Many people like to have their homes looking as pristine as possible during holidays because they invite family and friends over for parties, dinners and gift giving. Carpet Water Damage can occur during these times for various reasons, but the problem can be resolved by restoration professionals.
Something as simple as a live Christmas tree can cause Carpet Water Damage if a pet knocks the tree over or if the container springs a leak. The effect on the carpeting is worse if the incident happens when nobody is home for several hours or has gone out of town for the holiday. Another serious problem can develop if the family covered the base with a bright-colored felt, like red or green. Wet felt will transfer that color to the carpeting. In some cases, there is no way to remove that stain.
With the extra use of the bathroom, problems might develop. Most people don’t have carpeted bathrooms because of the risk of water damage and moisture-related mildew, but some individuals like having this floor covering in these rooms. A toilet might run for hours when nobody is paying attention. A bathtub might overflow when a child intends to fill it but then forgets to shut the water off.
An old dishwasher also can spring a leak when nobody’s home. Experts advise dishwasher owners not to run these appliances unless they’re home, but of course, people frequently do. Washing machines can develop similar issues with leaks from hoses flooding a carpeted area near the laundry room.
Food and Beverage Spills
Kids and adults both can be responsible for spilling foods and beverages that stain carpeting, especially if nobody cleans it up right away. There’s an old saying about not crying over spilled milk, but that can be the understandable reaction when the liquid has been allowed to seep into the carpet, dry and start to produce the odor of spoiled milk. Workers from a company like V’s Carpet, Upholstery & Drapery Cleaning are ready to tackle any of these situations. Information on this particular organization can be seen at Riversidecarpetcleaningandflood.com. You can also watch video on their YouTube channel.
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