Has heavy rain caused water to seep into your house and turned your lounge room into a small swimming pool? No problem, we have the skills and professional experience to return your carpet to pristine condition. If you’ve suffered water or flood damage, the important thing is to act quickly and take every precaution possible to prevent mold growing and ruining your carpet. We’re wholly committed to providing our Adelaide customers with access to a comprehensive range of services to completely restore their home after a flood.Drying

The first step is to dry out your wet carpet with a quality floor dryer. Our professional operators will be able to efficiently maneuver these machines to remove all moisture from your floors in a comparatively short period of time. In addition to this, we are able to provide you with a range of high speed fans and dehumidifiers to ensure your living space is completely dried out.


After the carpet is dried, the next step is steam cleaning. This is an important part of restoring your carpet as storm and waste water carries all sorts of debris, chemicals, and pathogens that can become a major health hazard if they are allowed to remain in the fibers. Steam cleaning is an efficient and highly effective way to sanitize and clean your carpet.


Once your carpets are clean, it’s important to ensure the rest of the water damaged area is tended to. This involves sanitizing walls, baseboards, and anything else that’s been in contact with storm or waste water. In the case of flooding causing mold, our specialists have equipment and processes to safely remove it and restore optimum air circulation in the room. This is important for the overall health of your household as mold can cause a whole host of health problems if it is left to grow in living areas.

For more information on the range of flood damage assistance services we offer for homes throughout Adelaide, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are more than happy to provide you with advice on how to restore your home after a flooding incident.