Water damage has a way of sneaking up on you quickly. As leaks and other water issues often occur behind walls and flooring, you might not actually know anything is wrong until the ceiling shows water spots and sags, or a wall is soft to the touch.
Molds naturally occur in indoor and outdoor environment. They belong to a group of living organisms called fungi and their job is to recycle nutrients in the environment by breaking down plant and animal debris. Molds need moisture and food to survive. Inside your home, the moisture source may be leaks, from indoor activities (showers, poor ventilation) or flooding, and the food source may be building materials such as drywall.
With autumn on the way, it's time to think about freshening up your house with some end of summer cleaning. Reorganize closets in preparation of stowing away summer clothes and light bedspreads and dig out the layers and thicker blankets. Tile/grout cleaning needs to be included on your seasonal to-do list. Why? Because decorating your home for the changing seasons is an inspiring change but your efforts fall short when your floors are showing the remnants of summer dirt, pet stains and party spills.
Though carpet is warm, inviting, and makes our homes comfortable, it can also have a down side if not taken care of properly. The fibers, backing and pad can become a breeding ground for dust and other allergens, such as mold, dust mites and fungi.
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The good thing about carpet is that it’s designed to hide dirt and soil, so the need for cleaning is not always as noticeable as upholstery. Most of us vacuum our rugs and carpets regularly, which helps lift the dirt and keep it looking and smelling fresher longer throughout the home. By vacuuming weekly, it also helps to extend the amount of time between professional cleanings.
Whether your flooring has suffered from water damage, mold, storm damage, or even just "wear and tear," restoration is possible. Of course, in the case of water damage, the restoration process will begin once the cleanup and dry-down process is completed. In the case of normal wear and tear issues, the process for restoration will be determined once the flooring is assessed and a plan of action for repair is recommended.