The help you need when you need it most.
Floods, extreme weather, broken pipes, water heater leak or washer overflow. A water emergency can happen anytime in your home. Whatever the cause, at Economy professionals can be there to help – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 52 weeks a year.
Our technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to get the job done properly and quickly and are highly trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, Restoration and Extraction Services.
Over 20 years of experience in emergency flood & water removal, so you can trust Economy to fix it right and to fix it fast.
• Busted Pipe
• Toilet Overflow
• Air Conditioner Leak
• Rusted Water Heater
• Bathtub Overspill
• Sewage Backup
• Washing Machine Malfunction
• Foundation Cracks
• Blocked Gutters or Downspouts
• Poor Drainage
• Extreme Rain
• Roof Leak
1. Immediately contact Economy Carpet Cleaning and water removal experts. The longer you wait to call in a professional, the harder and more expensive it will be to mediate the problem and the easier it will be for mold and secondary damage to take hold. Unchecked mold can create sickness and other complications.
2. Eliminate the source of the water!
3. If safe to do so turn off circuit breakers supplying electricity to wet areas.
4. Move breakables and small furniture items to areas of the home unaffected by the water.
5. To avoid the chance of electrical shock, avoid using a home vacuum or shop vac to remove water. What you can expect from Economy Emergency flood & water removal experts.
6. We will send our highly trained experts to your home as soon as possible.
7. Advise you what to do to minimize damage until our technicians arrive.
8. Quickly survey the water emergency situation; advise homeowner of proposed action plan; prepare an estimate for the work to be done.
9. Immediately pump out any free standing water.
10. Extract water from carpet, padding and upholstery.
11. Remove carpet and padding if necessary.
12. Apply anti-microbial treatment to prevent growth of bacteria.
13. Run drying and dehumidification equipment to speed the drying process.
14. Clean and re-install carpet and padding as needed.
15. Work with your insurance company to help with the claims process – making sure your home gets back to normal as soon as possible.
16. Using state-of-the-art equipment, inspect your home to make sure everything is dry according to industry standards.