Restoring Your New London Office After Water Leaks
Pipe leaks and breaks can cause an urgent need for water clean-up in New London commercial properties.
When plumbing damage results in your office building, it can quickly reach workspaces through thin-wall systems and ceiling assemblies. Water can highly damage office space from the drop ceiling and its tiles to the metal framework with drywall faces. We must also protect against additional damage that water can do within the office to spaces like:
- Office Equipment
Removing Standing and Spreading Water
Water cleanup in New London office buildings begins by removing any standing water from the flooring. Pooling of any type is a hazard, primarily because moisture overwhelms porous building materials. We have several extractors in our inventory that can quickly remove surface water concerns and others to eliminate moisture that has been absorbed into carpeting or wood flooring.
Clearing Bulk Matter and Debris
It is vital to remove bulk materials and debris from the property after water damage. Collapsed structural elements and degrading materials can create more complex situations that ultimately damage the property worse by hiding potential problems. We prioritize the cleanup of office buildings to ensure that the entire drying process is completed as soon as possible.
Thorough Drying and Reconstruction
Another focal point of responding technicians is the physical destruction and damage that results in building materials common to office space construction. Drywall, carpeting, ceiling tile, and more porous elements can become overwhelmed by spreading water. While the drying process is underway, we can also replace these discarded structural elements.
Office buildings and commercial properties are common in the area, so our SERVPRO of New London team prepares for emergencies and disasters with a large loss recovery division. While the objective is the same, this team arrives with larger-scale drying and cleaning tools to quickly manage mitigation needs. Give us a call anytime at (860) 443-2222.