The Importance of Water Mitigation for Jacksonville Businesses
SERVPRO’s Water Mitigation Strategies Help Jacksonville Businesses Bounce Back!
With all the things a business owner has on their plate daily, preparing for the possibility of an emergency like water damage should be near the top of the list. A leaking roof from storms, flooding, or burst pipes are just a few of the many ways that water can impact your Jacksonville business. Failing to address it as soon as possible leaves you open to immense costs and an insane amount of damage and loss. SERVPRO offers trusted water mitigation and restoration to minimize your downtime while helping you to resume operations faster.
One of the more significant issues businesses face regarding commercial water damage is how quickly bacteria and mold growth can spread within the building. Not only that, but you have wood swelling, flooring that buckles, saturated drywall, and other materials or inventory taking on water. These reasons are why water mitigation efforts in Jacksonville are so important.
SERVPRO’s process for water mitigation and restoration includes:
- Assessment of your commercial building for water damage and all areas where moisture migrated.
- Restoration of the building and recovery depending on the severity of water damage to flooring, walls, and other materials.
- Removal of items to determine salvageability includes documents, equipment, books, furnishings, computers, and anything impacted by water.
- After removing salvageable items, cleaning, sanitizing, and reconstruction begins.
The first order of business when water damage develops within your commercial space is to contact our professional restoration team. You can also contact your insurance provider to let them know the incident occurred. Throughout mitigation and restoration efforts, we help keep detailed documentation to help facilitate your insurance claim.
Give us a call at SERVPRO of Pender/West Onslow Counties today at (910) 319-0600. We can send a crew out as soon as possible to begin commercial water mitigation efforts.