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Property Damage Restoration is More than a Technical Problem

The whole South Carolina-based PuroClean team understands that water, fire, mold and property damage presents an unexpected and stressful disruption to our daily lives. Our role is beyond just repairing the property – it’s also repairing lives.

Charleston customers appreciate a predictable, systematic recovery process, with our team promptly answering questions and giving consistent updates on progress towards normalcy. Customers just call us at (843)972-4200 or email us at derickson@puroclean.com and we usually respond within an hour or two.

A prompt response using the

PuroClean QuickDry System™ can save

15-40%

on water damage claim costs.

"Very professional and helpful. Reliable, organized and knowledgeable."

LINDA D.
Mt. Pleasant, SC

“The service, attention to detail and finished product exceeded our expectations. Very well done by friendly, knowledgeable & well equipped folks.”

LEGARE J.
Mt. Pleasant, SC

Exceptional service, prompt to show up and to follow through the entire project. Very helpful and easy to reach!”

ANJA & TODD S.
Mt. Pleasant, SC

FAQ

Do you get water out of carpet?

Yes - we have a system for removing water from carpets, but sometimes carpets and pads must be replaced after getting wet.

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What should I do after a flood or sewage or water leak?

Firstly, contact a water damage restoration company as soon as possible. Don’t wait as water can cause mold and irremediable

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Will my homeowners insurance cover water damage?

Homeowners insurance provides coverage for damage that is sudden and accidental (such as water heater ruptures or pipe bursts). However,

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How do certified technicians typically handle water damage?

The first thing professionals do is remove damaged materials that will either be restored or discarded. Materials include baseboards, insulation,

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Why is water damage dangerous?

Floodwater that comes from outside and from sewage backups contains dangerous contaminants like viruses and bacteria. If the water isn’t

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