How Can I Protect My Staffing Agency’s Break Room from Water Damage?
SERVPRO Technicians Provide Rapid-Response Commercial Water Damage Cleanup for Wilmington Offices
Office spaces are as vulnerable as any other facility to water damage. Whether a pipe leak behind a wall, a faulty sprinkler system, or a plumbing failure is the culprit, a water-damaged area can become an ideal environment for mold and odors in as little as one to two days.
If your business needs commercial water damage mitigation targeted at Wilmington offices, certified SERVPRO technicians can render this service.
What Are Some Effective Water Damage Prevention Measures for Office Spaces?
- Implement water alarms.Water alarms are a cost-effective option for detecting water damage early. Place these alert systems feature moisture sensors and can on walls and floors.
- Invest in insurance.While on-site alarm and prevention systems are useful for reducing restoration costs, your business insurance should have adequate water damage for both commercial assets and structures.
- Maintain your property.Regular maintenance prevents many forms of water damage, but it can push your claim through more quickly when an unexpected disaster happens. Check door and window seals, maintain plumbing, and recoat your roofing at least once every five years.
How Can SERVPRO Restore My Facilities After Cleanup?
A pipe leak in your break room can leave chairs, upholstery, and decor saturated with water. However, many of these items are restorable with the help of SERVPRO techs:
- Carpet and pad that have not delaminated can be cleaned, dried, and reinstalled.
- Exterior walls exhibiting signs of damage can save both sheetrock and insulation by drilling holes near the top of the wall to boost ventilation during drying.
- Furniture like end tables and chairs need sanitizing with EPA-registered antimicrobials.
SERVPRO of New Hanover has the tools you need to keep your business looking, “Like it never even happened.” Call (910) 762-8180 for rapid-response cleanup.
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