WET Today? Dry Tomorrow!

How H2O Dries Carpet

When carpet and pad get wet they will hold a lot of moisture soaking it up like a sponge. If you discover wet carpet at home make sure the source of water is stopped and call H2O Drying right away. If possible get personal belongings up off the floor. Furniture can even be placed on blocks.


Our high speed process allows us to dry your carpet in place in less than one day. This cuts down on the odors that tend to grow out of control when carpet sits wet too long.

  • Step 1 : Extraction


Extraction is the primary step in removing water from a structure. 95% of water is removed in this step. H2O Drying uses an extreme extractor with a water claw to remove water from carpeted surfaces. This combination is the highest rated method for removing water. It extracts not only the carpet, but also the carpet pad. This is the first step in the world’s fastest drying system.

  • Step 2 : Evaporation


The key to the worlds fastest drying system is our ability to provide hot, dry airflow to affected areas. When drying carpet hot air is pushed under the carpet and above the pad. Heat radiates to dry the carpet, pad, and subfloor. It also escapes at the edge of the carpet and dries the wall, baseboard, and sill plates.


When H2O Drying use the hot airflow method it will dries carpet and pad in 24 hours or less. Due to the rapid drying and high heat delivered we eliminate concerns over mold growth and odor.

  • Step 3 : Ventilation/dehumidification

As water is evaporated it is critical that all of that moisture be removed from the room. The more humid the air is above the affected materials the slower drying occurs. To overcome this H2O Drying sets up a thermostatically controlled exhaust to remove excess heat and humidity.


While in some cases dehumidifiers are used exhaust is the preferred method. The exhaust we construct on site creates a river of air, exchanging hot wet air for cooler dry air. This allows us to remove gallons of moisture per day instead of only pints.