Appliance Leak Cleanup in Gainesville, Ocala, & Lake City

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Appliances that use water can break at any moment. The most common cause of appliance leaks are age or faulty wires or plumbing. Your dishwasher, washing machine, air conditioner, and the like, are huge compared to your other items, and if a sudden crack or leak ocurs, it can generate nasty floods that can be a challenge to clean.  Drying the affected area with a mop and bucket may ease the situation, but if you want your living spaces cleaned thoroughly, it is better that you seek help from the professionals.

The Benefits of a Professional Clean

The one element that makes this type of cleaning job different is the presence of the damaged appliance. Appliance Leak Cleanup These machines are often plugged into a socket, and a simple mistake can send a terrifying shock into your system. Furthermore, with the volume of water that was expelled, it is likely that secondary water damage issues will occur in due time. Mold, wood rotting, structural weakening, and the like, can seriously affect your living spaces and your health. By hiring the experts, you will save yourself from using impractical cleaning techniques, and this spares you from wasting your time and energy.

The technicians here at Dreyer's DKI have been in the cleaning and restoration business for many years. With this experience in their hands, they immediately know what to do once they face the situation. Whenever we clean leaks made by your appliances, we will make sure to secure the area first – to avoid unnecessary injuries – and use the right equipment and cleaning methods to do the job. We are fast, reliable, and within your budget. Give us a call at: 352-403-0350 today!

Leaks that we handle include:

  • Refrigerators
  • Dishwashers
  • Washing Machines
  • Water Heaters
  • Heating and Cooling Equipment
  • Dishwashers
  • And A Whole Lot More!

Visit our contact page here for further questions and inquiries or call 352-403-0350.