Mold Removal and Water Damage Experts, AdvantaClean of Charlotte, Explain the Different Water Damage Categories That They Deal With on a Regular Basis
(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 25, 2012 ) Charlotte, NC -- water damage can come from many sources and must be treated differently depending on the source. Charlotte mold removal and water damage restoration company, AdvantaClean, specializes in water damage clean-up and mold removal. They will prevent further damage to property with their specialized equipment and their highly trained technicians and restore the property to pre-loss condition. There are three main categories of water damage that AdvantaClean deals with on a regular basis. For more information visit http://www.advantaclean.com/.
Category 1: Also known as "Clean Water" refers to flooding from a source of water that does not pose any threat to humans. This is typically a water supply line from a water heater, faucets supply lines, dish washer supply lines, washing machine supply lines, toilet supply lines and other supply lines in the walls. If flooding from a clean source of water like this is treated quickly the water damage restoration Charlotte experts can often save most if not all of ones flooring, walls and contents.
Category 2: Also known as "Grey Water" refers to flooding from a source of water that contains a significant degree of biological, chemical, or physical contaminants and can causes sickness and extensive damage to ones property. Category 2 flooding will usually come from toilet bowls with urine, water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, sump pump failures and other water that should go through the sanitation system. Any areas that have been contaminated by the water will need to be removed to prevent having to perform mold removal later and mitigate any further damage to ones property.
Category 3: Also known as "Black Water" refers to flooding from an extremely unsanitary source which contains harmful bacteria and fungi which will cause severe discomfort or sickness. Category 3 flood damage will usually come from sewage back up in the toilet or sink. Other sources include seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water entering ones home or standing category 2 water that is not promptly removed and left standing for 48-72 hours. To treat this type of flooding requires extremely specialized equipment and training.
In all of these cases the sooner one calls, the sooner the water damage clean-up experts at AdvantaClean of Charlotte can mitigate the damage and save more of ones property. Their licensed and certified professional water damage restoration and mold removal specialists will restore ones water damaged property the quickest and safest way possible using their training, latest technology equipment and extensive experience. For more information, visit http://www.moldremovalcharlottenc.org/ or call 704-969-0008.
About AdvantaClean of Charlotte:
AdvantaClean of Charlotte is the premier mold removal and water damage restoration company in Charlotte NC. They specialize in Charlotte mold removal and water damage restoration services. AdvantaClean mold removal Charlotte NC can be reached twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and will provide excellent customer service and dependability when disaster strikes.
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