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Flooding in a Commercial Building

12/28/2017 (Permalink)

Hotels are just one examples of business which cannot close even during an emergency

Trust SERVPRO of Blackwood / Gloucester Township to Get Your Business Open After Flooding

A water loss in a commercial building cannot wait for clean up. Fortunately, SERVPRO of Blackwood / Gloucester Township has the equipment, training and experience to eliminate the effects of any plumbing failure and keep the doors open.

Commercial carpets are typically much easier to dry that residential carpet as they do not have a pad underneath and rest on a concrete floor. Also the service areas tend to be larger and more accessible. These factors make drying less complicated than a residential water loss. Although each case is unique, the typical process is as follows...

SERVPRO of Blackwood / Gloucester Township technicians use extraction wands to remove water from the floor. Depending on the size of the area, we use either hand-held wands, similar to wet/dry vacuum found in most home workshops or a much larger device a team member stands on to drive across the room. We can extract several large rooms in just a matter of hours. 

Technicians then set up dehumidifiers to remove moisture from the air. They also strategically place units to draw out water absorbed into the walls. 
To aid the dehumidifiers, we set up fans to draw in warm, dry air replacing the cold, damp air. To dry the structure, technicians install air movers which blow heated air into walls and ceilings to expedite drying. 
Flooding does not mean shutting down a business for weeks or even days. SERVPRO of Blackwood / Gloucester Township can help you reopen your doors quickly. If you need our services, call today at 856-227-7800.

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