Santa Barbara Carpet Cleaning (805) 252-0702 Professional Carpet Cleaning Services In Santa Barbara, California.

Water Damage & Flood Damage Restoration On-Call 24-Hours / 7 Days A Week Emergency Water & Flood Extraction

Note:  A certified water damage restoration technician will take you from start to finish. They will provide the water extraction service to mitigate the water damage, a critical first step in the water damage restoration process, as well as the drying and restoration service. 

Water Damage and Flood Damage Restoration 

24- Hours / 7 Days A Week: Emergency Water Extraction

CALL (805) 252 - 0702

You don’t have to live in a flood prone area to be in danger of water damage. Ground flooding, a leak in the roof or sewer pipe, or something as simple as a leaky waterpipe can do extreme damage to your home, the carpet, and the floor underneath. Water damage is one of the most common restoration problems that homeowners face. The most important factor is to act quickly to prevent serious damage to the structure and it's contents and to avoid mold damage. 

From simple pipe leaks to major flooding, it is possible to restore what would appear to be a lost cause. Technicians will act fast to extract the water and eliminate the moisture from the property using professional advanced equipment. They will dry and dehumidify the property. If necessary they will extract the carpet, pull back the carpet, and dry-out the room. They will replace the carpet padding, re-lay the carpet, and clean the carpet restoring the damaged area as if nothing had ever happened. Through this process they can even reach floor cavities and walls.

Holding firm to the responsibilities of water damage restoration technicians, they will identify the major causes of the water damage, find all the water, and control the scene. The IICRC or "Clean Trust" standards of safety include written plans, hazard communication standards, personal protective equipment, and eliminating job hazards associated with slip and falls, electricity, weight of water, and the immuno-compromised. Other standards are concerned with the categories of water damage and third party evaluation.

Another safety concern may be quelled by identifying the different types of mold and understanding the principles and safety issues of mold remediation and visible mold growth.

The equipment used in water damage restoration projects include extraction equipment tools, hard surface wands, inspection tools such as thermo-hygrometers, moisture meters, penetrating meters, moisture sensors, thermal imaging cameras, air movers, axial fans, wall drying units, injection units, dehumidifiers, refrigerants, desiccants, air exchangers, heated air units, air filtration devises, and foggers.

The chemicals used in water damage restoration include biocides and disinfectants, spotting chemicals, rust, browning and yellowing correction products, pet urine treatments, carpet cleaning solutions, and solutions for fine fabric and delicate rugs.

The restoration process also involves the identification of the type of carpet including the cushion and carpet construction, disengagement procedures and delamination.

A major area of importance is how water flows through the structure, common structural problems, vapor retarding materials, crawl spaces, and hardwood floors.

Concerns will be addressed through psimple psychometry: the science of drying relative humidity, specific humidity, vapor pressure dew point, calculations and chart analysis, secondary damage, saturation, permeance, balanced drying systems, increasing the rate of evaporation, and dot communication system. This also involves reets evaporation method: evaporation as the bottleneck of drying, energizing the water molecules with directed controlled heat application to increase evaporation, understanding vapor pressure, airflow applied directly to the water, dehumidification and evacuation, and thermal energy system high speed structural drying.

Some areas of concern include drying hardwood and alternate floors such as vinyl and laminate, moisture content, tent drying, the push and pull method, and the negative air method. Contents restoration includes dying with trapped moisture, drapery, upholstery, books and papers, "special-handling contents", and contents requiring prompt action.

Other areas of concern include grey and black water procedures, ongoing inspection and evaluation, evacuation, the mitigation phase, evaluation, coordination, waste disposal, and S500 procedures.


Service Areas:

We provide Montecito carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, and upholstery cleaning services. Other service areas include Summerland, Isla Vista, Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Hope Ranch and Goleta.



+Heavy soil, special spots/stains or conditions, unforeseen circumstances, and extra square/linear footage may cost more upon approval from customer. Free written estimates are provided prior to beginning any work. Call today for a free estimate!