Water Damage Restoration
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Commercial large loss water restoration has unique challenges including around the clock demolition, large inventory of equipment and complex planning to accommodate residences or tenants. Call to schedule your free evaluation today and let’s solve your challenges together.
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The Commercial Water Restoration / Rebuild Process
Step 1 - Evaluation
If you had water damage at your business, building or property, the time it takes to get back to pre-loss condition is vital to getting back to business.
Call 24/7 to schedule a free evaluation anytime to start the process. Our team is ready to start the commercial water remediation process as soon as you are.
Step 2 - Adjuster Meeting
This is one of the most critical steps if you have an insurance claim. You need an advocate that understands the insurance process and what you are owed from your insurance company.
Step 3 - Selecting Your Building Options
Once your insurance agrees on your budget to put your commercial property back to pre-loss condition, your project coordinator will show you your different samples of building material to choose from and schedule the phases of the re-construction process.
Step 4 - Scheduling and Construction
After you and your assigned project coordinator have decided on your building material options, you can both choose a schedule beginning the work.
Step 5 - Walk-Through
Quality control is fundamental to your success, and the job is not complete until you are 110% satisfied. You and project coordinator will walk through the completed project to confirm that everything is satisfactory.
Case Study - UMMC Surgical Center
UMMC is a state-of-the-art complete surgical facility with an Emergency Room to provide care for those unexpected medical emergency needs using innovative techniques and the latest methods of treatment.
The Problem – A stoppage on the second floor cause the water from several floor above to overflow onto the nearly the entire second floor where UMMC is located. Half a foot of sewage water flooded nearly the entire second floor. Due to the high volume of surgeries in the facility, timeliness and thoroughness were paramount. Download the case study to read more.