Do's and Don'ts of Water Damage
It is important to hire a professional to help you dry out your home after water damage. With the right tools and pieces of equipment we can properly and safely dry out your home or business and the contents with in it.
That being said, we always have customers ask what they can do to prevent further damage until we arrive with our drying equipment.
-Shut off the source of the water.
-Turn off electricity
-Remove as much excess water as possible by mopping and soaking up with towels.
-Wipe excess water from wood furniture.
-Put aluminum foil in between furniture legs and carpet.
-Enter a room with standing water. There could be a risk of electrical shock. Disconnect all power first.
-Leave rugs and furniture upholstery wet against and sitting on carpets. The fabrics could bleed between each other. If you are not able to move these items, we will do this for you when we arrive.
-Turn on your television or any other electronic items, they may have been damaged in the water.
-Do not use your household vacuum to try and suck up any water. They are not made for this.