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07/20/2017
By: Sherry G.
Nextgen Restoration
Making sure your property is dry and mold free is what they are all about. Restoring you back to normal so that you and your family or coworkers can live in a mold free building is their main goal. You matter to them.
10/15/2016
By: Linda C.
Nextgen Restoration
Be careful. Do not sign the contract. Beware of dryers and dehumidifiers running non-stop for days. I hired this company to do it all; and was thrilled at their presentation and friendliness. Four months later the walls are still ripped out of my kitchen. They cannot come to an agreement with my insurance company and because of the contract it is hard to go elsewhere. The insurance company has had to hire peer remediators, because their charges are so high. Did I mention I have been without a kitchen for 4 months?
07/18/2016
By: Atticus S.
Servpro
From demo to the mold removal itself and finally the cleanup process; everything went better than I had dared to hope it would during this mold remediation job. The whole experience was great. Ricky was very helpful in making sure I got the best service possible.
07/13/2016
By: Rima K.
PuroClean Of Brandon
Codi Bender came from PuroClean to fix the problem when I got water leak from 2 floors up. He did a very professional job, he was very knowledgeble as he let me understand the whole scenario from A-Z He explained thoroughly the whole process. He is just great guy to deal with.I HIGHLY RECOMMEND HIM
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02/11/2016
By: Tampa thermofoil D.
Suarez Bath Tub Repair
Very Quick to Schedule Estimate, and Work. Very Professional and nice staff. I Love my new Tub, I am very satisfied with the quality of work.
01/08/2014
By: coty.rikard
One Source Restoration
They are non paying thieves they tell u what u want to hear then they let u complete 20 k worth of work then say they don't have money to pay. What kinda company is this. They r all liars
Tips & Advices
While there is not a standard cost for water extraction, the national average is   $150-$500. Yes, that is a wide gap, but you have to factor in the varying costs of labor, the size of the affected area, and the depth and severity of the stain and/or removal. Geography is also a factor as different markets mean different rates. It is always best to research and compare rates, and get a referral if you can. Also know that many smaller issues can be DIY projects if you are up for the challenge.
There are multiple indications you have water damage. Visual evidence, like fresh spots and stains on your carpet, are a big clue. Unpleasant odors in the room are common if the water has settled and mold or mildew has formed. Warped walls or floors are also an indicator of water damage. Do you have unusually high water bills while under normal consumption? That could be a sign of leaky or faulty pipes.
Water extraction is a carpet cleaning method that uses a machine to forcefully inject a water and cleanser solution into the carpet. The machine quickly extracts the solution back out, removing dirt and grime, and allowing the carpet to dry quickly. You can hire a professional to clean your carpet this way, or you can DIY by renting a carpet cleaner and following the instructions.
One way to remove water stains from a carpet is a vinegar and water solution. Use equal parts vinegar and water and apply lightly to the stain, enough to moisten, but not saturate. Let the solution sit for a few minutes and then gently dab out with a towel (paper or cloth). You might need to repeat the process to fully remove the stain. Make sure the carpet fully dries between applications. When finished, vacuum the area to completely remove any dirt. If this does not remove the stain, consult a professional cleaner.
There are several ways to extract water from wet carpet. Using a vacuum cleaner (make sure it’s capable of water removal--like a shop vac)will efficiently and effortlessly remove water. You can also go old-school and use towels to soak it up. Fans and hairdryers can speed up the drying process, and a de-humidifier can aid in the drying out of wet carpet. Be sure to check for wet carpet padding underneath.

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