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Restoration projects can include cleaning up the damage from water/flooding, fire/smoke, biohazard/crime scene/trauma and wind/storms—as well as mold remediation and more.
When your home or business is in need of restoration, it can seem overwhelming. As you consider restoration needs, you’ll probably realize that there’s a lot to think about. What company should you choose? What company can you trust? What company is going to do the best job for your specific project?
As it turns out, there are three things you really need to consider before choosing a restoration company to get the job done right.
When you consider Calloway Cleaning and Restoration for your restoration project, you’ll soon realize that we fit the bill on all accounts.
We’re a local company, serving Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio (both Cincinnati and Dayton). We have great reviews—a 4.9-star rating after 242 reviews. And, last but not least, our trained technicians are on call 24/7 for all of your restoration needs.
What are you waiting for? Help is just a call-o-way! (513) 505-4656.
Believe it not, winter is knocking at the door. But before you get all snuggled up and cozy near the warm fire, it’s important to make sure that your home’s pipes are ready for what’s to come. If not, they can easily break or freeze, causing flooding all over your home. Keep reading to learn how to best prepare your pipes for the winter—and what to do if disaster strikes.
How can you prepare your pipes for the winter?
As winter rolls in, the temperatures keep dropping, which can lead to big problems if your pipes are unprepared. To prevent pricey damage from a broken, burst or frozen pipe, here are three simple steps to follow.
What if your pipes still burst, break or freeze?
If you take every precaution and your pipes still burst, break or freeze this winter, it can easily lead to flooding throughout your home and can even damage the foundation structure.
How can Calloway Cleaning & Restoration help?
If you find yourself the unfortunate victim of a burst pipe this winter, don’t worry—because we’re here to help. At Calloway Cleaning & Restoration, we specialize in water damage restoration. We know that flooding can wreak havoc on your home and belongings. That’s why our trained technicians are on call 24/7. They arrive on the scene with powerful, state-of- the-art equipment that extracts the water from your home. We always work hard to make sure that your home is restored in a proper and timely manner. If you need help preparing your pipes for winter—or if your pipes have burst—simply pick up the phone. Help is just a call-o-way! Give us a call today at (513) 505-4656.
Do you have tile and grout anywhere in your home? Many people have it on their floors or walls, especially in their kitchen, bathrooms or even their swimming pool. Tile can look phenomenal in a home and it can really help bring it to life! But tile and grout can also get dirty very easily, which can cause some issues in your home. That’s why it’s important to keep it clean—and that’s where Calloway can help.
A complete tile and grout cleaning can completely change the look of your tiled spaces. Read on to learn three reasons that tile and grout cleaning is so important—and then call Calloway to help get the job done!
Why should you get your home’s tile and grout cleaned?
Although tile and grout can greatly improve a room’s appearance, it can quickly get dirty, which can easily become a mess and even lead to the spread of bacteria. Here are the main three reasons you should get your tile and grout cleaned.
Ready to get your home’s tile and grout cleaned?
Tile and grout cleaning is one of our specialties at Calloway Cleaning & Restoration!
When it comes to tile on floors and walls, we use high-quality tile and grout cleaning chemicals and 200+ degrees of steam. We usually do tile and grout cleaning in bathrooms and kitchens, but we can work anywhere you have tile and grout. No matter what, we promise to make your tile look brand new—and usually in just one hour or less! When we’re done, your tile will look fresher than ever before, shining bright with a sparkle you’ll love. Plus, the mold, mildew, dust, dirt and bacteria will be gone!
What are you waiting for? Help is just a call-o-way! Give us a call today at 513-505-4656.
Ready or not, fall is right around the corner! The crisp air, the pumpkin aromas and the falling leaves are everywhere. Fall is a beautiful time of year—and it’s also the perfect time to get your home ready for the cooler months ahead. It’s important to know the top 3 things you can do now to get your home ready for Fall—so you won’t find yourself unprepared.
Ready to begin preparing your home for Fall? At Calloway Cleaning and Restoration, we specialize in pipe examination, air duct cleaning and carpet cleaning. We’re ready and waiting to help your home become the safest, cleanest home around—just in time for the cooler months.
Give us a call today at 513-505-4656!
Are you one of the many people in America who have mold growing in your house? Unfortunately, mold is a problem that people have been dealing with for years. Read on to learn why mold grows, the health problems it can cause as well as how to successfully get rid of it.
Why is mold growing in your house?
When mold shows up outside, it’s actually a good thing. It’s a normal part of nature, as it breaks down dead organic matter (including fallen leaves and dead trees). But when you see mold indoors, it’s another story.
Mold grows indoors when surfaces are wet. Mold won’t grow if moisture is not present. This moisture can be due to condensation, water leaks (which can often happen because of leaking pipes) or many other reasons. When something in your house is wet for 24 to 72 hours, mold can easily begin to grow.
Can mold cause health problems?
The short answer is: yes!
Mold can easily produce allergens, irritants and potentially toxic substances. If you touch or inhale any mold, it can trigger allergic reactions, including sneezing, runny nose, red eyes and skin rashes.
Even if you aren’t allergic to mold, it can still easily irritate your eyes, skin, nose, throat and lungs. Plus, the higher the level of mold in your home, the more likely you are to experience coughing, sore throat, headaches, diarrhea, vomiting, brain fog, dizziness and lack of energy.
How can you get rid of mold in your house?
If you detect mold in your house, the key is to act quickly. Mold damages whatever it grows on—and the longer it grows, the more damage it can cause. It’s important to take care of mold as soon as possible so you can prevent damage to your home and belongings, save money and avoid potential health problems.
Indoor mold growth can most likely be controlled by cleaning up the mold and then getting rid of the moisture that allowed it to grow in the first place.
So, once you suspect mold in your house, where do you begin? A great first step is to call a professional mold remediation service, such as Calloway Cleaning and Restoration. Mold remediation is one of our specialties! We’ll handle your mold problem in three simple steps.
If you’ve recently suffered water or flood damage, have started to detect a musty odor or simply just believe you have mold in your house, it’s time to call Calloway Cleaning and Restoration. Our professional mold remediation experts are ready to help you eliminate your mold problem once and for all. Give us a call today at 513-505-4656!
At Calloway, we specialize in making your home look great, feel amazing and be healthy for everyone who lives there. That’s why we focus on five types of cleaning—carpet cleaning, air duct/vent cleaning, furniture cleaning, tile/grout cleaning and odor removal—as well as five types of restoration—water/flood damage, fire/smoke damage, mold remediation, biohazard/crime scene/trauma cleanup and wind/storm damage.
We happily offer 24/7 services in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio (both Cincinnati and Dayton). When you work with Calloway, you can rest easy, knowing that we’re a committed leader in the service industry. Quality service and superior customer care are just the beginning! Experience the magic of Calloway today.