Friday, February 22, 2019

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carpet water damage restoration

Carpet Cleaners Northshore Offers the Trustworthy Water Damage Restoration North Shore - Press Release - Digital Journal

Posted: 21 Feb 2019 02:32 PM PST

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Lindfield, New South Wales -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/21/2019 -- If the proper water damage restoration in North Shore is not done in the right manner, it can lead to issues with the longevity of the carpets. In fact, water damage can happen to a carpet due to many reasons and irrespective of the reason restoration should be done as quickly as possible. This is where property owners in New South Wales can get help from

The company very well understands that there are many such companies offering carpet cleaning services in this part of the world. But, they wish to share that they are the best because of their experience, their quality check standards and the safety measures they follow to ensure the proper cleaning of carpets and tiles.

When talking about their tile cleaning in North Shore service, the company says "We value your home and this is why our team takes extra care of every single object in your house". They do this even when they are handed over with the responsibility of carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning and mattress cleaning.

Apart from serving residents in this part of Sydney, they also offer commercial cleaning services. The company has the best experience and so they know that carpets in commercial properties are prone to more damages and traffic and the proper maintenance of carpets will ensure that they will keep their sheen for long, which is again important for a commercial space to attract more customers.

Cleanliness is something important and without any doubt, aesthetics play a major role in attracting customers to commercial houses. They can ensure both with the help of

The experienced, certified and expert technicians serving very well know for how to fix nasty smell, dirty stains and other dirt from carpets with ease. For several years now, they have successfully cleaned a number of homes and commercial spaces in the North Shore region of Sydney. They have left a long list of customers satisfied by providing them with the best possible service at all times.

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Lakeside Elementary making progress on water damage from January flooding - KPAX-TV

Posted: 21 Feb 2019 04:17 PM PST

LAKESIDE – In January, a custodian worker arrived on a Sunday morning to find inches of water covering a classroom's floor.

Workers later discovered a burst pipe caused the flooding. The school brought in over 70 fans in attempts to dry the carpet and drilled holes into the base boards to prevent mold damage.

As of Thursday, Principal John Theis tells MTN News that the damaged carpets are replaced. However, tiles in the hallway were damaged and the school will replace those starting March 25 during the student's Spring Break.

The school has been diligently testing air quality to ensure the air quality is safe for students and staff.

Theis wished to like to thank Complete Restoration, Smith Carpet and Corwin Environmental Consultants who prioritized this emergency.

Delta Disaster Services to Open in Palm Springs - Inland Empire

Posted: 21 Feb 2019 06:50 AM PST

Entrepreneurs to Meet Local Demand for Commercial and  Residential Restoration Specialists

Beaumont, Calif. – Delta Disaster Services®, a nationally recognized and award-winning franchise brand that provides restoration services to commercial and residential properties, announced today that it has inked a franchise agreement with Tim Goeler to open a location serving the Palm Springs region, including Mission Viejo, Temecula and Moreno Valley. It is slated to open on March 25 and will be located at 580 N. California Ave. in Beaumont.

Owned and operated locally by Tim Goeler, Delta Disaster Services will provide a reliable, experienced solution to those who encounter a loss and require restoration services – whether it involves flood and water damage; smoke and fire damage; or mold damage and environmental testing. Goeler has an extensive background in the restoration and residential and commercial services industry, including owning and operating a Chem-Dry® Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning franchise for 13 years.

"Local property owners experience significant water, fire and smoke damage, so there's a substantial need in the region for restoration experts, unfortunately," said Tim Goeler, owner of Delta Disaster Services of the Inland Empire. "The services we will offer and our insurance-friendly approach will be valuable to the area. I'm proud to be able to help alleviate stress for residents across the Inland Empire area who experience a loss and assist them in getting back on their feet. I've been incredibly impressed with the Delta Disaster Services model – from the cloud-based project management platform to their intensive training regimen and top-notch support team – and I'm confident that we'll be ready to serve the community well when we open our doors."

Goeler began his career as a technician for Chem-Dry before deciding to open his own franchise. He will run his Delta Disaster Services franchise with his wife and business partner, Justine.

Delta Disaster Services provides restoration solutions to both its residential and commercial clients. Its services cover damage from flood and water, smoke and fire, mold and other environmental conditions, as well as additional services such as contents restoration and reconstruction. The organization also has a significant company-owned operation in the competitive Denver market that serves as a model franchise and provides continual learning and benefits to franchise owners in areas including research and development and training. Franchise owners also benefit from the company's seamless, highly-integrated communication platform that tracks projects from initial call through completion, incorporating all documentation and providing real-time access.

"We recently launched an aggressive growth strategy to become a dominant force in the restoration industry in the coming years, and it's exciting to see this plan coming to fruition so quickly," said Mike Mastous, founder and president of Delta Disaster Services. "We welcome Tim and Justine to the Delta Disaster Services family as new franchise owners as well as the rest of their team, and we're thrilled to have them represent our brand in Palm Springs and the broader Inland Empire region. The team's experience and talents will help us further expand in the area, and Tim and Justine's strong business management acumen and dedication to the community will deliver significant benefits for home and business owners in the area who experience property damage."

HRI Holdings, Inc. (HRI) acquired Delta Disaster Services in late March 2018. Under the direction of HRI, parent company to the Chem-Dry® Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning and N-Hance® Wood Refinishing franchise businesses, Delta Disaster Services is benefitting from the organization's proven ability to scale concepts. In the near term, HRI and Delta Disaster Services are teaming up to build a new, world-class flood house training facility in Denver near the brand's headquarters that will allow for a higher-grade hands-on training and education experience for their franchise owners and employees.

In addition to its market-leading technology platform, Delta Disaster Services distinguishes itself with thorough and rigorous education for its staff. In fact, its certification requirements put Delta Disaster Services franchisees in the top one percent of restoration companies nationwide. Further, the brand has strong relationships with insurance carriers and third-party administrators who value the company's technology, ease of communication, highly-trained employees and superior quality of work.

Currently, Delta Disaster Services has operations in more than 30 markets, including its corporately run territory in Denver. Franchise units operate in California, Utah, Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Washington, Alabama, Missouri and Indiana.

For more information about Delta Disaster Services of the Inland Empire, visit or call (951) 447-8337.

About Delta Disaster Services

Delta Disaster Services is a nationally recognized, award-winning franchise brand in the 60-billion-dollar restoration industry, providing restoration services to commercial and residential properties for water, fire and environmental damage, including reconstruction. Their rigorous training regimen puts their franchise owners in the top one percent of all restoration companies nationwide. Delta Disaster Services franchise offices, located in 39 markets across the United States, are certified in all restoration services they offer. Delta Disaster Services is part of HRI Holdings' portfolio of franchise brands, which also includes the Chem-Dry® Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning and N-Hance® Wood Refinishing businesses. For more information about Delta Disaster Services, please visit To learn about available franchise opportunities, visit  or call (844) 726-0638.

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Broken Pipe Causes Extensive Damage For Multiple Mt. Lebanon Businesses - CBS Pittsburgh

Posted: 21 Feb 2019 08:46 AM PST

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MT. LEBANON (KDKA) — Nearly half a dozen businesses in Mt. Lebanon are cleaning up after a broken pipe caused water damage throughout a building.

It happened at a building on Mt. Lebanon Boulevard near Hoodridge Drive.

(Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Tim Lawson)

Business manager Stephen Perdziola said when he came in about 6:15 a.m. Thursday, he noticed the water damage in his business and called the fire department and the landlord.

"Water was just coming down. Ceiling tiles were down. Probably about 85 percent of our office has been damaged with either ceiling tiles coming down, carpet is wet, computers are wet, copiers, so it was just a complete disaster," Perdziola said.

(Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Tim Lawson)

According to Castle Shannon Fire Chief Bill Reffner, a pipe on a machine in a dental office "had come apart" and was running for a couple of days.

Crews shut off water when they arrived on the scene, but by that point, the water had caused extensive damage on three floors of the building.

(Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Tim Lawson)

"We have restoration on the scene. Our crews took some of the water so some of the offices could get back in business today," Reffner said.

Restoration is expected to take a couple of days.

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