Water damage often occurs without warning; a pipe breaks or your sump pump fails, leaving you and your family in a precarious situation. It is important to take care of water or flood damage as soon as possible because as long as the water is there the damage continues. The concern here is what is known as secondary damage or moisture damage. Secondary water damage occurs when the air has absorbed as much moisture as it can leading the surplus moisture to attack the surroundings. Sheetrock will sag, hardwood floors will buckle, vinyl flooring will separate from its base, ceiling tiles will crack and bacteria will begin to grow rapidly.
To prevent this, Home 'N' Office Cleaning LLC has a 24 hour emergency water damage restoration service. Once the problem pipe or leak has been stopped then we get to work. We have water excavation trucks to pump out any large bodies of liquid from your property and many industrial vacuums to remove all the rest. We can remove the moisture from your walls as well. Once the water is removed the cleaning process begins.
Next is the sanitizing procedure where Home 'N' Office Cleaning LLC carefully goes through the affected area to kill any bacteria left behind by the water damage. Our high grade air movers and dehumidifiers are set up to make sure that secondary water damage will cease and desist. While the excess moisture is removed from the air of your Green Lake residence or commercial business we assess the damage done to your carpets and furniture. Depending on the level of severity some will be cleaned on site, others will need to be taken to our facility and still others may be too damaged to be salvaged.
Home 'N' Office Cleaning LLC has many years of helping the people of Green Lake with their water damage restoration needs. We are a licensed and bonded cleaning service well-experienced in helping our customers with their insurance claims. If you find yourself facing the stress of water damage then give Home 'N' Office Cleaning LLC a call as soon as possible. We will get your Green Lake business back in working order.