“I had a toilet break and flood my upstairs bathroom. I was in Hawaii for a week while The Most Thorough came in and dried and treated the walls. When I came back everything was like new! Very trustworthy and great results.”
Lisa Hull of Tustin - Nov 6,
EMERGENCY WATER DAMAGE TIPS
Identify the source of the incoming water and, if possible, stop it or call a professional to handle it.
Turn off all electrical appliances (making sure you are NOT stepping on water) in and around the area affected by water to reduce electrical hazards.
Remove or elevate furniture off wet areas to prevent permanent stains or rust marks from occurring.
Empty out closet floors, including shoes and cardboard boxes which could cause staining.
Call us day or night to schedule an inspection or to begin emergency drying procedures.
Never turn on ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet, and stay away from sagging ceilings.
Never rip up the carpet and pad. This could cause permanent damage to the materials.
Never leave books, newspaper and other paper materials on wet carpet and floors.
Never attempt to dry carpeting with an electric heater. It will only dry the surface and not dry the padding.
Never turn up the heat above 68 degrees, as this will help cause mildew to become active.
Now Call 714-730-0148 or Text 714-270-0458
for an Immediate Response
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WHAT WE'LL DO:
For Your Peace of Mind
Move Your Funiture To A Dry Room
Thoroughly Inspect Adjecent Walls or Rooms to Determine Ecxact Extend of Water Damage.
Treat Walls And Flooring to Prevent Mold Growth and Dry Them Out With Professional Dehumidifing Equipment.