Quick and Easy Cane Water Damage Restoration
Water damage can occur with no notice and stop business productivity or at-home relaxation dead in its tracks. Call Steam and Shine to restore your home or office in four easy steps. First we analyze affected areas with moisture sensors and determine the nature and extent of the damage. Next we extract all of the water then steam clean away any contaminants. Finally we place air scrubbers and carpet blowers to mitigate any secondary damage that may occur.
Steam and Shine is professionally certified by the IICRC Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification in all major types of water damage restoration. Water extraction and damage restoration is quick and easy with Steam and Shine’s 24-hour emergency service, Sunday through Friday. Steam and Shine also handles insurance claims so the process does not trouble our clients. Our goal is to get you back to enjoying your home or doing business in your office as quickly and easily as possible.
Cane Commercial Water Damage Restoration
Steam and Shine handles corporate and commercial accounts like offices, banks, and stores. All of our technicians are trained to extract water and restore carpets quickly so normal business can resume. To speed the process and mitigate secondary damage we place specialized equipment in strategic locations around the affected area. Steam and Shine has a full array of carpet blowers, dehumidifiers, air movers, and air scrubbers to aid the restoration.
Cane Residential Water Damage Restoration
For our clients, water damage inside the home is worse than the office. Steam and Shine’s quick response will have your home water damage restored and mitigated in very little time. With our industry leading truck-mounted system, no heavy machinery is brought into your home. Only the extraction and cleaning hoses are brought inside, whisking away water and contaminants to our outside tanks.
Steam and Shine Handles All Types of Cane Water Damage
There are three main types of water damage: Clean water, chemical water, and black water. Clean water usually comes from broken water lines, sink overflows, and flood damage. Damage from clean water is concerning because after 24 hours mildew and microbes have time to develop. Chemical water damage often comes from broken dishwashers or washing machines. Chemical water also includes water that may contain microorganisms that may be harmful to humans. Black water is sewage water and other heavily contaminated sources.
How to React to Cane Water Damage
The first thing to do is to try and stop water at its source. If it is a broken sink, for instance, it may be advised to turn of the main water until the leak can be stopped. The next thing to do is remove all electrical devices from the area, as well as small furnishings that may cause rust stains or other discoloration. Do not use a home vacuum to try and remove water damage yourself, call the experts at Steam and Shine