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Quick Guide to Water Mitigation

6/13/2018 (Permalink)

Give SERVPRO a call after storm damage.

There are a lot of water problems that can affect your commercial building in Englewood, CO. This mitigation guide covers what you should if you have a supply line leaking or a burst pipe. No matter which problem you're dealing with, your first step should be to call in a commercial water restoration professional.

Burst Pipe

A broken pipe can allow a lot of water to fill your building. You can reduce the damage caused by this issue by starting pipe burst cleanup as soon as possible.

• Turn off the water to the building. If you skip this step, water will continue to fill your space. Turning the water supply off stops the flow and allows you to start the cleanup.
• Remove the standing water. Your restoration team should have the pumps and tools needed to remove standing water, whether you're dealing with a couple of inches or a foot of water.
• Control humidity. When vast amounts of water fill a space, the humidity level in your building is sure to rise. Part of your water cleanup should be controlling the humidity, or you may have to deal with mold growth and other secondary damage.
• Dry your belongings. Removing business equipment and other ruined belongings to allow them to dry is a good part of content cleaning. This method may allow you to restore some of your belongings.

The water released by a burst pipe is usually fairly clean, which means you may be able to save a lot of the items affected by the flood.

Supply Line

Cleaning up after a supply line break is very similar to the pipe burst cleanup process. This water should also be clean, which means you may not have to deal with mold growth. However, because mold spores naturally occur everywhere in the environment, you should start the restoration process as quickly as possible to ensure the fungus doesn't take root in your building.

Supply line and pipe burst cleanup needs to be started as quickly as possible. Working with a professional team gives you the chance to do the cleanup right the first time. Visit http://www.SERVPROenglewoodeastlittleton.com for more information on storm damage.

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