Water and Flood Restoration Services
USA uses advanced Structural drying Techniques and Equipment to
Quickly and Efficiently reduce your water and flood damage costs
|The key to water damage recovery is a complete structural drying plan:
USA Carpet’s plan follows IICRC guidelines and the advanced “Structural Drying Techniques” taught by the Chuck Dewald Structural Drying School. We use sophisticated, portable two-stage, commercial dehumidification equipment to quickly and efficiently return the humidity and moisture levels of any building back to normal. This rapid removal of excess moisture helps reduce additional damage to the structure and contents. The plan includes:
Structural Drying using state of the art water remediation equipment.
Extraction-truck mounted units.
Extreme extractors to remove water and minimize need for demolition.
Monitoring and documentation-all monitoring is done by certified IICRC technicians using psychometrics to maximize humidity and temperature to attain the fastest possible drying time.
|Home Owners – You always have a choice!
Most home owners do not know that they are in charge of choosing the water and
flood damage contractor – NOT the insurance company. The insurance company may
have a list of water damage vendors they have worked with in the
past – but you are not obligated to use their list.Choose the company you trust!
Choose a company with a long track record of superior service and certified technicians.
We hope you choose USA Carpet, but if you need another recommendation – please give us a call, we’ll be happy to give you our honest opinion about other companies that may be able to help you.
Please call us for your FREE Estimate
||The Better Business Bureau (BBB)®
Serving Central and Northern Arizona
4428 N. 12th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014http://www.arizonabbb.org/
|Chuck Dewald’s Structure Drying School
The Chuck Dewald Structure Drying School has the distinction of being the original Structural Drying School of its kind and the originator of the “Vortex Drying System”.
|CFI members are people who take the professional cleaning business very seriously. They make the effort to keep abreast of all the latest developments in the industry, including products, equipment, and more efficient methods of producing quality work.|