The residents of Woburn, Massachusetts have been served by Soil-Away for years. They trust us to be there for all disaster restoration and cleaning service needs. Our technicians are all certified, and will efficiently complete any project they take on with the utmost professionalism.
Extreme weather, such as excessive rain, can cause flood damage resulting in costly repairs needing to be made. One customer, for example, called us to take care of basement flooding caused by a hurricane. Soil-Away immediately sent certified technicians to extract the flood water then clean and dry the basement.
After a chimney fire, a Woburn resident was left with fire damage, particularly black soot. They were given offers by several other franchise restoration companies, but had previously had a positive experience with Soil-Away. They quickly decided to hire us again. We sent a certified team of technicians to restore the damaged property to pre-loss condition. Unsightly black soot was cleaned and removed from the property along with the existing smoke odors.
A family purchasing a house found mold on the walls in the basement due to some leaky pipes. They called Soil-Away, which was recommended to them by a friend. In response, we sent out IICRC certified technicians to assess the issue and remove the mold. The services were performed correctly and within the timeline of the property purchase.
When a Woburn landlord inspected a vacated apartment they found unwanted fur left from the previous tenant’s pet. The concerned landlord needed to be sure the fur and pet dander was all removed in case a future renter had allergies. They called us up and we cleaned the carpets so that they could start offering renting space soon after.
Air ducts are important for any office building, so when an office in Woburn discovered theirs had harmful dust and debris, they called us immediately to handle the problem. Our NADCA certified technicians were able to quickly clean the air ducts, ensuring the HVAC system was not circulating unwanted contaminants.
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