Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration in Franklin Township

floodingUnexpected events can happen to everyone, at anytime. You don’t have to live on or near a flood plain to be tormented by the threat of Franklin Township water damage. Something as simple as a leaky pipe can do extreme damage to your rugs, carpets and the floor underneath them. The professional technicians at Allaire Chem-Dry in Franklin Township, NJ are fully prepared to tackle the most severely water damaged areas in your home.

A Quick Response Prevents Health & Property Damage

If left untreated, water can pose a serious threat to the floors, walls, ceilings and furnishings in your home. Any water damage experienced in your Franklin Township home or business must be addressed within 48 to 72 hours before any mold or bacteria growth begins. Chem-Dry professionals can prevent a very treatable problem from turning into a major disaster in your Franklin Township home. Call (732) 751-8520 now for a quick response to all of your water damage and extraction needs.

IICRC: Institute of Inspection, Cleaning & Restoration Certification

Utilize our IICRC certified Water Damage Professionals to help you recover after any type of water emergency: whether it be from flooding, plumbing problems, overflow, leaks, backups, etc. We act quickly to extract the water from your fabrics and floors, which will increase the chances of salvaging your rugs and carpets, and will decrease or eliminate any health concerns you may have. Once the water is removed and the carpets are dry, we’ll deep-clean them to remove any residual dirt and bacteria; that can ensure you that the satisfaction of you and your family are one of our top priorities.

Allaire Chem-Dry servicing Franklin Township, NJ realizes water damage can be a traumatic experience for customers. That’s why our trained professionals will fully explain every process before their work begins. We have limited service availability, so call us today to find out how we can help restore what may appear to be a lost cause; or to ask more about our IICRC and other professional certifications.