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Types Of Water Damage

Water damage to your property can happen anywhere and at any time. There is no way to prepare for a situation like this. We all have careers to manage and families to take care of. The last thing on anyone’s mind is the water line to the washing machine busting or the pipe behind the drywall bursting until it happens. When a unfortunate situation like this arises, it causes a massive disruption to your life, but  you can rest assured knowing that Phoenix Carpet Repair & Cleaning is here to help you in your time of need. Determining the source of the water damage is very important for your safety, the safety of your loved ones and our team members when we make a service call to your residence. Most Common Sources of Water Damage

  • Leaky Pipe Behind Drywall
  • Busted Water Line From Washing Machine
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Clogged Toilet
  • Dishwashers
  • Leaky Roof
  • Clogged HVAC Piping
  • Storms

There are plenty of ways for your property to become flooded. Did you know that there are three different categories of water damage based on the water source? Category 1: Clean Water Water from this source is sanitary and comes from sources such as faucets, water lines, and toilets. If this water is not cleaned up quickly, this water can evolve into a category 2, which can cause health issues. Category 2: Grey Water Water from this source comes from sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines. Grey water may contain dirt food, grease, hair, and other household contaminants. Category 3: Unsanitary Water damage from this source is considered dangerous because the water is filled with noxious contaminants that can make you ill or even cause death. Typical sources of category three water damage are sewer backup, toilet overflow with fecal matter, flood water and stagnant water. Please stay away from category 3 water.  We care about your health and well being. Safety Tips

  • The moment you notice water damage, contact Phoenix Carpet Repair & Cleaning immediately.
  • If you can remove excess water to mitigate water damage. (Category 1 & 2 water)
  • Remove easily accessible furniture if you can
  • Locate the source of water if possible and turn off the water at the main.
  • Turn off power to your home until all excess water has been removed.

If you have questions about our water damage restoration services or if you are ready to schedule your appointment, please contact Phoenix Carpet Repair & Cleaning at (602)-688-4186 We have thousands of happy customers throughout Maricopa county! Don’t have time to call? Book your appointment with us online

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