Oklahoma City Water Damage Restoration Experts Cleaning Services Launched

Oklahoma City professional cleaning company Clean Club launched a full range of water removal and damage restoration services for commercial and residential clients in Oklahoma City and Edmond. Services also include professional carpet and upholstery cleaning.

Edmond, United States - January 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Clean Club, a professional cleaning company based in Oklahoma City, launched a full range of updated water damage restoration solutions for clients in Oklahoma City, Edmond and the surrounding areas. The company is completely licensed and insured and works with expert cleaners using eco-friendly substances to provide high standards of quality and reliability.

More information can be found at http://cleanclubokc.com.

Indoor standing water can cause a wide range of issues, from damaged floors and electrical systems to mold growth, allergies and other health problems. While standing water can sometimes be removed without professional assistance, working with an expert water removal and damage restoration company is essential to ensure complete water extraction, structural drying, and to repair the affected areas.

Clean Club launched full-service water removal and damage restoration services for commercial and residential clients in Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas.

The company uses cutting-edge water pumps, fans and other equipment to eliminate all interior standing water and dry the affected areas. Clean Club then uses hypoallergenic, eco-friendly substances to clean floors, walls, rugs, furniture and other items, thus limiting the extent of the damage and helping homeowners restore their homes to their initial condition.

Clients can also contact the company for professional carpet and upholstery cleaning. All services are offered by licensed cleaners working with industry-certified solutions.

The recent service update is part of the company’s efforts to provide professional cleaning solutions for commercial and residential clients in Oklahoma City and Edmond. Clean Club is a family-owned business spanning four generations, having helped thousands of clients benefit from modern, efficient and environmentally-sustainable cleaning solutions.

A satisfied client said: “Scott was professional and did a great job explaining exactly what he was doing. My carpets were very clean and did not stay wet for too long afterwards. I am very satisfied with the results and would definitely recommend Clean Club to anyone looking for reliable carpet and house cleaning solutions.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Elizabeth McCallister
Organization: Clean Club
Address: 1769 Birchfield Road, Edmond, OK 73012, United States
Phone: +1-405-696-5714

For more information, please visit http://cleanclubokc.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 286858

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