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SERVPRO Commercial Water Removal Arlington

11/13/2016 (Permalink)

Let SERVPRO help after any water loss, The experts at SERVPRO are the industry leaders on Water, Fire and Mold Disaster for Residential and Commercial

Flooding is a problem every Florida business has to worry about. It can come from one of the frequent storms that hit our state or it can be the result of a plumbing failure. Either method of destruction means that an owner has to get the water out quickly before it results in too much loss to his livelihood.

Commercial water removal is particularly important to an Arlington furniture business. SERVPRO understands that exposure to water or even high levels of moisture can destroy the finish of an item in less than a day. The glue in wooden pieces can begin to dissolve, causing separation and warping while the fabrics begin to bleed colors overnight. The loss of a significant percentage of inventory can quickly cause a store to close its doors permanently, even with insurance.
In order to prevent this, we consider removing water to be an emergency service and have developed a set of procedures to see it done quickly and efficiently:

1) Secure the Structure - We quickly determine if there are any hazards to the building and prepare it for restoration.

2) Remove Standing Water - Use appropriate sized pumps to remove water and then check any area under those floors for further water or excess moisture. Furniture will be moved from these areas if needed.

3) Extract Remaining Water - Our technicians employ a moisture meter to determine how far water has penetrated into carpets, floors and walls. They will then use a combination of heaters, air movers and extraction machines to draw water from them. If needed, the carpet and pad will be removed.

4) Treat Surfaces - Furniture stains will be treated once it has been removed from the affected area. To try and prevent damage to the lacquer or stains, air movers and dehumidifiers will be used first to reduce physical contact, possibly smearing them. Carpet stains will be treated in place if possible unless the carpet has to be removed in order to replace the pad.

These are the first steps we take to make sure inventory and the structure are free from water. SERVPRO of Arlington is ready to help our fellow business owners reopen their doors as quickly as possible, no matter how extensive the damage may be. Call us today at (904) 721-2230 to get started.

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