At Patience Carpet Cleaning we will respond to all your emergencies. Our experience in this field is well documented. Water can come from all angels, it's all about time, most of which is spent in the drying process, and can take some days depending on the severity.
Drying with out to much interruptions to living and office operation can be a problem, carpet blowers need to be left on uninterrupted, this can take marginally longer due to being turned off for whatever reason, but the longer they stay on uninterrupted it will shorten the time required for your restoration.
It is normal to have them smell, that's expected in all cases, some more than others, once again severity, but once dried relayed , Hot Water Extract cleaned and deodorised, in a vast percentages of cases better than they were, this can depend on grade and quality.
What we are trying to say, you can be confident that our field experience is what it will take to make sure your carpets are restored to their original prier state, and if it be a loss, that be the case, permanently damaged, with our comprehensive report compiled for you to submit your claim whatever it takes, we are there for you.
This is what will happen when left unattended, how often we have been aware of individual cleaners calling and only extract water from surface , and tenants expecting it to dry unassisted it's not going to happen, it requires being up lifted and depending on the type of underlay that may need removing, also depending on condition, and the cause of water leak, all come into play.
Immediate attention is what required , quality of carpet will stand a better chance of restoration, blowers are required and are best left on uninterrupted as long as possible, this will shorten the time required to get things back to normal. At Patience Carpet Cleaning we have all the field experience spanning over twenty four years to make sure you get back to normal as quickly as possible with minimum of fuss.
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The first thing you should do is to isolate / shut down water main out front. You should also remove any electrical appliances that may come into contact with the water to preventing an accidents , If it be coming from your hot water system this can be turned off at the system itself surrounding plumbing
In the case of Hot Water System Turning off at hot water system itself, there is always a stop cock valve at the system that you can isolate water flow.