How Do I Remove Water Damage from my Toms River Restaurant?
SERVPRO Can Help You Remove Water Damage from Your Restaurant’s Kitchen
US citizens are expected to experience as much as 14,000 water damage situations per day, and that includes commercial facilities. Restaurants can be especially prone to damage, between conveyor dishwasher failures, plumbing leaks, and refrigeration malfunctions. Even with constant vigilance, disasters can happen that saturate kitchen spaces or even the dining area.
If your eatery in Toms River has been affected by water damage, your local SERVPRO can begin the mitigation process within hours of your call. These Institute of Inspection Cleanup and Restoration Certification (IICRC)-certified professionals receive extensive education in the standards expected for commercial mitigation and reconstruction. This SERVPRO is also licensed to render general contracting services (#13VH04999700).
Stopping Water Damage Before It Starts
- Formulate a plan. This planning should include a list of emergency responders, including electricians, plumbers, and disaster mitigation professionals. You may also want to consider adding a cold storage facility in case of a power outage or refrigeration failure.
- Maintain your inventory. Take proper precautions to prevent water damage to food items, such as storing them a few feet above the floor. Keep track of essential appliances, kitchenware, dishes, and cleaning supplies so that you know what you need and can quickly compile information about water damage losses based on a pre-existing, up-to-date inventory.
- Inspect your facilities. This assessment includes freezers and refrigerators, plumbing, grease traps, pump systems, drains, downspouts, HVAC, and any other area that may be vulnerable to water.
- Take preventative measures. Water sensors near vulnerable areas can alert you to damage before it becomes a large-scale disaster.
SERVPRO Restores Carpeting Fast
If carpet on your property is saturated, SERVPRO technicians use a variety of techniques to minimize damage and prevent delamination. Wet areas can be pulled up and tented so that air movers and dehumidifiers can dry both above and beneath carpeting.
If the flooring or subflooring underneath is wet, technicians can restore them with the help of high-grade extraction tools. Odor control can also be performed by directly spraying or injecting carpeting with EPA-registered antimicrobial solutions or commercial-grade deodorizing agents.
SERVPRO of Toms River serves local businesses by being Faster to Any Size Disaster. You can call (732) 349-9898 for commercial mitigation at any time of the day or night.
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