Commercial buildings can fall victim to water damage just as easily as residential buildings can. In fact, commercial water emergencies might lead to more extensive damage depending on what caused it.
Restoration Xperts works with both residential and commercial customers on water damage restoration.
When a business experiences water damage, they need quick and reliable help. They also need to be able to minimize their downtime in the process.
That’s where we come in!
We handle commercial water damage restoration in all of South Florida. This includes the Deerfield Beach, Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, and Delray Beach areas.
The difference between commercial water damage and residential water damage is that your commercial property needs to be able to operate your business.
While water damage can be devastating to any location, big or small, there are certain ramifications for a business that finds itself dealing with downtime. This affects what you can provide your customers and ultimately affects your bottom line revenue.
When your commercial building faces water damage for any reason, we can help you get back up and running quickly.
Once we assess and create a plan of action, your business can decide what you’d like to do next.
Our team is focused on customer service, and we’re here to help you get your business back up and running after the water removal, drying, and restoration process.
Commercial water damage happens. It can be from a burst pipe or because of flooding in your area. Whatever the cause, we can help. These are the most common causes of water damage in the commercial industry:
Your sprinkler system is designed to distribute water in the event of a fire. These systems are directly connected to water lines in order to accommodate that.
Over time, the systems can wear down and should be properly cleaned and maintained. The smallest leak in the system can lead to extensive damage, but you may not notice it right away.
If you’re noticing unexpected water damage, mold, or a musty smell, this could indicate a leak in your sprinkler system.
The other potential water damage from a sprinkler system is if the systems are defective and go off when there is no fire. This does happen on occasion, and the water damage from this can be extensive. This is why it is important to regularly check and test the systems.
Chances are you won’t experience massive water damage from windows, except in the event of flooding.
However, if your windows are not properly sealed, water can leak in when it rains or there is moisture in the air. Water seeping in around the edges of the windows will lead to damage over time, as well as potential issues like mold or mildew.
Water coming in around the windows might also rot wood and construction materials, negatively affecting the foundation of your building. If you notice water seeping in, don’t ignore it.
There isn’t a whole lot you can do when natural disasters strike. South Florida gets a lot of moisture and experiences tropical storms and hurricanes. These can lead to flooding.
When natural disasters strike, we’ve got your back. We can help you remove the water, clean up the mess, and restore the damaged building back to its original state.
Roof damage usually leads to slow leaks. However, those leaks are probably going to be noticeable. You’re going to notice the dripping or perhaps the water marks from the leak.
Roof damage could be caused by wind or storm damage or wear and tear. The most noticeable signs of roof damage are leaks, water spots, wet carpets and walls, or perhaps even mold.
Burst and damaged pipes are one of the most common reasons for water damage to both residential and commercial properties.
This can happen with absolutely no warning, but there also might be telltale signs that a pipe is damaged and needs to be repaired before bigger problems occur.
Pipes could burst from freezing temperatures as well. When a pipe bursts, the water damage could be extensive in that area.
This one is unusual, but it can happen. Air ducts can wear out over time. If an air duct wears thin or is maintained well, there could be leaks in the duct. This could cause moisture leaks to occur as well, leading to water damage.
The water damage is typically confined to a small area in these cases, but will still need to be properly treated and restored.
We are available when emergencies happen. We have a live person on call 24/7, which means you will always talk to a person when you call.
In most South Florida Cities, our team will be en route to your emergency as soon as possible.
Our emergency services cover everything you need. While we might not be able to restore the same day, we will take measures to protect your home or building in the meantime.
We can place emergency boards and roof tarps to help minimize loss and keep things secure until the work begins. We can remove water 24 hours a day. We can work on clean-up and then when it’s clear, we will take care of restoration and repairs as well!
If your commercial building is in need of water damage restoration, give us a call. We can help. Our customers are our priority, and we are here to serve your needs in South Florida.