Avoid Delays When Dealing With a Commercial Flood Damage Situation in Pembroke Pines
Understanding how Kitchen Equipment can affect Commercial Flood Damage Restoration in Pembroke Pines
Understanding how a business works on a structural level is essential to performing any commercial restoration task. Our experience is built on years of working with commercial clients in a variety of different businesses. As the owner or property manager of a busy kitchen, it is likely that you face water emergencies at some points. These may be the result of faulty appliances or structural deficiencies that lead to massive amounts of water entering your business. Often, these may only be realized out-of-hours, at a point when your kitchen is due to open or at the end of service.
Our commercial flood damage restoration technicians are based here in Pembroke. SERVPRO runs an urgent out-of-hours service for business clients that need instant results and restoration to avoid revenue losses. You can contact us anytime day or night to arrange service, and we have technicians on-call throughout the night and early morning to begin the mitigation and restoration tasks your business needs to run smoothly. We are proud of the technician roster that boasts a tremendous amount of experience in dealing with small commercial clients in the public service industry.
Commercial buildings can be challenging to restore because of the variety of mechanical systems. Consider your kitchen. There may be gas appliances, chimneys, air-exchange systems, ventilation shafts as well as electrical fixtures. All of these elements can affect the drying process because they create negative, positive, or neutral air pressure. A kitchen exhaust, for example, can have a detrimental effect on dehumidification or air-moving systems that SERVPRO uses to speed up drying times.
A drying system that we commonly use to combat residual moisture after flooding is to create an air exchange. Wet air forms a barrier above surfaces that slows down evaporation and raises relative humidity. SERVPRO technicians may use air moves to remove moist air barriers and ensure that surfaces dry as quickly as possible. In addition to air-movement, we may decide to use dehumidifiers to control relative humidity and create the ideal conditions for drying. We monitor the progress of these systems every twenty-four hours and take care to raise awareness of the potential adverse effects of operating kitchen exhausts, electrics, or oven hoods.
Drying a property quickly and efficiently requires the experience of working within particular commercial structures and business models. Contact SERVPRO of Pembroke Pines / West Miramar at (954) 998-0600.
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