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Severe Weather can Cause More than Just Roof Damages
June 18, 2020
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Commercial properties may be built strong, but even industrial-strength buildings are prone to water damages. Water damages can occur for a variety of reasons. From storm damages to faulty appliances, water damages can plague your commercial property. How do you deal with water damages in your business? Below, we will give you some tips to help you in the event your commercial property suffers from water damages.

Storm Damages/Flash Flooding

Severe weather is one of the main reasons your commercial property could have water damages. Severe weather can cause flash flooding and damages to your business’s structure. If this occurs, you will likely have water damages. Many companies have sump pumps that will kick on and drain water from areas. This can help save the majority of your commercial business.

Faulty Appliances

We have seen significant water damages from fire suppression systems and plumbing problems. Even commercial properties are not exempt from these types of issues. If your business has any water damages from faulty appliances, contact a professional immediately.

Call a Disaster Cleanup Company

Dealing with water damages in commercial buildings is more complicated than residential properties. Usually, the business is open or has workers on site. If you have water damages, call a disaster cleanup company as soon as possible. We are trained to work alongside your staff to ensure the water is removed and that the area is restored. Water damage cleanup is a process, and we may ask you to work in other areas of your commercial property while we remove the water and dry the area. Most water damage cases allow the business to remain open so that they do not lose money or clients during our water damage cleanup process.
Never wait if you have water damages. The longer you let the water sit, the more likely it will damage the structure of your property. Water damages can become quite severe.