Do I Need Restoration Services to Clean Up Water in My Los Angeles Bed and Breakfast?
Commercial Water Cleanup is a SERVPRO Specialty – Let Us Help with Restoration of Your Los Angeles Business
Hotels, motels, rental cottages, or bed and breakfasts face a unique set of challenges when it comes to water damage. If a pipe leaks or bursts, or water floods a room from a faulty water tank or appliance, you must act quickly to ensure it gets cleaned up. Even if you have a maintenance crew onsite, you need the help of trained water restoration technicians (WRT) that arrive with industrial strength equipment and specialized techniques to achieve the best results.
What Secondary Water Damage Do I Have to Worry About?
With secondary water damage, it can take days and weeks to appear. This is why SERVPRO works hard with each project involving commercial water cleanup in Los Angeles to address all areas where water may have migrated. When primary damage does not get adequately cleaned up, you could notice:
• Wallpaper that tears away from the walls
• Drywall that may crumble and disintegrate
• Hardwood flooring that cracks or warps
• Mold and mildew can grow and fester, causing health hazards and foul odors
What About My Guests?
SERVPRO works carefully to limit the exposure to unaffected areas of your bed and breakfast. We install plastic sheeting to section off the work zone and wear foot coverings to limit the transmission of moisture from one room to the next. We bring along industrial-grade tools for addressing the water damage, which includes extractor wands to pull water from cavities, as well as rovers that remove moisture from carpets. We then set up centrifugal air movers and dehumidifiers to speed the drying process and remove excess moisture from the air. Everything is then wrapped up with thorough cleaning and disinfecting using professional-strength cleaning agents.
SERVPRO of Highland Park is available 24/7 to help with all your commercial water cleanup needs. Call (323) 255-1001 so we can make it “Like it never even happened.”
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