Flood Cleanup near Emory
Flood Cleanup Masters specializes in emergency water extraction, sewage cleanup and decontamination, water damage restoration, and flood clean up. We understand how stressful an unexpected flood can be, so we strive to make the process fast, efficient and stress-free. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality of service, with safety and customer satisfaction as our top priorities.
Emory University Area Emergency Hotline
Flooded Basement in Emory
We have years of experience and the latest technology for water removal, dehumidification, and complete water damage repair services. Let us help restore your property to its pre-flood condition and give you peace of mind. Contact us today for a free consultation. "Who to call when my basement floods?" may be your search.
Sewage Cleanup Emory Village
Sewage cleanup is like water cleanup, but with many differences. For example, a wet and squishy carpet from a busted supply line can be dried after extracting the excess water. However, if it's wet from sewage or toilet overflow, it's best to discard the wet carpet. Also keep in mind that the sewage-laden padding must go. Next, the area must be decontaminated. Lastly, the area must be dried so that mold does not set in. Who to call to cleanup sewage in Emory University Area?
At Flood Cleanup Masters, we specialize in decontamination and remediation services for sewage and black water damages. We understand that dealing with sewage and black water is not something that most people are familiar with, which is why our team of experts are in Emory Village 24/7.
Our team is experienced in the safe cleanup of sewage and black water, as well as the decontamination of the affected area. Your property will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.
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Mold Testing in Emory Village
How much does it cost for a mold test?
Emory Mold Testing costs $120
Mold Removal, Mold Abatement, Mold Remediation is now available. Because common building materials are capable of sustaining mold growth and mold spores are ubiquitous, mold growth in an indoor environment is typically related to water or moisture exposure and may be caused by incomplete drying of flooring materials (such as concrete). Flooding, leaky roofs, poor building maintenance, or indoor plumbing problems can lead to interior mold growth. Water vapor commonly condenses on surfaces cooler than the moisture-laden air, enabling mold to flourish. This moisture vapor passes through walls and ceilings, typically condensing during the winter in climates with a long heating season. Floors over crawl spaces and basements, without vapor barriers or with dirt floors, are mold-prone..
Significant mold growth requires moisture and food sources and a substrate capable of sustaining growth. Common cellulose-based building materials, such as plywood, drywall, furring strips, finish carpentry, cabinetry, wood framing, composite wood flooring, carpets, and carpet padding provide food for mold. In carpet, organic load such as invisible dust and cellulose are food sources. After water damage to a building, mold grows in walls and then becomes dormant until subsequent high humidity; suitable conditions reactivate mold. Mycotoxin levels are higher in buildings which have had a flood, water damage, toilet overflow, and leaking pipes that go unnoticed... Here is the complete article about testing for mold.
At Flood Cleanup Masters, we specialize in mold removal, and are experienced in dealing with Stachybotrys, a dangerous type of mold that can cause serious health hazards. We use state-of-the-art equipment and are certified by the EPA and OSHA, so you can be sure that your property is in safe hands.
At Flood Cleanup Masters, we understand how dangerous microbial growth can be and how important it is to remove it quickly and safely. We have a team of certified professionals who can help you identify, assess, and remediate any microbial growth found in your home. With our knowledge and experience, we can help you create a healthier living environment.
Wood Floor Damage, Squishy Carpet Drying, Carpet Cleaning in Emory
Wood floor damage, wet and squishy carpet, carpet delamination, wet pading removal, and damaged linoleum floors all require drying or complete removal. After a house flood, wet items must be tested for excess moisture and be dealt with very quickly. Bacteria is the quickest of the microbes to grow. It's been said that it pops like popcorn! Mold in and underneath carpets, wood flooring, and tile flooring can already exist waiting on the right conditions (a house flood) to germinate or continue growing. Dry out the flooded carpet and padding quickly to prevent microbes from spreading.