The Flood Co. Offers Professional Wet Carpet Cleanup Services In Utah

July 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Utah based The Flood Co. is pleased to announce that they provide professional home cleaning services to homeowners of Centerville and the surrounding areas. These services include flooded basement cleanup, ice damming, pipe leak cleanup, and wet carpet cleanup. The company also states that they offer smoke and fire damage restoration, mold removal services, air duct cleaning, and more.

“The Flood Co. has over 20 years of experience in home restoration and all things related to home damages caused by fire, water, and molds. We also provide professional air duct cleaning services that are compliant with the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) guidelines. Over the years, we have refined useful and effective techniques to ensure that you will have the best possible chance of restoring your home as quickly as possible,” says Daryl Olsen from The Flood Co. He also states that their service coverage spans across Box Elder County, Davis County, Salt Lake County, and many more. A full list of covered regions can be viewed on their website.

As noted on their website, The Flood Co. primarily specializes in providing Utah Wet Carpet Cleanup Services which aim to eliminate the unseen health issues caused by dust, dander, pollen, and other allergens that are usually stuck deep in carpet fibers. The company also points out that their carpet cleaning process is fast drying, which allows them to rapidly complete their work with minimal disruption. In addition, their special deep cleaning process goes well past the carpet surface. Olsen explains that after using a powerful vacuum to remove dust and dirt, the carpet receives a deep shampoo treatment and steam cleaning to fully penetrate and clean the carpet fibers. Furthermore, The Flood Co. uses professional tools and environmentally friendly cleaning materials to safely, yet effectively, get rid of surface stains, stains that are set deep into the carpeting, and more.

“We know how important it is to have truly clean carpets in your house. While a consistent vacuum can do a nice job of keeping up some basic maintenance and appearance, it’s a long way from the right solution for having a truly clean carpet that gives your home or office the full benefits of clean air and a floor free of allergens and dander. By hiring The Flood Co., you will ensure that your carpet will not only look brand new, but you will also breathe healthier and cleaner air,” says Olsen.

Meanwhile, Olsen points out that while it is tempting to rely on DIY methods to repair a soaked carpet, cleaning up is a long process that needs to be executed carefully. “Besides losing a lot of money, you may also end up spreading various diseases in your home due to mold and mildew infestation. Only a professional and experienced carpet cleaning company has the necessary equipment and technology to eliminate molds by extracting the water out of the wet carpets, and possibly salvage not only the carpet paddings but also the carpet itself,” he warns.

The Flood Co. is one of the most reputable home cleaning service providers in Utah and the surrounding areas, boasting more than two decades of industry experience. Their quality workmanship and excellent customer service are often praised by their clients.

One satisfied client, Michelle Johnson, said, “We cannot say enough good things about Daryl and The Flood Co. Our basement flooded while we were out of town, and Daryl and his team cleaned it up quickly and professionally. Daryl was also very hands-on in helping us with our insurance adjuster and, because of his expertise, we were able to get a more than fair payout from the insurance. Daryl and his team even worked on Labor Day and on a late Friday night. They cleaned everything up, repainted affected areas, installed baseboards, and even did some extra jobs that I never asked for. They got it taken care of so quickly, which was wonderful. Seriously, these guys are great. I would recommend them in a heartbeat. I can’t say thank you enough for making that terrible situation so much less stressful.”

More information can be found on the company’s website. Alternatively, customers may send the company an email or call their 24/7 service hotline to inquire further regarding their services. Interested parties may also connect with The Flood Co. through their official social media pages to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about The Flood Co., contact the company here:

The Flood Co.
Daryl Olsen
801-294-7452
contact@thefloodco.com
1164 W 850 N Centerville, UT 84014

ReleaseID: 60029275

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