Emergency water removal service in Grand Junction
Indoor flooding and the damage it ensues is an emergency that calls for immediate professional help. Without experienced hands improper water removal during an indoor flood will make the situation significantly worst for both the primary person in trouble and other surrounding people and properties.
Improper cleaning and drying of an indoor flood leaves behind the moisture required for mold growth which poses a a threat of structural damage to the property.
Camelot Emergency Water Removal have been serving water caused emergency related services to the people of Grand Junction since 1993. Given our extensive, decades worth of experience in this line of service we are the top toer most reliable team to contact during a water related emergency. Call Camelot at 844-210-7333.
The urgent need of professional help during an indoor flood:
- Mold Growth: Improper water removal and water drying leaves behind an abundance of moisture which is the food required for mold growth. If unknowingly left untreated mold can cause structural damage to the entire building.
- Cross Contamination: Without proper attire and cautionary measures DIY cleaning of an indoor flood especially the ones from a toilet overflow will cause cross contamination threatening the health and safety of your family and children . A professional cleaning service has the required tools and attire to get the job done right, keeping your family safe and clean.
Contact Camelot Emergency Water Removal for service you can safely trust:
During your time of an indoor flood think of Camelot as your first instinct so we a come to your aid promptly within the hour. Our IICRC certified team are available for any and all water related emergency 24/7. We also provide fee budget estimations. Call Camelot Emergency Water Removal at844-210-7333 or reach us at our contact us page here.
January 06, 2022 | Grand Junction, MI
Project Manager, Brian, arrived at the home to assess the situation and noticed that the basement had about 3 inches of standing water. The leak had caused damage to some carpet, drywall, paneling, and some personal items that would have to be removed. Crew Chief, Corey and his team began the clean up. Once the water was gone the team set up drying equipment to professionally dry out the home.