Commercial Water & Flood Damage Repair
Like smoke and fire damage, water is one of the most destructive perils to a business. A fast response to begin the drying process is critical to avoid further damage, such as bacteria growth requiring mold removal. Reynolds has a team of certified water damage restoration technicians that will ensure this process is initiated as quickly as possible to help you get your business back to pre-loss condition.
Since 2005, we have been one of the leading water damage cleanup and restoration companies in the area. With trained personnel and advanced water cleanup equipment, we get in and make quick work of your water and flood damage. Our experts are certified to assess your water damage and propose the right water restoration solutions.
The Water Damage Restoration Process
Water damage restoration is a complex process — one that requires sophisticated equipment, technical expertise and attention to detail. Mold and mildew can spread if not remediated quickly and effectively, which is why it’s crucial to work with a team that’s knowledgeable and thorough.
Every water emergency is different, though typically the steps in a flood damage restoration project will include the following equipment and techniques:
- Dispatching a team to your location, typically within an hour after the incident
- Conducting an assessment of the damage and developing a comprehensive repair plan
- Removing any electrical components, furniture and appliances that are exposed to water
- Removing and extracting any standing water, especially in basement flood cleanup
- Drying the area using a commercial air extractor or dehumidifier to prevent mold growth
- Performing residential and commercial cleaning, sanitizing the walls, carpet cleaning and more to ensure odor removal for events like sewage backups
- Repairing or replacing any damaged furniture, carpeting or appliances
- Completing any additional infrastructure repairs
Often, the extent of flood damage isn’t immediately evident. Repair plans can change as the job progresses, which is why you need to work with restoration experts that maintain excellent communication with you and any other stakeholders throughout the process.