For more than a quarter-century, Camelot Emergency Water Removal has provided superior water damage restoration services, emergency water removal services, and structural drying services for customers in Charlotte throughout Southwest Michigan. Since 1993, we have set the industry standard for emergency water removal and structural drying by providing 24/7/365 response to those in need from both of our area locations.
Regardless of the size of your job, we are equipped to respond to your home or office in Charlotte within one hour to address any emergency. In addition, our certified crews offer a wide array of non-emergency services that include mold remediation, carpet cleaning, carpet repair, tile and grout cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and much more!
Our certified technicians follow IICRC guidelines and recommendations. With almost 30 years of experience, we offer free estimates for all of our services and 24/7 rapid response to all water damage related emergencies!
Some of the most popular services we offer in and throughout Southwest Michigan include:
When you need emergency water removal in the wake of an indoor flood, you need help ASAP. You also need structural drying services to prevent mold growth and other damages. At Camelot Emergency Water Removal, we provide all of that and more at a moment's notice when you summon one of our emergency service teams. Our technicians are available 24/7/365 to assist in your hour of need. We also handle a wide variety of water-damage, mold-remediation, and carpet cleaning services. When you need our help in or anywhere else in Southwest Michigan, be sure to contact us online or give us a call at 844-210-7333.
Project Manager, Claud, arrived on the site quickly to start assessing the water damage caused by the leaking water heater. After locating and marking all of the affected areas, Claud established a drying plan with the customer. The highly trained crew at Camelot Emergency Water Removal then got busy extracting water from the carpet and padding. The crew finished by setting up a drying system using dehumidification and air movers to rapidly dry the affected area to its pre-flood condition.