If you have suffered flood damage, call our team as soon as possible to begin the cleanup.
At AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia, we know that living through a natural disaster is never easy, and it becomes even harder when that disaster does damage to your property. Dealing with storm or flood damage can be highly stressful, but fortunately our team is here to make the process easier for you, providing the prompt service and top-notch results you deserve. If you ever need flood damage cleanup, just give us a call to get our experts on the job.
If your property has been damaged in a flood, it’s important to choose a cleanup team that has experience dealing with flood damage specifically. The reason for this is that floods can affect your home or business in ways that water from a burst pipe will not, and you need someone who knows how to overcome those unique challenges. While the water that leaks from your pipes can have a severe negative impact on the surrounding structures, such as warping the wood or encouraging mold growth, the water itself is fresh and clean. The water in a flood, on the other hand, picks up dirt, debris, and even sewage as it flows, meaning that the cleanup process has to be more involved. You can count on our team to thoroughly clean the affected area, dry everything out, and dispose of any materials that can’t be salvaged.
Our team is proud to serve the Conover, North Carolina community, and we want to help you take care of your home or business. If you need effective flood damage cleanup, just give us a call.
At AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia, we offer flood damage cleanup services in Alexis, Belmont, Bessemer City, Catawba, Cherryville, Claremont, Connelly Springs, Conover, Cramerton, Crouse, Dallas, Denver, Drexel, Gastonia, Glen Alpine, Granite Falls, Hickory, High Shoals, Hildebran, Hudson, Icard, Iron Station, Lincolnton, Lowell, Maiden, McAdenville, Morganton, Mount Holly, Newton, Rhodhiss, Rutherford College, Sherrills Ford, Stanley, Terrell, Valdese, Vale, and Waco, North Carolina.