Once you experience a water leak on your carpet you will need to contact a water restoration company as soon as possible. After the technician extracts as much water as possible he will need to pull up the carpet from the tack strips. If the carpet padding underneath has become wet then he will cut out the wet areas and remove the padding. Carpet padding cannot be cleaned therefore it must be disposed of. Once the carpet and surrounding areas have completely dried out our tech can begin the put back process. He will replace the carpet padding and any tack strips needed, re stretch the carpet back onto the tack strips with a power stretcher and then clean the carpet. All of our carpet stretching does come with a two year warranty.

For any questions on our services call our office at 602-362-4883!

Circle City is a community in Maricopa County, AZ. Desert living gives residents a new appreciation for their water supply. We have become more environmentally conscious and better educated on how our lifestyle effects the world around us. Finding ways to reduce their water footprint and conserve this precious resource is definitely a priority. Water conserving fixtures in your home can make a huge impact. In 1998 alone residents saved 44 million gallons of water every day, by installing these fixtures. That is a savings of more than $33.6 millon dollars per year. If all U.S. households installed these water saving features, water use would decrease by 30%, saving an estimated 5.4 billion gallons per day. This would result in a savings of $11.3 million per day or more than $4 billion per year. Try implementing some of these tips in your home to conserve water:

  • Repair leaky faucets, both indoors and outside.
  • Consider replacing old equipment (like toilets, dishwashers and laundry machines).
  • Only run the dishwasher and washer machine when you have a full load.
  • Take short showers instead of baths.
  • Turn off the water when brushing your teeth.

For additional information about how water is used, please visit the USGS’s Q&A on typical water use at home.