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How To Recuperate After Storm Damage To Your Bellevue Home

1/12/2022 (Permalink)

Winter storms are neither kind nor do they come announced. It can be tough to recuperate and know where to begin with the restoration and insurance claims process. Below, we have listed our carpet cleaning and odor removal services, as well as knowing the three types of contaminated water to look out for during the recovery process. 

What Are Our Carpet Cleaning And Odor Removal Services Post-Storm Damage? 

  • No matter how high-quality your carpets may be, even the best quality carpets can show signs of wear and tear after a certain point, and especially after storm damage!
  • Some carpet cleaning services we offer are Bonnet Cleaning, Hot Water Extraction, Dry Cleaning, Showcase Premier Cleaning, and Deluxe Precondition and Rinse. 
  • We have the training and equipment required to identify and eliminate offensive odors post-storm damage. Our technicians have access to several odor removal products capable of going below the surface to neutralize an unpleasant odor. 

There Are THREE Types Of Contaminated Water After Storm Damage? What Are They And How Can I Classify Them? 

  • Category 1: “Clean Water.” As you can tell from the name, this type of water is from a clean source, such as a faucet or a broken clean water supply line. While this water is “safer” than Category 2 or 3, it can quickly become hazardous if left untreated. 
  • Category 2: “Gray Water.” This type of water may contain bacteria and viruses that can cause illness if ingested. This type of water can come from dishwashing overflow, washing machine overflow, or toilet overflow with some urine. (but no feces)
  • Category 3: “Black Water.” This type of water is highly unsanitary- any contact with it should be avoided! These kinds of water can germinate from standing water supporting microbial growth, flooding from rivers or streams, or water from the toilet trap. 

It’s difficult to pinpoint precisely when storm season is, especially since it’s common knowledge that tornado season in Middle Tennessee is usually in March. But don’t underestimate the strength of a winter storm! Because immediate action is critical to your Bellevue home’s longevity, reaching out to us should be your first point of contact to get the restoration process started. Call us at (615) 242-9391 and let us help you jumpstart your quest for restoration in Bellevue! This franchise is independently owned and operated. 

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