How Do I Deal With The Water Damage To My Dallas Business?
To Professionally Restore Your Dallas Business, Call SERVPRO
Water covering the floor is bad for any Dallas business. It keeps customers and employees out, shutting off the income to pay the bills until removed and the facility dried. Floodwater is even worse, however, than a split inlet hose.
How Much Worse Can Floodwater Be?
Since it contains contaminants and debris picked up from the outside as it entered your BBQ restaurant in Dallas, commercial flood damage involves far more time and effort when it comes to cleaning. SERVPRO specialists use a series of cleaning agents that not only neutralize any bacteria in the water or on the affected property; they also reduce the risk of mold infesting the structure afterward.
Does It Affect SERVPRO’s Other Efforts to Restore My Restaurant?
Before our team members begin removing water, they have to spray the surface and all affected surfaces with the anti-bacterial agents. After that, we perform other operations in the same manner. There is only one added step in the process, and that is to spray every item now no longer under the floodwater before cleaning.
How Long Does All This Take?
Like any other task with alleviating flood damage, it depends on the size of your building, how much water got inside, and high it rose. That can mean one or several weeks. The smaller the facility, the quicker SERVPRO specialists can complete cleaning it and move on to the other tasks:
• Cleaning every affected surface
• Drying the surfaces
• Examining property for non-restorable damage
• Disposal of carpets and other items that cannot be returned to a safe, clean state
• Replacement of drywall, floor trim, and other structural property
To schedule a service call or if you have more questions, call SERVPRO of Southeast Dallas County at (972) 227-0800 today. We are here to help reopen businesses here, in Cedar Hill, and the surrounding area.