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How Is Professional Water Restoration In West Palm Beach Cost-Efficient?

8/21/2020 (Permalink)

A glass building with palm trees. Let SERVPRO save you in the long run when it comes to your West Palm Beach commercial water loss.

When your West Palm Beach office complex gets damaged by water disasters, it can be time and money-saving to choose competent restorers like our SERVPRO team. 

In larger commercial structures, like the office complex where your business is located in West Palm Beach, a water disaster can simultaneously impact multiple companies. With multiple floors and shared workspaces, migrating loss effects can quickly spread to several areas of the facility and cause substantial property losses. Among the chief concerns is the impact that these situations can have on contents like personal records, documentation, and client-specific files. Content relocation and cleaning efforts can help to address these concerns with mitigation tactics.

With a custodial staff for the complex, it is often tempting to avoid choosing professional water restoration companies for West Palm Beach facilities. There are multiple benefits to choosing professionals like our SERVPRO of Lake Worth team for these tasks, if not specifically for the understanding that we are equipped to handle large loss situations with industrial-grade extractors, dehumidifiers, and portable power.

Failure to adequately and thoroughly dry the facility is among the primary concerns with DIY restoration. Without removing moisture entirely from exposed materials and contents, it is likely to cause continued problems for the building such as:

  • Structural Deterioration
  • Contents Damage
  • Health and Safety Hazards
  • Microbial and Mold Growth

How Does SERVPRO Ensure Thorough Drying? 

We rely on sophisticated technologies to determine when drying goals and desired moisture content levels have gotten reached during restoration. Surface moisture meters, hygrometers, and thermal imagery all play a role in finding damp pockets in wall systems, flooring, and ceiling materials. When the results of these inspections are satisfactory to our restorers and the customer, we begin the structure's final cleanup.

Water disasters can sweep through your facility quickly and fiercely, threatening documentation, furniture, flooring, and more. Give our SERVPRO of Lake Worth team a call to help however you need at (561) 588-9777.

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