I accidentally let my large, garden bathtub overflow...the carpet in the bathroom, as well as part of the master bedroom and closet, was soaked. I used a wet vac to try to extract some of the water, and then waited for the carpet to dry out. After a couple of days, the carpet was just a little damp, but there was a terrible odor throughout the house. I looked on Angie's List for a company with expertise in water restoration. Based on their top reviews, I called A&D Hydra Clean. I was not disappointed. They responded in a timely manner and were exceptionally professional and customer-oriented. They removed the carpet and padding, sprayed something on the back of the carpet and the concrete slab, and set up fans to dry out the area. A few hours after the technician left, the fans quit working...too much power for the circuit or something. I called A&D, and the technician was back over here in no time, and got everything working again. He was very nice and said to call him if anything else went wrong....that he would come back over again, or even the following day which was the weekend. The next day, someone from A&D called to be sure everything was still working OK. I really appreciated that unsolicited follow-up call...not too common today. Another person came to the house after a few days to put down new padding and reinstall the original carpeting. He was very nice/professional...showed up right on time...and did a great job. Overall, I give A&D an A+, and I highly recommend them for water mitigation service.