When you have flood damage, you need our experts on your side!
When thinking of flood damage, most of us think of river banks that have swelled or a heavy rainstorm that has caused flooding in the streets. While both of these things certainly can happen, there is also flood damage possibilities right within our own properties in the Denver, North Carolina area. Things like a burst pipe or a water heater leak can just as easily cause as much water to collect in your home as if a river had overflowed near your property line. Here at AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia, we understand the havoc that flood damage can wreak on your property, and we want to be there for you to help with the clean-up and restoration.
Flood damage occurs quickly and often without a lot of warning, but that doesn’t mean we can’t help you get it cleaned up quickly as well. When you work with us at AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia to take care of your flood damage, you will get experts looking for the source of the issue and ensuring that it is taken care of. Additionally, we will then use our commercial-grade, top-quality equipment to clean, dry and dehumidify the areas that were left behind so that flood damage restoration doesn’t need to turn into mold damage restoration as well.
If you are looking for qualified, trained and capable technicians who can easily handle your flood damage, you need us here at AdvantaClean of Lake Norman, Hickory and Gastonia. Give us a call today to find out more about how we can help you.
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.