Restoring Your Home Following a Disaster

Posted on 18 December 2010

You never know when disaster will strike.  I learned this in July of 2005, when Hurricane Dennis hit my area.  The aftermath meant more than replacing furniture and major appliances; the aftermath demanded structural restoration.

I hired a well-recommended firm to remove drywall and flooring down to the substrate and to dehumidify the affected areas of my home.  Until you experience such a disaster, this may seem radical.  In fact, it was critical.  If untreated, mold develops into a major health hazard.  I hope you never experience a flood or a fire.  But if you do, you’ll want experienced professionals to manage the restoration of your property.

For more than twenty years, the most trusted professionals in the Austin and Dallas, Texas areas have been The Steam Team.  This full-service, Austin-based firm has satisfied the needs of residential and commercial customers whose properties have been damaged by water, fire, and/or smoke.  The Steam Team is experienced, committed to delivering the highest level of quality, and possessed of professional integrity.  In fact, the company was named a finalist for the 2005 Austin Chamber of Commerce Awards for excellence in customer service. All of their services are fully and unconditionally guaranteed: your complete satisfaction is their ultimate goal.  The Team goes the extra mile by providing vital interface between their customers and the insurance carriers.

If you’ve skirted a disaster, but need your carpeting, flooring, or air ducts cleaned, the Steam Team is still your Number One go-to service.  The 100% biodegradable chemicals used by these green carpet cleaners Austin are guaranteed safe for humans, pets, and the environment.  Speaking of pets, the company is also highly skilled in removing those awful, lingering pet urine odors.  Whether your needs are drywall damage repair Austin, pet urine odor removal Austin, or just getting your home or place of business fresh and spotless, your space is too valuable to trust to anyone other than The Steam Team. 

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