Location: Omaha, Nebraska 68114

Problem: Recently we had a cold stretch with nightly temperatures dipping below negative ten degrees. During that time, the Homeowner had a pipe freeze and burst, which caused flooding in her basement. The pipe serviced the main level kitchen, and was located in the basement ceiling. Unfortunately, the pipe was located near an exterior wall and was not insulated, which left the pipe vulnerable to the cold air outside.

Solution: Using our moisture meters and infrared camera, we were able to determine that the water had impacted the basement bedroom closet, the majority of the main living room, and roughly half of the drywall ceiling. The carpet pad was not salvageable, and therefore removed. We were able to successfully dry out the carpet, ceiling, and walls using air movers and a high capacity dehumidifier. After the basement was completely dry, we put the Homeowner in touch with one of our trusted builders to get the carpet re-stretched, carpet pad replaced, and ceiling painted and re-textured.

Water damage restoration in Omaha, Nebraska was performed by AdvantaClean of SW Omaha. Water damage happened after a burst pipe break in Omaha, Nebraska.

Water damage mitigation and drying taking place after a burst pipe leak found in an Omaha home. Water damage mitigation clean up in Omaha Nebraska after a pipe flooded a basement.


Location: Omaha, Nebraska 68134

Problem: The customer had recently purchased a home and also had a newborn baby. The previous owners of the home had multiple pets, and he was worried about the amount of dust and pet dander in the HVAC system.

Solution: We were able to clean the HVAC system free of pet dander and debris to the customer's satisfaction. He gained peace of mind about the air quality in his home, especially in regards to his newborn.

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Location: Omaha, Nebraska 68134

Problem: The sheathing in the attic at this home was impacted with mold growth. A major contributing factor we were able to identify was the bathroom fan venting directly into the attic. When bathroom fans vent into the attic, the attic space can rise in humidity level, especially if the fan is running when the hot water in the bathroom is on.

Solution: We were able to mitigate the mold in the attic using hepa-vacuums, and anti-microbial scrubbing. We also put the homeowner in contact with a trusted roofing contractor to re-route the bathroom fan so that it would exhaust outside the roof, thus eliminating the excess humidity being displaced into the attic.

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