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Types of Industrial Equipment Used in Commercial Large Loss Restoration
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Major disasters including fires, floods, storms, severe mold growth, and accidents almost always happen without warning, leaving your property vulnerable to the effects. The damage from a natural disaster can be particularly severe on commercial property because these properties are often much bigger than residential properties and include assets such as equipment and machinery that can sustain damage. There is almost always a higher volume of damage when disasters strike commercial property and the cost to the company can be significant. A company will lose money not only due to the amount of damage and cost of the restoration, but also from halting normal business operations while the restoration takes place.
When it comes to commercial large loss restoration, it is crucial for the job to be done quickly and efficiently to reduce the financial loss to the company. There are several SERVPRO Commercial Large Loss Centers throughout the U.S. The key to effective large loss restoration is having the right equipment to get the job done efficiently. This guide explains the main types of industrial equipment that are used by SERVPRO to provide commercial restoration services for large losses.
The mobile command center is an important piece of equipment for handling large commercial losses. These command centers are large trailers that can serve as a temporary space for employees to resume business operations while the property of the business is being restored.
It is common for businesses to lose power when a disaster causes major damage. If there is no power on-site to power up the restoration equipment, the restoration process will take much longer. SERVPRO Commercial Large Loss centers use mobile generators that are powerful enough to provide power to any size building
Large scale water damage can result from natural floods, storms, pipe bursts, and from extinguishing a fire if there was one on the property. Excess water and moisture in a building will not only cause severe structural damage, but also result in the appearance of mold which will make the damage worse. SERVPRO Commercial Large Loss centers use desiccant dehumidifier units to dry large areas affected by water damage. These trailer mounted units use low vapor air pressure which speeds up the evaporation process by extracting the moisture from the affected materials. This is the most effective way to handle large scale structural drying and humidity control.
As discussed above, natural disasters that result in large scale commercial losses can be devastating to a business. However, the total losses can be limited with a quick reaction and the right equipment to complete the restoration process. SERVPRO Commercial Loss centers across the U.S. use advanced restoration and industrial machinery to provide effective large loss restoration services when businesses need it the most. Fast and efficient commercial restoration saves businesses money by limiting the amount of damage and reducing the amount of time a business has to suspend its operations.
If you need more info on SERVPRO Commercial Large Loss, please call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties (866) 445.8457
What Type of Damage Affects Commercial Buildings?
Be prepared and you will be able to weather any storm – quite literally!
Damage to any property can be highly stressful, expensive and upsetting for the owners. If you have a commercial property, then damage can have a whole extra dimension that makes matters all the worse. Fortunately, commercial restoration services exist to help restore your premises and get them back to functioning normally as quickly as possible. These services often tend to involve a range of other jobs which together can help to bring your property back to full health and save you a lot of time and money.
What Type of Damage Affects Commercial Buildings?
All the same types of damage that can affect residential properties have an equal chance of affecting commercial buildings. These include:
- Storm and wind damage – Damage caused by strong winds and heavy rain which can remove roof tiles, break windows and more.
- Water damage – Water damage can be caused by burst pipes, floods, rain or a number of other things. In any case, this can then result in contaminated water affecting surfaces and furniture, in mold growing and in items being eroded. Electricity and water damage are particularly volatile when combined.
- Fire damage – Fire damage can come from a cigarette that isn’t properly put out, from a gas stove or from lightning. In any case, this can then cause severe destruction to your property which requires cleaning and restoration services.
- Mold – Mold is highly unhygienic as well as being unappealing to look at. Mold spreads quickly around properties as air-borne spores and remediation is very important to prevent it from getting out of hand.
- Why Commercial Restoration Services Are So Important
If you have a damaged commercial property, then you need to look for a company offering commercial restoration services as quickly as possible.
As with any type of property damage, leaving your damage unattended could potentially cause it to get worse. Rainwater can get into your property if you have an exposed roof for instance and this can then cause mold and water damage. Likewise, if you have broken window, this can leave your commercial business vulnerable to theft and vandalism.
How Commercial Restoration Services Operate
When a business needs commercial restoration, they should look for services that provide 24-hour emergency services. These companies will be able to come out at any time of day in order to offer immediate relief and this means they can get started as soon as possible (or as soon as the fire departments have dealt with any potential health risks).
From here, these companies will then go about assessing the extent of the damage. This will then allow them to come up with a good plan of action for addressing the damage and for restoring your building. Often the extent of the damage might be more severe than it appears on the face of it – for instance, if mold is accruing in another room as a result of water damage, or if smoke got into an adjoining part of the building.
Once everything is cleaned and moved out and the building is sealed, commercial restoration will then involve the repair and remodeling of various rooms. This may mean installing new fittings such as bathrooms and kitchens, it might mean replacing individual items such as cabinets or it might mean repainting the walls and re-carpeting.
Ultimately, commercial restoration companies provide a wide variety of different services which together can help to clean and restore a property after it has been affected by a storm, flood, fire or any other type of damage. This will then allow you to return to business as quickly as possible.
Tips for Businesses
Knowing a good commercial restoration company is a good way to ensure you will be able to start repairing and restoring your property as soon as possible and to get to work fast. Do the research before the fact then and look into insurance as well that will cover the costs.
When you are in need of a commercial restoration company, call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties. If your commercial property or residence is in need of restoration, whether from storm damage, water damage, fire damage or mold, we will work to restore it to its former glory. We have helped many property owners, associations and homeowners renovate and repair their properties after a disaster has struck. You can count on us for prompt, efficient, and effective service. Toll free 866.445.8457. SERVPRO9840@hotmail.com
Commercial Services-Property Management
Disaster can strike at any moment
Here at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, we're here for both residential & commercial buildings.
Commercial buildings include, but are not limited to: healthcare, education facilities, & retail.
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, Property management is defined as: the management of land and buildings as a business, including keeping buildings in good condition and renting property.
Disaster can strike at any moment, and anywhere. A good chunk of facilities impacted involve property management. A good example of this would be a property manager of an apartment complex. They are in charge of the building, so they unfortunately have to deal with a lot of emergencies such as water or fire damage.
What kinds of facilities do property managers manage? There are several kinds! Here's a couple examples:
- Multi-level commercial buildings
- Multi- tenant facilities
- Small Office Buildings
- Apartment Complexes
We work really hard at this type of facilities to make sure there's as little interruptions to tenants as possible. For example, we had an incident where there was water damage in a multi -tenant office building. Our team came in and got the job done without interfering with the other tenants. We make sure we take care of your facility with care, but also with professionalism and quality work as soon as possible.
We can do work ranging from odor removal to Fire and Water Restoration. We can do that and more! We are available 24/7, so if a water damage occurs at 2:00AM in a tenant office, give us a call!
Here at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, we are ready to help in any sized disaster at any time! We work with property managers and be sure that they are 100% satisfied with the work put in. Our professionalism and fast-paced work helps minimize interruption for property managers during this stressful time.
Have any questions or need anything? Give us a call toll free at 866.445.8457 - SERVPRO9840@hotmail.com
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Learn How SERVPRO Cleans and Restores Offices
Water removal is the primary step in bringing a saturated location back to its original dry condition.
Water line breaks, damaged roofing shingles, ill-timed sprinklers, or water used during firefighting measures can all lead to a water-logged mess. Water affects different things according to the porosity of the material from which it was made. Office complexes in our area can rely on commercial water removal services to regain control over their office’s environment once again after a disaster involving copious amounts of water has occurred. Our technicians have been trained and then given experience in mitigating water problems, in both large and small environments. At SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, our training results in certification from the IICRC, ensuring that our technicians can provide the services required regardless of the disaster type, size, or level of complexity. Having a mess in only one secluded section of your office, if large, never is a guarantee that equipment stored elsewhere is protected from damage. Water takes three forms, and humidity travels quite easily inside an enclosed area like your office. In smaller offices, this type of damage can happen much more quickly than in a larger one. When the water came from a contaminated source, our services also include effective decontamination methods that render your shop clean and free of any pathogens or other substances that can cause harm or illness. You, your employees, and your customers deserve a non-germy environment in which to conduct business, and we can help create this for you, even if the situation seems hopeless. Water removal is the primary step in bringing a saturated location back to its original dry condition. SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties uses pump trucks for standing water, hand-held units that extract water from water-logged porous materials such as carpets and furniture, specialized pads to increase the evaporation rate of water held inside floors, and a combination of dehumidifiers, air movers, and heaters for removing the last traces of humidity from the air.
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SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties wants to help whenever your office needs us. No disaster is off-limits for us, so don't hesitate to call. Our number, (870) 424-0296, is answered 24/7, including holidays.