Experience the best carpet drying Brisbane has to offer. PRO DRY Carpet Cleaning are the expert carpet dryers and we can bring your carpeting back to what it was.
Unfortunately, accidents are going to happen which can result in your carpet getting very wet. It's imperative to act immediately to remove the water so that the drying process can begin.
We offer carpet water damage services to extract the moisture from the carpet and underlay which then enables us to offer you our carpet drying services to get everything back to normal.
We can supply you with industrial dehumidifiers and turbo air dryers to accelerate the drying process and remove moisture. Once this has been completed, we highly recommend you get a post water damage carpet clean to destroy the remaining bacteria and stop potential mould growth and odours before it happens.
PRO DRY Carpet Cleaning meets and adheres to the following standards and reference guides for carpet drying: ANSI/IICRC S100 Standard for Professional Cleaning of Textile Floor Coverings, ANSI/IICRC S800 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Inspection of Textile Floorcovering, ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard for Professional Water Damage Restoration, ANSI/IICRC S520 Standard for Professional Mold Remediation
Getting your carpet dry as soon as possible is critical for salvaging it. PRO DRY Carpet Cleaning's emergency response services will come to you anywhere in Brisbane to help get your premises back to the way it should be.
If you can manage to get your carpet dry fast, you could prevent permanent damage such as carpet rot and degradation. Once the carpet is completely dry, it should be hygienically cleaned, sanitised, and disinfected to prevent mould growth, destroy bacteria, and stop strong odours from appearing.
Extraction: Firstly, you must have the water extracted from your carpeting before the drying process can begin.
Set Up: We will determine how many dehumidifiers and turbo air dryers you need for the affected area and strategically set them up to maximize efficiency.
Time: The drying equipment must stay continuously running for at least 24 hours to extract more moisture and to dry the carpeting.
Inspect: After 24 hours, the affected area can be inspected to see if it's completely dry or if the equipment needs to run for longer.
Collection: Once the carpet is completely dry, the equipment can be collected.
Once the carpet is completely dry and the equipment has been collected, we highly recommend you get the carpet hygienically cleaned, sanitised, disinfected, and deodorised.
If this process is not done, the remaining bacteria that is still in the carpeting can cause mould and strong odours to appear afterwards.
Over time, prolonged exposure to moisture can cause the fibres to swell, lose tensile strength, and become susceptible to tearing, fraying, or disintegration.
By implementing effective carpet drying and post drying cleaning techniques, such as increased airflow, moisture extraction, and anti-bacterial cleaning, the drying process helps restore the carpet's original strength and structural stability, preventing potential deterioration.
Our cleaning process exceeds the standards of AS/NZS 3733 and can remove bacteria and living organisms while leaving your carpeting clean, sanitised, and deodorised.
A post water damage bacterial clean to remove water marks and odour-causing bacteria from the carpeting.
The process of drying wet carpet is of utmost importance due to the potential hazards and damages associated with excess moisture. Addressing wet carpets promptly is essential to mitigate further harm, prevent the growth of mould and mildew, and preserve the structural integrity of both the carpet and the underlying flooring.
One primary reason why drying wet carpet is crucial is the prevention of mould and mildew growth. When carpets remain damp or wet for an extended period, they create an ideal environment for mould spores to thrive.
Mould can proliferate rapidly, leading to health risks and structural deterioration. Mould spores can trigger allergies, respiratory issues, and other adverse health effects in occupants. Additionally, mould can gradually break down the organic components of the carpet, resulting in irreversible damage. Therefore, drying the carpet thoroughly and promptly is vital to inhibit mould growth and minimize potential health hazards.
Another critical aspect of drying wet carpet is the preservation of the carpet's structural integrity. When carpets absorb excess moisture, their fibres can become weakened and prone to damage.
Furthermore, drying wet carpet aids in mitigating damage to the underlying flooring and subfloor. If excess moisture permeates through the carpet and reaches the subfloor, it can lead to wood rot, warping, or the growth of mould and mildew.
Moisture-related damage to the subfloor not only compromises its structural integrity but can also extend to other components of the building, potentially necessitating expensive repairs. By properly drying the carpet, the moisture content in the subfloor can be reduced, minimising the risk of secondary damage and preserving the overall integrity of the flooring system.
Lastly, drying wet carpet helps prevent the development of unpleasant odours. Lingering moisture in the carpet fibres can create an environment conducive to bacterial growth, resulting in musty odours.
These odours can permeate throughout the space, compromising indoor air quality and creating an unpleasant living or working environment. By thoroughly drying the carpet, the moisture is eliminated, reducing the chances of bacterial proliferation and associated odours.