San Diego Water Bed Damage

San Diego Water Bed Damage Water beds are great! However, when a water bed bursts, it can be a huge debacle involving, wet carpets, wet drywall, flooded flooring, etc. It is very important to clean a water bed flood properly, as the chemicals inside of water beds can be harmful to anyone in the home…

How to Fix and Remove Water from a Concrete Floor Slab Leak In a Home

  A slab leak occurs when a water supply pipe line bursts in a concrete slab. In some homes this would be in older homes since the building code has changed. As of 2012 or earlier homes are not permitted to be built with supply lines in poured-in-place concrete slabs. The building code changed due…

How to Dry Out Soaked Carpeting and Padding in a Flood

Flooding on carpeting occurs very frequently. Many of the homes in OB have carpeting not only on the first floor but also the second and third floors in multi-level homes / buildings. There are better ways to dry out and save the carpeting in these cases other than replacing the carpeting. And there are considerations…

Remove Bad Odor from Flooded Carpet & Drywall

The cause of bad odor from flooded carpet and drywall is just that: wetness from the flood. Over a short period of time microbial activity increases and they release odors associated with their life processes. If addressed quickly, the odor is just that: odor and not harmful. To remove the odor the standing water and…

Flooded Building: Drying While Saving Flooded Carpet & Drywall

In this video and associated photos you will see how to dryout a flooded building with a flooded carpet odor without removing the carpeting and drywall. We overview the equipment used, the type of moisture meters used, the minor repairs done for the drywall & texturing & baseboard, and the carpet cleaning. We do work…