Water damage is a disaster for both your home or your business. But business losses really hit you where it hurts. The financial ramifications can continue beyond the present and into upcoming financial quarters. According to the Institute for Business and Home Safety, an estimated 25 percent of businesses do not reopen following a major disaster.
You have many responsibilities: employees, clients, suppliers, the community. But you can protect them all by identifying the risks associated with natural and man-made disasters! Have a plan in place (and keep it up to date) to safeguard your people and lessen the financial impact of a disaster. Make plans now so that you can get back to business as soon as possible after a water disaster and start the water removal and cleanup process.
Developing a well-thought-out response to a potential disaster is the best option. Disaster planning involves investigation and problem-solving at various levels of your organization. Then you must properly educate and train your personnel to be sure that your plan will be implemented instantly and effectively.
Look back at historic data to evaluate the risks. Use new information and tools to redesign your commercial spaces to avoid the most common disasters in the workplace.
Water damage can happen at any time. Whether from natural disasters, leaking roofs, frozen pipes, sewage backups, or flooding, water damage is a major threat to your commercial property.
Identifying the source of the flooding is essential for proper cleanup, as clean water from a broken pipe or a leaking roof during a rainstorm will be treated differently than floodwaters and sewage backups. Always protect the health of your team; let the commercial water damage experts handle the cleanup and restoration of your property.
As a local business, Flood Restoration Services knows just how important it is for you to get your business back up and running as quickly as possible after your property has suffered water damage. The team is committed to providing facility managers and commercial property owners with fast, emergency service and focus on minimizing business disruption and property losses.
An efficient response is a key factor in restoring a home or business that has been affected by water. Depending upon the source, the water may contain chemical, biological and/or physical contamination. The longer standing water remains in place, the higher the potential level of damage to the property and the cost for restoration.
Highly trained teams have specialized experience in structural drying and dehumidification; it is both a science and an art. True technicians are mold experts who manage moisture conditions to virtually eliminate the possibility for mold growth after the completion of a drying project.
Many times, items that appear to be damaged beyond repair are salvageable though advanced cleaning techniques. Specialized knowledge, skill, and processes can often sanitize and salvage inventory, irreplaceable documents, valuable manufacturing machinery or electronics.
Flood Restoration Services has the staff, expertise, and equipment to handle disasters of all sizes, from small floods to jobs as large as 1,000,000 square feet. We have experience working in all types of commercial environments, including manufacturing areas, warehouses, healthcare facilities, hotels and office areas. They are fully bonded, insured, and are approved by all major insurance providers.