Office in Superior Has Obstacles to Water Extraction
SERVPRO Can Restore Your Office After a Water Damaging Episode
Water removal is a vital task when dealing with flood damage, as fast removal of water helps to avoid mold growth, structural weakening, microbe reproduction, and many other potential disasters in your office. However, the typical office environment can contain many obstacles or risk factors that must be dealt with before we can begin water extraction; some for the sake of safety, some to avoid the loss of our equipment.
Large Objects and Debris
Before we can start with any commercial water removal in Superior, we have to remove any large pieces of debris or objects still caught in the water. Depending on the extractors used, the size tolerances for these pieces of debris can vary greatly and may be determined on a case-by-case basis. Our technicians can manually remove these heavy and bulky pieces of wreckage, but caution must be taken, as some may have hidden or exposed sharp edges which can puncture clothing and skin, leading to dangerous infection.
Most modern offices contain a wide array of electronic devices, including computers, televisions, refrigerators, countertop appliances, and more. Any of these, plus some types of wall outlets, can create an electrocution hazard if it has fallen into the water, requiring non-conducive and sealed clothing to be handled safely. For this reason, never attempt to enter a flooded area in an office on your own and without the express approval of our on-site technicians or local officials. These hazards may delay our SERVPRO technicians as they work to contain them before bringing in water extractors.
If our technicians arrive and the flooding is ongoing, they will first need to shut off the source before extraction can begin. If the flood is caused by natural or outside means, our crews will need to wait for the water to abate. Calling us early on can help to contain further flood waters and reduce the amount of water extracted, as we prioritize fast response times for these pressing scenarios. By rapidly extracting the standing water OUR SERVPRO trained crews can mitigate losses to documents, furnishings, and electronic components that are part of every modern office.
SERVPRO of Lafayette/Louisville responds quickly to commercial flood damage calls, ready to extract water and begin restorations quickly to help save both time and money in the process. Contact us at the first sign of damage at (303) 604-6607.