Carpet Renovations

What can Wetness do to Your Home?

Simply because your home isn’t on the coastline or near a body of water like a creek, lake, or river, doesn’t mean you’ll never experience water damage of some type. Anyone can have a bathtub or sink overflow, a washing machine overflow or even a water heater burst.

When any of that happens, it is important to get it cleaned up and dried out as fast as possible. Water Damage of any type can lead to destruction and will ruin everything it comes in contact with, especially the furniture and the walls, the carpeting, and carpet padding.   When water is left to stand, it seeps into baseboards and up the walls. It will weaken your home’s structure.  If the water leakage is happening on an upper floor or the attic, there is the risk of the ceiling getting water-logged and spreading debris, dust, and insulation all into the lower level living space.

To minimize the damage to your home’s interior and your personal items, it is important to eliminate all the humidity and moisture immediately. Any equipment that generates heat like computers and televisions will increase the humidity, making mold and mildew grow faster.

Once mold and mildew form, severe respiratory problems are likely with the allergens that are produced. Family members will be prone to rashes, red eyes, and runny noses as well as sneezing. Anyone with breathing problems like asthma will suffer.

If you experience any flooding in your home, don’t hesitate and call a professional company that can remove the water and dry your home out quickly.  The sooner you act, the better for your home’s structure and everyone inside.

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The More you Have Done, The More You’ll Save!

While we have warned you before about using the services of a company that offers a “to good to be true” price and that you get what you pay for, the exception to this rule is when a reputable company offers a really great deal! Here at Carpet Renovations, we do more than just carpet cleaning, we also offer tile and grout cleaning and air duct cleaning services.  

We also clean furniture and mattresses as well as air vents and dryer vent cleaning. We believe we have some of the best pricing in the industry, and we know we provide the best service in this part of Oklahoma. At Carpet Renovations the more you have done the more you save! Here are a few ways to combine services and save a lot of green:

1. Combine any carpet cleaning, tile and grout cleaning or air duct cleaning service and save 10% off your total price! 

2. Receive a free dryer vent cleaning (a $99 value) when you have your air duct system cleaned. 

3. Have two or more mattresses cleaned for a huge savings!

4. Save $10 off on any Carpet Repair,  Carpet Cleaning or Carpet Protector

Carpet Renovations has found that by offering multiple service discounts not only do they save on gas and service charges but the customer saves really big also! So remember what you want to watch for are those “specials” that sound too good to be true... and stick with a company that offers high quality work at a reasonable price!

So, give us a call today and start saving by combining any of the services above!

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Can the Padding be Saved When the Carpet Gets Wet?

One of the last things a homeowner wants to see is a flooded house. Whether it is a busted water pipe, overflowing sink or tub or weather related, a flooded house is a challenging experience for anyone. It happens and when it does, it can cause chaos, panic, and problems.

The Danger of a Flooded House

The main danger associated with a house flood is the risk of mold. Not only does mold smell, but it can cause health issues such as asthma and respiratory problems. It can also have adverse effects on those that have allergies. All of this is because the types of mold that can grow in a home that has flooded produce toxins. Everywhere you look today, there is some sort of mold all around us, almost seeming to be a part of the environment today. But when mold becomes moist and stays moist, it multiplies fast, creating more.

When carpet gets wet and is left wet, it can cause problems like delamination that happens when there is excessive moisture which weakens the glue. At this point, the two things the glue was holding together begin to separate and allows an area for mold to begin growing.

Fast Action is a Must

The Environmental Protection Agency advises us that it is necessary to act immediately when your carpet gets wet. Ideally, the carpet and the padding need to be completely dry within forty-eight hours to protect your home from mold growth. It takes time for the carpet to dry. So, the quicker you get started on this, the better.

What should you do?

For any type of carpet, the first step is to determine the cause and fix the problem that flooded the house. If you detect the odor of a strong mildew smell, call a professional immediately. They can clean the house and get it safe for occupancy. They can determine if the carpet can be saved or if it needs to be removed.

Carpet with no Pad

Carefully remove all the water you can with a wet-vac by slowly moving the nozzle over the whole area to remove the water. This will be quicker than using a back and forth motion. Set up blowers and fans around the house to circulate the air and open the windows, if you can. Set up a dehumidifier around the house to minimize the humidity.

Carpet with a Pad

If the carpeting was professionally installed, wear leather gloves and pull up the carpeting and padding from the tack strip along the edge. Once you have the pad pulled up, dispose of it immediately. Carpet padding is like a sponge and will absorb a lot of water, but it will not dry out. So, if you were to reuse the padding, it will be damp and begin to mildew, grow mold and smell under the carpeting.

Now, lay the carpeting back down flat so that it doesn’t dry bunched up. With a wet-vac, remove the water thoroughly, same as above with a slow motion over the area, not a back and forth motion. Use blowers and fans positioned to blow under the carpeting, so the air circulates. If possible, open all the windows if it is a dry sunny day, so the humidity is pulled out and use dehumidifiers, if available. If it has been raining or is humid outside then it is best to leave doors and windows closed and turn on your central fan system to keep the air circulating.

Clean & Sanitize the carpet

Use a home carpet cleaning system, rental, or call a professional to make sure your carpet has been cleaned thoroughly and there are no germs left in the carpet from the water contamination. You will also want to treat the carpet with an anti-microbial agent to eliminate any possibility of mold spores from growing.

After the carpet and the flooring under have completely dried, replace the padding and then reinstall the carpeting. It can be hard reinstalling dried carpet because it becomes stiff as it dries. You may want to consider hiring a professional who has experience with this, they will have access to tools of the trade that you may not readily have on hand.

Below is a video on the steps for drying a carpet and removing the carpet padding.



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