Jacksonville Water Restoration Saves Local Businesses
SERVPRO Water Extraction Cleans Wet Floors
Water damage can impact businesses at any time, and unfortunately, many of these events can occur at the most inconvenient times possible. Fast-acting mitigation is necessary to ensure that Jacksonville businesses can reopen as quickly as possible for their employees, vendors, and customers. Flooring is particularly vulnerable and can create concerns like efflorescence, mold, or subflooring damage.
Jacksonville SERVPRO water restoration technicians use EPA-registered, OSHA-approved biocides to remove microbes associated with water damage from structural materials and assets. Techs can also implement hot water extraction, drying, and deodorization to restore water-affected flooring and drywall, among other materials.
Water Cleanup for Commercial Carpet, Tile, and Concrete
SERVPRO technicians can remediate water damage and its effects on various flooring surfaces with careful water removal and drying strategies. These include:
- Extracting water damage from carpeting with hot water extractors and specialized carpet wands. Carpet tiles may prove more vulnerable and can often prove less costly to replace than repair after absorbing high volumes of water
- The ceramic tile itself is highly water-resistant, but moisture can create mold growth in grout and cause the material to swell and warp. This deformation of tile grout can cause tiles to delaminate or crack. SERVPRO can respond with proprietary tile and grout cleaners, as well as drying equipment, that can minimize potential damage to tile flooring
- Concrete is typically very hardy, but water can aggravate cracks in flooring and encourage the growth of chalky mineral deposits called efflorescence. SERVPRO techs can address these concerns with extraction, drying, potential repairs, and powerful floor scrubbers
Business owners can call SERVPRO of Pender / West Onslow Counties at (910) 319-0600. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster and committed to providing emergency-response mitigation.