Some flooded by business after rains
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Business continues to pour in for DynaClean
de-flooding and carpet cleaning service in Temple.
Since the heavy rains last week in Central Texas, general manager Luis Hernandez said the calls have been coming in.
"We've seen flooding two or three years ago, but not quite to this extent," he said.
Hernandez said the jobs they work on range from water extraction to spraying and disinfecting areas damaged by water.
While he said they also have an office full of rugs and carpet, they are working to dry out as well.
"Typically we have ten to 15 projects per day, and we're in the 40 plus range since Wednesday," he said.
He believes they have yet to see the full extent of calls from the recent flooding.
"There's going to be lots of individuals who may have had a little bit of water and didn't think that's a concern," he said. "Right about now or in the next day or so, they are going to start having a smell that is typically going to be a bacterial type odor."
The City of Killeen is in the process of accessing the damage done from the storm.
All residents who have had personal property damage as a result of the storm are asked to submit a flood damage form. The questionnaire asks participants about the extent of damage received.
Information from these forms will be used by the city to try to seek state and federal relief funds.
Click here to access the form.