Commercial Water Damage Restoration
Water damage can occur in both residential and commercial settings. When water damage happens at your place of business, it can be incredibly detrimental. First of all, the health hazards associated with water damage might require you to shut down your business operations.
Furthermore, many structural issues are possible with water damage at your place of business. Worst of all, water damage usually occurs without warning, leaving little time to prepare. As a result, you should act fast when water damage occurs at your commercial enterprise.
Redeeming Restoration is here to help business and commercial properties owners across Oneida County. We offer comprehensive water damage restoration services. We always aim to restore your commercial property and leave it deep cleaned and sanitized upon our final inspection.
Water Damage Restoration
If your commercial property has recently suffered from water damage of any degree, Redeeming Restoration can help.
Our water damage restoration specialists will clean, sanitize, and dry out your home fast. These actions will quickly combat potential mold growths, decrease the chances of long-term structural damage, allow you to reopen your business faster, and eliminate the health risks associated with water damage.
We value reliable customer service, which is why you’ll always speak with a real person at Redeeming Restoration within one hour of your initial inquiry!
The Basics of Water Damage
Water damage on your commercial property can be hazardous for many reasons.
First of all, it can compromise the structure of your building. Rotting floorboards, walls, and other surfaces can accumulate over time.
Second, harmful bacteria and contaminated particles are often present when water damage occurs. These potential biohazards can put your health at risk, from minor breathing issues to significant problems involving hospitalization.
Furthermore, water damage creates the perfect environment for mold growth. Mold growths can also contribute to many health risks, cause structural damage, and spread fast. Other common hazards include compromised electrical wiring and food contamination.
Water damage might seem like a minor or insignificant issue in the short term, but often leads to more severe long-term issues. As a business owner, you are responsible for the health and safety of your employees and customers. That’s why tackling water damage problems early on is even more critical.
Levels of Water Contamination
When water damage occurs, there are three possible water contamination levels that can exist. Typically, they are referred to as category one, two, and three. Redeeming Restoration can handle all types of water damage fast!
● Category One: Commonly called whitewater. Usually, this contamination originates from rainwater or damaged water supply lines.
● Category Two: Commonly called greywater. Generally, this originates from contaminants at the source, such as appliance malfunction, bathwater, or shower water overflow.
● Category Three: Commonly called blackwater, this is the most dangerous type of water damage. In this case, contaminants are extremely toxic, such as toilet overflows, sewage backups, and stormwater flooding.
Our Water Damage Restoration Process
Redeeming Restoration has streamlined our commercial water damage restoration process into a convenient multi-step procedure proven to quickly fix your water damage problems.
Step 1: Initial Inspection and Assessment
First, we begin with a detailed and comprehensive inspection. When we arrive at your commercial property, we will inspect all damaged areas and take proper documentation. We will use this information to create a unique restoration plan for your commercial property.
Step 2: Water Removal and Extraction
Next, we will execute our plan of action by extracting excess water from your property. This is critical to preventing the spread of bacteria and encouraging mold growth. With our training and specialized water extraction equipment, this step goes by fast.
Step 3: Drying Out Your Commercial Property
This critical step will remove any remaining excess moisture from your commercial enterprise. We use commercial-grade dryers and dehumidifiers to evaporate moisture and droplets lingering in the air. This step generally takes between 12 to 72 hours for thorough drying, depending on the size and amount of water accumulated in the affected area. Typically, this equates to 3 days.
Step 4: Cleaning and Sanitation Protocols
Next, we will begin cleaning and sanitizing your property. This is important to remove grey- and blackwater, which might contain particles dangerous to you, your employees, and customers’ health. Redeeming Restoration utilizes Benefect’s disinfectant and cleaner. Benefect is a powerful botanical cleaning surfactant with no synthetic chemicals, is EPA approved, and kills over 99.9% of bacteria.
Step 5: Restoration, Mitigation, and Remediation
Restoration might be minimal or extensive, depending on the underlying damage, and repair might include removing damaged areas such as furniture, business office materials, drywall, and flooring.
Mitigation efforts are also essential to repair and replace damaged property. Furthermore, we do what we can to prevent future issues on your property. Our goal is not to leave until we have conducted a final inspection, and your 100% satisfaction matters to us.
Why You Should Choose Redeeming Restoration
At Redeeming Restoration, customer service is at the heart of what we do. That’s why you’ll always speak with a real person within one hour of your initial inquiry. We are entirely family-owned and operated and offer direct insurance billing. Furthermore, we keep you updated every step of the way, so you never have to wonder about the status of your restoration process.
Contact Us To Learn More
If you are ready to restore your commercial property after water damage, then don’t wait any longer to reach out to our friendly representatives at Redeeming Restoration. We want to give you the peace of mind you deserve with our streamlined water damage restoration process.
Give us a call today at 317-335-6235 or visit our website for more information.