Certified Wet Carpet Repairs
Certified Experts Qualified In Wet Carpet Remediation
Can Wet Carpets Be Saved?
In many cases, wet carpets can be saved with prompt and proper remediation. However, it depends on several factors such as the source of the water, the extent of the damage, and the length of time the carpet has been wet. If the water is clean and the carpet has been wet for less than 48 hours, there’s a good chance it can be salvaged. However, if the water is contaminated or the carpet has been wet for an extended period, it may be best to replace it.
Stretch Master Services are Certified in Wet Carpet Remediation and are located locally near you.
How Long Does It Take For Mold To Form In Wet Carpet?
Mold can begin to form in wet carpets as quickly as 24-48 hours after it becomes wet.
Proper drying and remediation techniques, such as using dehumidifiers and fans, can help to prevent mold growth and ensure that your carpet is properly restored.
How Long Does It Take For Water Damage To Occur?
Water damage can occur in wet carpets very quickly, often within a matter of hours. When carpets become wet, they can absorb large amounts of water, which can cause damage to the fibers and backing.