you may just replace the carpet more so if it has been wet for more than 24 hours. First, whenever you are faced with a water damage carpet , there are certain steps that need your immediate attention in order to rescue whatever is left of your carpet. Assess the damage. Check for the source of the water. Water could be black, sanitary or unsanitary. Sanitary water is that which leaks from pipes and rain and usually isn’t a health risk as long as the carpets are properly cleaned and dried. Unsanitary water has it source from toilets, bathrooms and other contaminated areas and poses a serious health risk. Such water damage carpet should be discarded as soon as possible. If you wish to do a hands-on repair job you need to first fix the leak to reduce further damage. Here you may call in a plumber if need be. Disinfect the wet area with the help of effective chemicals. You may then tear around the carpet portion with wet spots and discard the damaged base padding since it’s irreparable. You may use industrial size fans to blow on the soiled area and dry the carpet completely before it has had a chance to develop moulds which again pose a health risk to family members. It is also beneficial to use a dehumidifier for the process. Avoid foot traffic to the affected area. Alternatively you could also roll up the caret and take it outdoors, give it a good wash and rinse with the garden hose and allow it to dry in the sun. You may get in touch with your insurance agent to minimize your loss. Usually the insurance company will accept your claims but the carpet company will not entertain water damage carpet Sydney issues.


The second way to deal with a water damage carpet Sydney, is to call in the professionals who specialize in flooded carpet cleaning. They are equipped with the tools, knowhow and experience required to safely restore carpet. They even take care of the carpet bugs and can efficiently handle the job in less time than a lay man. There is the cost factor to consider when hiring these professionals but they save you a lot of time and stress in the long run.

The third and final alternative is to simply discard the carpet and padding entirely since its beyond repair and restoration. Or if it has been contaminated by unsanitary water. Sometimes replacing it is the cheapest and easiest way to deal with the problem. Also you get a new fresh look to your room!

Professional water damage carpet Sydney services can help you at any stage of water damage. What you need to check before you hire their help is whether they are certified and insured, whether they have experienced professional workers, whether they use safe cleaning chemicals, and if they provide a contract or a regular maintenance option. Also discuss in advance what you can expect from them and if their services come with any guarantee. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Author Bio:

Almost all aspects relating to water damage carpets and their restoration have been mentioned here. Hoping this information is helpful. For more Information please visit here: http://spotoncarpetcleaning.com.au


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