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WATER DAMAGE -WHAT TO DO
Find the source of your leak if it is not obvious. Turn off your water - on the service line or at your meter. Call a plumber to repair your leak. Call us, 501-940-6653 (940-MOLD) Call your insurance agent. Remove affected household/office contents from the wet floor. Exercise caution moving from a wet carpeted area to hard surface floor, you could slip and fall. Turn off or unplug electrical items. If water is dripping on electrical components, cover them with plastic or large trash bag.
Capture water with trash cans, buckets, or pails; a mop or squeegee produces immediate benefits. Tab, or raise off the floor any furniture or contents that are wet.
It is important to have proper dehumidification to prevent secondary damage with all water damage
One very wet commercial crawlspace
Oh no! Cat 3 water damage (sewage back-up)
Infrared camera showing water in ceiling
Ken and Mike have worked together fourteen years. In June 2014, they started Arkansas Mold and Water. An owner is on EVERY job we manage.
Eighty percent (80%) of our staff have worked together seven+ years; few companies can say that.
We provide Emergency Water Damage Service 24/7. We schedule mold removal (remediation) and testing by appointment. Our team has (40+) years experience mitigating losses in central Arkansas.
Our website is easy to negotiate by clicking on HOME. Our intent is to provide accurate, concise information so the property owner can make intelligent and informed decisions.
Our objective is to Provide and Maintain client trust with Focused, Integrity driven Mold Remediation and Structural Drying Services.
Our banner outside a municipal project
(2) S-500 Desiccant Dehumidifiers
Putting 8% rH air inside the building and removing the excess high humidity
Fire suppression damage to tile floor prior to clean up
Debris filled media room
Water damage educational library
Turbo cleaning tile from frozen fire suppression system
Water damage lifted carpet from the floor
FIND A CONTRACTOR
Our Industry is NOT regulated; training certifications vary considerably.
The preeminent certification body in our industry the last forty years has been
the Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC).
We suggest you visit their website (www.iicrc.org) and Locate a Professional.
Click LOCATE A PROFESSIONAL on the top of the Home Page.
Put in your zip code, radius search and Certified Firm
The page will populate with Contractors
Click on Details of each contractor to reveal their qualifications.
You can view a contractor’s certifications with anonymity and discretion.
There are a number of out of state companies posing as local contractors.
There are contractors claiming certifications or accreditations they do not have.
There are NO state regulations against this unethical activity.
Other companies have entered the market professing to be experts.
Unfortunately, some are employing scare tactics.
We do not use scare tactics; we educate the consumer so they can make informed decisions.
We are a very unique company in our industry. This is ALL we do.
Testimonials below reflect projects where we have been on-site for DAYS, not simplyone day for a 1 - 2 hour period
“Great”, EE, LR, 7/10/19
“Excellent….ya’ll are perfect”, FS, Dumas, 7/10/19
“Thank you for exceeding my expectations!!”, JW, LR, 9/09/19
“Your communication impressed me the most”, LS, LR, 9/03/19
“Outstanding…will recommend you on our neighborhood group page”, ET, LR, 9/03/19
“Everything was great”, LF, Hot Springs Village, 8/14/19
“Thank you for your generous gift….we value the history of your company’s support”, CO, LR, 7/30/19
AMW financially supports central Arkansas associations, charities and institutions. We make every attempt to source equipment, supplies and other resources with local companies. We do not identify every entity we support on this page.
An inner-city mission to the homeless, transient, displaced and disadvantaged people in the LR area
Proudly supporting our city shelter, the Little Rock Animal Village