Water Damage Restoration
If your property has been devastated by water damage, call Ambrose Construction, LLC for water clean up and dry out services. The hazards of allowing water to sit in a building under the flooring and behind the walls are well understood. Water must be removed before mold and mildew begin to grow.
Ambrose Construction, LLC's Water Damage Restoration Services:
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Fast Visual Assessment
- Free Quote
- Insurance Billed Directly
- Thoroughly Clean and Dry Flooring
- Detect & Remove Toxic Chemicals
- Neutralize Odors
- Restore Your Property to Prior Condition
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Water Damage to Flooring - Our powerful, commercial-grade water extraction equipment will remove the water that has soaked your carpets, rugs and hard flooring. Ambrose Construction, LLC's extensive water damage restoration process will completely remove standing water and dry the surfaces of your flooring and walls. We will then treat your flooring with an antimicrobial disinfectant to kill any fungi or bacteria that may be present.
Carpet Deodorizing - Water-damaged carpets and rug will begin to smell within a few hours. Bacteria in the carpet multiplies rapidly and produces odors. Ambrose Construction, LLC will apply a powerful deodorizing agent that will destroy odor-causing bacteria and leave the carpet smelling pleasantly fresh. Often, carpets and flooring will be damaged beyond repair and will require removal. Ambrose Construction, LLC will work with you every step of the way to save your investments when possible, and safely remove damaged flooring when necessary.
Room Dry Out - Once the standing water has been removed, the flooring will still be damp. In order to prevent further damage and the growth of microbes, the carpets and all flooring must be thoroughly dried. We have large industrial air movers that quickly draw remaining moisture from carpet and floors. We'll have your property back to its previous condition in no time!
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