Commercial Water Removal for a Newark Lecture Hall
Your Newark commercial water damage can quickly damage so much
University campuses often feature gorgeous, historic buildings that fuse more traditional design sentiments with the geometry and fluidity of modern architectural design. These buildings can look wildly different from the outside, but they often suffer similar problems internally. For example, both types of facilities can endure high levels of water damage that, without careful mitigation, can allow mold and odors to proliferate in hallways, lecture halls, and lab rooms.
If Newark facilities need commercial water removal that is fast-acting and effective, IICRC-certified SERVPRO professionals are available to restore your building so that students and faculty can safely congregate there once more. SERVPRO's cutting-edge moisture measurement and extraction tools make use of the discipline of psychrometry. That is the study of how air temperature and humidity affect structures. With careful analysis, calculation, and observation, structures can return to a pre-damaged condition.
Inspecting Your Facilities
Taking care of leaks requires a combination of thorough inspection and implementation and maintenance of alert systems. Water leak sensors, whether active systems that shut off water supply lines or passive systems that alert occupants to water exposure, are highly effective in curbing structural damage and property loss. Staff tasked with property inspection should keep an eye out for the earliest signs of water damage on sprawling university campuses, including:
- Spongy floors that feel unstable
- Bulging, bubbling, or soft walls
- Recurring white, chalky efflorescence on brick and concrete
- Water stains on tiles and discoloration or damage to the surrounding grout
SERVPRO's Commercial Rebuilding Services
Your local SERVPRO is licensed to offer commercial contracting services to renovate structures after cleanup (#1992104829). Renovation services include reinstalling and seaming dried carpet and pad, removing odors with thermal foggers, and cleaning and returning desks and chairs to their proper place. If the leak started under the flooring and damaged the subflooring below, SERVPRO contractors can repair and replace the damaged portions of the subfloor.
SERVPRO of Newark serves big and small businesses with a cleanup crew that is Faster to Any Size Disaster. When disaster strikes in your facilities, you can call (302) 733-7933 to start the cleanup process within hours of your initial contact.