Water is very intrusive. Water left on at an outside spigot can quickly penetrate your foundation. Left on at a bathroom or kitchen sink can be catastrophic.
Recently we were called out to a home where the washer overflowed in a laundry room on the first floor, trapping water between the main level flooring and finished basement ceiling. The home was recently remodeled and the homeowner was afraid that the carpet may not be salvageable.
We were able to remove the ceiling in the basement to release the trapped water. We set equipment to dry the ceiling, floor joists and "floated" the carpet by placing air movers underneath.
Here at SERVPRO of E. Jackson & S.E. Ingham Co., we listen to your concerns, and understand what is most important to you.