What are the Most Common Reasons For Commercial Water Damage in Little Silver?
SERVPRO technicians have comprehensive training for handling all kinds of water damage in Little Silver commercial properties
It is easy to get busy and keep putting off inspecting your Little Silver commercial property for water damage. However, this can enable slow leaks to go on and cause a greater amount of damage to the building materials and contents. Some incidents happen suddenly, such as a sewage backup or floodwater issues after heavy storms in the area. Other frequently seen reasons for water cleanup restoration services by SERVPRO include:
• Broken or damaged pipes
• Leaking sprinkler systems
• Damaged roofs and windows
Can a Business Stay Open During Commercial Water Damage Cleanup?
Whether or not a Little Silver business can remain open during commercial water damage restoration services depends on the type of water in the structure and any safety concerns. For example, a sewage backup would result in closure due to the toxic nature of the water. Simultaneously, a sprinkler malfunction that drenched an office may also require closure because of the need to move out the contents of the area even though this water-type is clean.
The construction materials that make up the property can contribute to whether the business can remain open if the water spill is a level one or categorized as clean. Wet slab or tile flooring can also present significant slip and fall hazards. SERVPRO techs put up security tape to cordon off the worksite and inhibit unauthorized persons from entering.
Before reopening, the commercial property needs to verify as dry according to readings on the techs' moisture detection equipment and then sanitized to ensure both employees and customers enter into a clean and healthy environment when the business reopens.
SERVPRO of Eatontown / Long Branch at (732) 858-5422 is the place to call when you have commercial water damage that needs cleanup and drying pronto. The technicians are available 24/7 to restore your property and make it, “Like it never even happened.”