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Basement Odor Removal is a member of AllStates Cleaning & Restoration Services that provides emergency services 24 – 7 days a week, 365 days a year to New Jersey. Our around the clock availability and emergency services include water damage Cleanup & Restoration, fire and smoke damage odor removal, restoration and cleaning, mold and biohazard mitigation and remediation, emergency board-up services, complete reconstruction, national catastrophe and mitigation services, and much more.
In the first few hours following a fire or flooding, the damage incurred by heat, smoke, and water can be brought to a halt and loss potential can be managed by AllStates Cleaning & Restoration experts. Structural elements and the contents of your property can be stabilized and protected from deterioration. If immediate action is not taken, the repair and replacement costs increase dramatically. Our prompt job completion and proven track record of rapid response will save you and your insurance company time and money!
Our guarantee of dedicated high standards and ethical practices make us the best choice for restoring your most important assets: your homes, businesses, heirlooms, financial records, and memories.
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These tips were compiled by the National Institute of Disaster Restoration. Not all of these tips may apply to your particular situation. Use your common sense.
Disaster Restoration: Water Damage Tips:
Wherever there is a house flooded of water or an office full of smoke, you can count on AllStateserv.com – Professionals – to respond quickly.
FIRE & SMOKE DAMAGE:
• Limit movement in the home or office to prevent soot particles from being embedded into carpet and upholstery.
• Keep your hands cleans. Soot on your hands can further soil upholstery, woodwork and walls.
• Place dry, old lines or colorfast towels on carpet, rugs and upholstery in traffic areas.
• If electricity is off, empty refrigerator and freezer completely and prop doors open to help prevent odor.
• Wipe soot from chrome on kitchen & bathroom faucets, appliances and trim, then protect these surfaces with an alight coating of lubricant.
• If heat is off during cold winter, pour RV antifreeze in toilet bowls, sinks, holding tanks and tubs to avoid freezing fixtures and pipes.
• Wash two sides of leaves on house plants.
• Change HVAC air filter, but leave system off until Our trained professional can check the system.
• Tape double layers of cheesecloth over air registers to stop particles of soot from getting in or out of the HVAC air system.
• Attempt to wash any walls or painted surfaces without first contacting you AllStates Services trained professional.
• Attempt to shampoo carpet, rug or upholstered furniture without first consulting your AllStates Services trained professional.
• Attempt to clean any electrical appliances (radio, TV, etc.) that may have been close to fire, heat or water without first consulting an authorized repair service.
• Consume any beverages or food that may have been stored close to fire, heat or water. (They may be contaminated.)
• Turn on ceiling fixtures (fan, light, etc) if ceiling is wet. Wiring may be wet or damages and cause electrical shock, fire and air movement may create secondary damage.
• Send garments to the dry cleaner. Improper cleaning may set smoke odor.
WATER DAMAGE FROM CLEAN WATER
• Shut off the source of running water if possible or contact a qualified party to stop the running water source.
• Turn off electric circuit breakers for wet areas of the building, when access to the power distribution panel is safe from electrical shock.
• Remove as much excess water as possible by blotting and mopping.
• Wipe excess water from wood furniture after removing tabletop and lamps items.
• Remove and prop up wet upholstery cushions for even and faster drying.
• Place aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpet.
• Remove to a safe, dry place any paintings, art objects, documents, computers and other valuable materials or sensitive to moisture.
• Use wooden clothespins to keep furniture skirting off damp floors.
• Hang draperies with coated hangers and avoid any contact with wet carpeting, floors or upholstery.
• Hang furs and leather goods to dry separately at room temperature.
• Enter rooms with standing water where electrical shock hazards may exist.
• Enter affected areas if electrical switches, outlets, circuit breakers or electrical equipment are exposed to water. Always avoid electrical shock hazards.
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• Leave newspapers, books, magazine or other colored items on wet carpets, floors or upholstery to cause staining.
• Leave Oriental / Area rugs or other colored rugs on wet wall-to-wall carpets to cause staining.
• Use your home vacuum cleaner to remove water, possibly causing electrical shock or damage to the vacuum cleaner.
• Use radio, TVs or other appliances while standing on wet floors or carpets especially not on wet concrete floors.
• Turn on ceiling fixtures (fan, light, etc) if ceiling is wet or enter rooms where cleanings are sagging from retained water.
EMERGENCY TIPS FOR YOUR HOME
WATER DAMAGE FROM CONTAMINATED WATER
• Avoid any contact with sewage and items contaminated by sewage.
• Wash your hands thoroughly emidietly after contact with contaminated items.
• Spread contaminated water by walking unnecessarily on damaged floor or wet carpet areas.
• Turn on the HVAC air system if there is any possibility of spreading contaminated air.
• Use household fans or ceiling fan to dry the structure and spread contaminants.
• Use products for personal cleanliness and hygiene if exposed to the contaminated areas in your home.
NOTE: If exposed to harmful waste, OSJA recommends a after exposure medical evaluation. Consult your local physician or health department.
• Hose or wash egg damage from your home or building exterior as fast s possible.
• Vacuum glass particles from upholstery and carpets.
• Save containers which reveal the ingredients of spilled inks, cosmetics and paints on carpeting or floors.
• Attempt to remove ink, paint or cosmetic stains on carpeting or floors.
• Operate damaged appliance or lamps.
• Discard furniture wood chips, broken pieces from art objects, porcelain or furniture.
(Sewage, blood borne pathogens, etc.)
• Stay out of any affected area.
• Call emergency service personnel if the situation is life-threatening event.
• Treat all bodily fluids as if they are contaminated.
• Attempt cleanup of any kind.
• Touch or handle items that might be contaminated with bodily fluids.