When disaster strikes our goal is to restore your home and peace of mind as quickly as possible. Our team of trained, caring and professional water damage technicians is here for you and your family. Water mitigation is the process removing of excess water from your home, business or property. If you are experiencing a flood or other water damage of any kind, proper and prompt water mitigation is of the essence. The reason being is that the longer the water is allowed to sit there and be soaked up into everything it touches, the more damage your home will incur. Water that has not been properly cleaned up after 48 hours begins to form mold and mildew which can triple your restoration cost. Water damage may occur from a variety of sources, severe weather flooding, burst kitchen or bathroom pipes, sewage backups and malfunctions. Whatever the case may be, you need a water damage restoration provider that is able to handle any situation.
Fortunately Carpet Masters of Kansas is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we offer emergency response within 60 minutes. This means that we can get to your home, assess the damages, and clean up the mess all before the first signs of mold appear. We understand how much of an inconvenience water damage can be, and we strive to make the cleanup process as easy and stress-free as possible for you. We work with Insurance companies to ensure a quick fix to all of your problems. Our technicians will do their best to stay out of the way and promise to treat your home with the same respect as they treat theirs. They also do their best to get out of your way as soon as possible while still giving you peace-of-mind that comes with a quality cleanup job. In the case of other problems such as mold, they can remove the growth and treat the affected area to make sure that it does not return.
Not all water mitigation companies are the same. Choosing the wrong company will not solve your problems, and in fact may make a bad situation even worse, doubling or tripling your final repair costs. Make sure you choose the company that will get the job done and done correct at the same time.
There is no job too large or too small. Whether it is clean water, gray water, or sewage our team of professionals are up to the task. Gray water is relatively clean water but comes from bathtubs, sinks and washing machines where the water has been used. Clean water would be clear water from a broken water supply line that has nothing in it. Sewage would be backups from toilets, sewer mains, etc. There are different categories for each type. Our technicians can explain to you what categories your water mitigation would be considered.