Residents of Dunstable, Massachusetts have trusted Soil-Away for over 25 years with their disaster restoration and cleaning services. The company’s highly certified technicians can take care of any of your property disaster emergency needs. Soil-Away is available 24/7 so you know you are in good hands.
One resident found herself with water damage on the walls of her kitchen after the gutters on the roof were clogged. The water from the gutters was pushed onto the roof instead of rolling off the side of the house. After she noticed the damage that was done, a friend of hers recommended calling Soil-Away to perform the flood damage cleanup services.
A resident had lit a candle that was on a wall mounted shelving. The shelving had collapsed while she went out to get the mail. When she went back inside she noticed that the candle and fallen onto a pile of clothes. The fire quickly ignited and damaged her entire living-room. The fire caused significant damage. She was able to find Soil-Away after searching online and gave us a call right away.
The bathroom of a homeowner had poor ventilation. With each shower the trapped steam began depositing heavy moisture content on different surfaces in the bathroom. Over time he noticed the buildup of mold and asked a friend for a recommendation of a mold removal company. He was given the number to Soil-Away and a certified crew was dispatched to perform the remediation services.
A local company had decided to have their yearly employee appreciation party inside of the office. The party was always held at a hall every year. The party got out of hand and led to a huge mess including many stains on the carpet. The company decided to call Soil-Away to have the carpets of the entire office cleaned. We now clean the carpets for the company after every event that they have inside of the office.
Although many homeowners may constantly dust their house, dust is constantly flowing throughout the air ducts. It is important to have your air ducts cleaned especially if you are moving into a new house. New houses often have construction debris still in the ducts.