How SERVPRO Removes Water From a Stockton Retail Store
SERVPRO Technicians Have the Equipment for Commercial Water Damage in a Stockton Retail Store
Water damage can halt business in a retail store. A simple plumbing leak over a single night can completely disrupt your business and the longer the moisture remains secondary damages such as mold, wet drywall and other issues that may go undetected until it is too late. The key is fast action to clean and dry the shop.
SERVPRO is sensitive to the fact that commercial water damage in a Stockton retail store needs to be handled quickly and with as little downtime for the business as possible. Our emergency services are available when you need us, not just during regular business hours.
Our technicians work quickly to remove water and then set up industrial air movers, dehumidifiers and if need, heaters to promptly remove moisture and dry the structure and affected contents. When possible, we dry objects in place, often raised on blocks. When that is not possible, with the owner's permission, we pack and move items to another location for restoration. We communicate with both you and your carrier with each phase of restoration, so everyone is on the same page for how the restoration efforts are progressing at every point.
Mold is a big concern after a water cleanup. SERVPRO technicians are IICRC certified and know the signs of existing mold as well as the conditions needed for mold colonies to set up home and how to avoid that scenario. After drying, moisture probes are used to verify the structure is dry both at the surface and behind drywall and under flooring. Hand cleaning surfaces with antibacterial and antifungal solutions limit the potential for mold growth.
SERVPRO of Stockton has 24-hour emergency services available when you call (209) 477-3090. We are sensitive to the fact you need commercial water damage handled quickly with as little downtime for your business as possible. No matter the amount of water, we have the equipment and expertise to handle it.
Stockton was founded in 1849 and was the first community in California to have an English name. Read more here.