When carpet gets wet the number one priority is getting it dry! Our water damage restoration technicians carry top off the line equipment to get your carpet dry as quickly as possible. Once carpet has been extracted the tech will pull back the carpet. If the carpet padding underneath has gotten wet, he will remove the contaminated padding and dispose of it. Next he will set up air movers, air scrubbers and or dehumidifiers, depending on what equipment is needed to begin the dry out process. Once that process has been completed we will begin the put back process. We will replace and install any carpet padding that was removed, we will re-stretch the carpet back into place and re-tack the carpet back down. All Carpet Stretching does come with a two year warranty. The final step will be carpet cleaning the room with a disinfectant that kills 99.9% of all germs, bacteria and fungi.

Call our office today for questions about our services at 602-362-4883!

La Palma, which is Spanish for “Palm”, was established in 1927 and is situated in Pinal County, AZ. Living in the desert, Arizona residents have a responsibility to conserve water. The Earth may seem like it has an endless supply of water, but really it has less than 1 percent that can be used by humans. This is because the rest is either salt water found in oceans, freshwater frozen in the polar ice caps, or not accessible for practical usage. Although it’s true that the water cycle continuously comes back to water Earth, it does not always come back to the same place, or in the same quantity and quality. Obviously, water plays a huge role in supporting or communities. If you are looking for ways to reduce your water footprint try using the following tips to reduce your family’s indoor and outdoor water use:

  • Do not pre-rinse dishes unless you need to. Most new dishwashers do not require pre-rinsing.
  • When washing dishes by hand, do not let the water run. Fill one sink with wash water and the other with rinse water.
  • Minimize the use of kitchen sink garbage disposals; they require a lot of water to operate properly.
  • When doing laundry, match the water level to the size of the load.
  • Time your shower to keep it under 5 minutes. You’ll save up to one thousand gallons per month.
  • Remember to weed your lawn and garden regularly. Weeds compete with other plants for nutrients, light and water.
  • Water your summer lawns once every three days and your winter lawn once every five days.
  • Don’t overfill your pool. Lower water levels will reduce water loss due to splashing.