Our air duct cleaning services remove accumulated dust, mites, and other allergens from your home's HVAC system for a healthier home.
Our 12-step cleaning process makes Chem Master the Chippewa Valley's best choice for professional carpet cleaning services.
With the Chippewa Valley's only full-immersion rug spa and our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, Chem Master provides superior area rug cleaning.
Your hard surface flooring will last longer with periodic inspection and cleaning by Chem Master of Eau Claire.
We know how stressful and costly it can be when your home or business is left with disastrous water damage due to storms, floods, broken pipes, or leaking appliances. We are here to help.
From frozen, burst pipes to damage from ice dams, Eau Claire-area properties are vulnerable to winter-related water damage.
Ice Dam Removal requires specific equipment and training in order to safely remove the ice dam without damaging the roof shingles.
Fires can leave behind dangerous structural damage as well as toxic smoke and soot. Our fire restoration technicians will handle all cleanup and repairs.
Contact us today for a free inspection and assessment of the extent of your property's mold problem. Our certified technicians follow the industry's best practices to effectively remediate mold issues.
The team at Chem Master compassionately provides professional, discreet biohazard cleanup and disinfecting services to Eau Claire and the Chippewa Valley.
Count on Chem Master for the Chippewa Valley's premier sanitizing and disinfecting services and support your health and peace of mind.
Trust Chem Master of Eau Claire to clean up the mess from toilet overflow, sewage damage or clogged drains. 24/7 emergency services.
Eau Claire Property Damage Restoration & Cleaning Services
Proudly serving the Chippewa Valley and the North Central Areas of Wisconsin
Our 24/7 schedule means that you can count on us to be there for you anytime to help restore your water-damaged property and get it back in top shape.
- Veteran-Owned Business
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Environmentally Friendly
- IICRC and GBAC Certified
- ISSA Certified
- Now Offering No Contact Service Calls
- We Bill Your Insurance Directly
Thorough Full Immersion Cleaning Of Your Rugs by The Rug Wash Spa
The areas only full immersion Rug Wash Spa. Rugs are pre-inspected and then go through a multi step cleaning process. First, rugs go through a rug dusting machine which is a gentle vibratory process that removes embedded dry soil. Then each rug is shampooed front and back, fringe cleaned and detailed, full immersion wash in our state of the art wash pit, rinsed with soft water, centrifuge extraction, and hang dry over night in our controlled drying environment. Ready for Customer Pick up or delivery. Don't trust a carpet cleaner to clean your valuable area rugs, trust the experts at The Rug Wash Spa for all your wool, synthetic, cotton, braided, silk, or oriental rug cleaning. Free Estimates.
Refresh your soft textile, upholstered furniture.
Full-immersion cleaning is gentle on leather.
No more odors! Our enzyme cleansers remove lingering odors.
Faded or discolored rugs are brought back to life.
The idea of having to pay out hundreds or even thousands of dollars to cover your insurance deductible often discourages property owners from filing an insurance claim. DON'T LET YOUR DEDUCTIBLE STOP YOU FROM CALLING. We will work with your insurance deductible to minimize your out-of-pocket expenses. Delaying property restoration will cause even more damage and potentially decrease your insurance claim payout.
Proudly Serving the Chippewa Valley and the North Central Areas of Wisconsin
- Eau Claire
- Chippewa Falls
- Fall Creek
- Elk Mound
- Rice Lake
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When your basement or crawl space floods, the source of the water intrusion dictates whether or not your insurance policy covers the loss.
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A qualified water mitigation technician will rely on moisture meters to determine where drying equipment should be placed and how long it needs to run.