Flood Damage in Your Cape Coral Commercial Building
The Dangers of Flood Damage in Your Assisted Living Facility
As with any commercial building, a leak in your plumbing can increase your water bill dramatically, cause mold to start growing, create structural damage and electrical problems, lead to bigger leaks, more significant damage, plumbing failure or structural flooding. When you run an assisted living facility, things get even more complicated.
Commercial flood damage in the hallway of your Cape Coral assisted living home can create several problems. First and foremost, it creates a slipping hazard for your residents. Even with the area blocked off, you have obstacles which they must navigate around, and depending on individuals, could make it very difficult for them to traverse this hallway. When the plumbing leak is in a location that is the main thoroughfare, such as on the way to the cafeteria or activities area, it is even more important for you to get it fixed as soon as possible.
Because of this, you need professional help from a water damage remediation company, such as SERVPRO. Not only are we professionally trained and experienced to handle any water emergency, but we also treat you and your residents with the utmost care. We understand that the problem uproots your daily lives, and we work quickly with you to get a plan of remediation going and then get to the problem right away.
We use professional grade equipment to remove any standing water after finding the cause of the leak, then large fans and dehumidifiers to dry the area as quickly as possible. These are monitored daily for optimal drying, and we move them around as needed. We also have special moisture meters to detect any hidden moisture or mold growth. Mold can be toxic, and cause health effects, especially in a situation where you have residents who may not be in the best of health already. If any mold is found, we clean it up right away.
SERVPRO of Cape Coral is available anytime you discover a plumbing issue in your assisted living facility. We recognize that emergencies never happen at a convenient time, so do not hesitate to call us when needed at (239) 573-5911.
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