Can Businesses in Seminole Stay Open During Water Restoration?
SERVPRO Commercial Water Mitigation Specialists Work Around the Needs of your Seminole Business to Keep Loss of Revenue to a Minimum.
Why does water damage occur in businesses?
Business owners may need commercial restoration services in Seminole if an area, or areas, of their business, become wet. These issues can occur at any time of year and from a variety of sources. Generally, the busier seasons see more commercial water issues because there is higher usage placed on internal plumbing systems. This usage can increase the overall pressure on a system leading to sewer backup, blockages, or damp spots. Areas of a business that have water exposure require professional restoration to maintain health and safety as well as good relationships with staff and customers. Our water technicians can communicate directly with a premises manager throughout service to find a solution that allows businesses to remain open during minor to moderate water restoration.
Our businesses harder to dry than residential properties?
Business properties tend to have larger spaces with less natural ventilation, requiring special commercial water mitigation techniques to restore your Seminole business adequately. Drying a space relies on controlling humidity, temperature, and air-movement within a closed space. Companies with higher ceilings and more square feet of an indoor area require industrial standard equipment. Sometimes, SERVPRO technicians can counteract larger business spaces by creating drying tents. These tents are designed using polyethylene sheets sealed with sandbags. By attaching a supply hose from an air-mover or portable furnace, we can inflate the canvas to create a smaller drying area concentration. Our technicians frequently use these drying tents when covering large, wet surface areas like fitted carpets in office buildings or stone and masonry flooring.
What equipment is needed for a minor to moderate water spill in commercial business?
- Extraction equipment either truck-mounted or portable
- Air-moving equipment and temperature controls like mobile furnaces
- Dehumidification using refrigerant or desiccant technology
To protect your business, and your bottom line, from water leaks, contact SERVPRO of Central Gulf Beaches at (727) 391-6212
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