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Can Flood Damage Restoration Save My Floor?Flood damage is something that requires a fast response. That’s why we promise to respond promptly, no matter what time it is. We can have a crew there within minutes!

At Spangler Restoration, our house restoration technicians will gladly give you a free written estimate and talk you through the flood mitigation process to ensure all your questions are answered. Whether it’s water from a busted heater, rain water, or a sewage backup, our aim is the same – to get the water out fast and start the drying process before the damage becomes permanent.

Can flood damage restoration save my carpets? Obviously, carpets are more porous than hardwood flooring, so they absorb more moisture. In some cases, yes, they must be replaced, but we use a special extraction tool to pull out almost all the moisture; therefore, the chances of saving them are good.

Can flood damage restoration save my hardwood floors? Yes, in most cases, it can. Of course, that’s assuming we are able to start the drying process as quickly as possible after the flooding, and assuming that the water isn’t toxic. We use a drying system that is specially designed for hard surfaces like floors, which allows us to create an air-tight barrier on the surface. We can then suck out moisture from the flooring and sub-flooring.

Can I attempt flood damage restoration myself? Well, of course you can try, but it may just come back to bite you. Unless you are a trained home restoration expert with access to the right equipment, the chances of effectively drying out your property are slim to nil.


For flood damage restoration in Charlotte NC, contact us at Spangler Restoration. We can fix up your home after any disaster, including fire, mold, and natural disasters. Give us a call today.


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