ServiceMaster Cleaning Services by AAA
Anytime, Anywhere CallTopeka, Lawrence & Manhattan
(785) 289-9928
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Water Damage Removal in Topeka

Trust the Water Damage Restoration Experts of Topeka.

SFlooded home that needs water damage restoration.erviceMaster Cleaning Services by AAA specializes in flood and water damage removal. Manhattan sits right on the junction between the Kansas and the Big Blue rivers, smack dab in the middle of the flood plain. Every day, someone in the Topeka or Manhattan area has a disaster in his or her home or business that requires a specialist in water damage and water extraction services. Manhattan’s occasional monster floods actually do less damage per capita per year than all of the individual disasters that come between them.

ServiceMaster Cleaning Services by AAA is on-call 24 hours every day, 7 days every week, 365 days a year, because disasters don’t take holidays off, so neither do we. Our squadron of cleaning professional leap into action to contain water damage and minimize any further losses. ServiceMaster Cleaning Services by AAA brings the latest technology, cutting-edge water damage treatment products, procedures, and equipment to assure that your property and valuables can be saved.

Water damage inside your home must be tackled quickly, every moment that the water sits, every inch it spreads, is another chance for your valuables to be damaged and for mold to begin growing. Even if you haven’t experienced a flood, you may still have water damage from slow, nearly undetectable leaks or faulty draining systems – and the danger is no less. Every day you wait, the risks increase and the damages continue to grow.

That’s why we don’t care if you call us at 3AM on a Sunday night, ServiceMaster Cleaning Services by AAA will send our crew out to your business, institution, residential home, or municipal site, as fast as traffic allows.

While you wait for the professionals to arrive, here are a few things you can do to help:

  • Do not use a vacuum cleaner to remove water.
  • Do not use electrical appliances of any kind while on wet carpet or wet floors.
  • Do not go into rooms with standing water without shutting the electricity off.
  • Use fans to aerate the room and assist with the drying process.
  • Remove as much water as possible by mopping and blotting.
  • Wipe furniture dry.
  • Lift curtains off carpet, loop through a coat hanger and hook the hanger over the curtain rod to hang dry.
  • Prop up wet cushions for an even drying and place aluminum foil under furniture legs to keep moisture at bay.
  • Remove area rugs (not including wall-to-wall or other tacked-down carpeting.)
  • Open everything from windows, doors, cabinets, and drawers to further enhance and quicken the drying process.