We Can Help When Your Hardware Store Experiences Water Damage!
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Water and hardware typically don't mix very well. Metal and wood components in your hardware store can be easily ruined by water damage, possibly forcing you to discard large amounts of your stock. Even a small leak can add excess moisture to the air in your store and facilitate mold growth, wood rot, and rust on metal tools and parts.
To avoid invoking the hefty cost of replacing your inventory, it is vital that you contact professionals who can quickly arrive at your store and mitigate damage. Water damage restoration technicians from SERVPRO understand that time is of the essence when it comes to addressing commercial water damage in Maricopa businesses. Once our professional teams arrive on your property, we can begin pumping standing water from your floors with the use of wet vacs and pumps. Most stores typically have vinyl tile attached to subflooring with adhesive. While vinyl is cheaper than real tile, it is less water resistant and can detach from the floor. We can usually dry individual vinyl tiles and reattach them, however, some severely water damaged tiles may have to be discarded and replaced.
We can use moisture meters to gauge whether or not water penetrated below your tile, and we can dry out your subflooring if it is found to be water damaged. This is accomplished with the use of air movers which can efficiently draw moisture from affected surfaces. Our floor restoration process can be done at times best suited for your business hours to minimize disturbances to your employees and customers.
To help prevent the formation of mold, rot, and rust in your store, we can deploy dehumidifiers to suck out excess moisture. Additionally, we can wipe down pieces of merchandise that may have gotten wet.
If your store's inventory is threatened by commercial water damage, then contact SERVPRO of Casa Grande. We are available 24/7 at (520) 421-1894, so get on the phone if you have had a water damage emergency.
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