Category Archives: Wet Carpet Drying

How Do Air Blowers Help with the Floor Drying Process?

One of the biggest challenges after a water damage-related event, such as a flood or leak, is drying carpets and hardwood floors. It is extremely important to dry water damaged…

6 Steps to Prevent Carpet Mold After Water Damage

Mold can start to grow in a carpet after just one day of water damage. The best way to avoid mold growth is to remove water as soon as possible…

How Long Does Carpet Drying Take?

Carpet drying can seem like an excruciating process when done by yourself. This is why the certified technicians at AAA Flood Drying are here to assist folks in Massachusetts and…

How to Remove Wet Carpet from a Floor

Wet Carpet can be extremely heavy because of all of the moisture that it has soaked up due to flooding or leaking. To successfully restore a floor from water damage…

Removing Carpet Tack Strips from Concrete

If there is a major spill or flood in an area with carpeting, the water can seep very deeply into the floor through carpeting and padding into the concrete. If…

Using Blowers & Fans to Dry Wet Carpets

What Does It Mean To ‘Float’ a Carpet? Floating a carpet is one of the best ways to dry a carpet to prevent serious water damage. At AAA Flood, we…

DIY Tips for Drying Small Wet Spots in Your Carpet

The key to successfully drying small areas of carpet is in the carpet pad. Wet carpets are not only smelly, but they put your home at risk for mold growth….

Water damaged carpets

Drying Wet Carpet after a Water Damage

Wet Carpet Drying By Clay King  AAA Flood Drying Wet carpet can be difficult to dry. Water damage can flood your carpet causing the carpet and pad to get soaked. Removing…