Water standing in your home, or business, is never a good experience. Whether it’s rain water from a storm or a burst pipe, ACC Restoration should be your first call.. 24/7. Our professional team of IICRC certified technicians are specially trained to extract water and help restore your location back to normal.
So, when disaster strikes, relax and call the professionals Bay County has trusted since 1998 at ACC Restoration. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we offer direct to insurance billing, full structure drying, a carpet and pad saving system for clear water leaks and we have equipment available for rental.
Gone untreated, or unnoticed, mold will gradually deteriorate building materials and can make the air in your home unsafe to breath. ACC Restoration can inspect, detect and remove this microscopic life form.
Whether your flood is caused by clean water or from a different source like sewage or rain, our team uses specialized equipment to ensure all water and debris is properly removed. Since moisture is often difficult to detect, we use specialized moisture-detecting equipment, as well as, high-powered extraction tools to ensure no moisture is left under your flooring.
When flooring is left moist for a period of time, mold and bacteria can develop quickly and at times, undetected. Our process includes application of a safe disinfectant that kills spores and organisms so you can be assured your floors are truly clean and safe. Afterwards, specialized, high-powered fans are used to ensure all moisture is removed from both your flooring and walls.
Often times after a flood there can be lasting effects on your flooring. A very common issue is that carpet will often buckle and wrinkle. Once your floors are dry, our technicians will re-stretch your carpet and thoroughly clean the flooring using our high-powered cleaners. Rest assured our trained technicians will help restore it to a like-new state.
Since it’s difficult to locate water inside your walls by touch or sight alone, we use specialized moisture-detection equipment that will let us see where water may be collecting. In many cases, an unobtrusive wall drying system is used that only requires small holes be made behind the base boards. This allows walls to remain intact with no additional wholes that would need to be repaired.