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Services provided by PuroClean of Smithtown

PuroClean, a leader in property emergency services, helps families and businesses overcome the devastating setbacks caused by water, fire, mold, and other conditions resulting in property damage.

Water Damage Restoration

Water damage can come in many forms, whether it’s extensive flooding, a leaky washing machine, the water used to put out a fire, or frozen or burst pipes. Time is of the essence with water damage, so call PuroClean of Smithtown right away.

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Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Fires can cause structural damage and hard-to-remove stains from soot and smoke. PuroClean of Smithtown can do demolition of affected areas and vanish stubborn smoke stains and odors with our state-of-the-art ultrasonic cleaning technology.

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Mold Removal

Mold can cause serious health problems and persist in hidden places on your property. If you have a mold problem — or even suspect you do — call PuroClean right away. Our HEPA filtration systems can clean the air of dangerous spores and make the air in your home fresh and clean again.

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Biohazard Cleanup

PuroClean of Smithtown restoration professionals are licensed, insured, and certified to remediate biohazard environments safely and in accordance with all applicable laws and standards. We understand that some events may be sensitive and must be handled with compassion and discretion.

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Reconstruction

When PuroClean of Smithtown handles the job from start to finish, you can enjoy significant claim savings, as well as the peace of mind that your property is in expert hands.

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Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Regular carpet cleaning can promote a safe and healthy environment. Carpets can wreak havoc on a healthy indoor environment if left untreated.

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Duct Cleaning Services

Dirty ducts in your home, school or workplace may contribute to larger energy bills, exacerbate health issues or harbor contaminants.

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Commercial Services

PuroClean provides restoration services for property owners who experience large-scale property damage.

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Not only is Robert the nicest, most professional person I have ever met, he cleaned our ductless AC units that he had to research to familiarize himself with. He called promptly, showed up on time [...]

STEPHANIE COHEN

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Michael and I are profoundly grateful for the expertise and care we received from Robert Corrado's "A Team" of experts that mitigated our Storm Damage post Hurricane Florence. Their consummate [...]

LINDA FITZGERALD
Atlantic Beach, NC

The team from PuroClean of Smithtown, led by Matt Moran, came to our assistance quickly to mitigate the damage to our property from Hurricane Florence. They were courteous, professional, and [...]

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Atlantic Beach, NC

FAQ

What is mold?

Mold is a type of fungus that lives almost everywhere there is moisture, oxygen, and organic matter. Mold plays an important role in nature as it helps decompose organic material. [...]

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Do you clean water damaged furniture?

It depends on the material and how long it was wet. We can asses this for you during a visit. [...]

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What are the signs of an electrical fire?

Circuit breaker keeps tripping, persisting burnt smell with no identifiable source, several discolored or charred outlets and switches, or you have old or outdated wiring. [...]

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What is the difference between mold and mildew?

[VIDEO] Both mold and mildew are part of the “fungal” group of organisms. They both produce spores, and mycotoxins and allergyns. They are, obviously, very similar. IN GENERAL: mildew grows [...]

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How do I know if it’s black mold?

Black mold has a musty, pungent smell akin to rotting leaves, so look out for an unpleasant odor in your home as well as visible dark rings and spots. If [...]

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