Setting a Drying Goal for Flood Damage in Harrisonburg Shops
Establishing Timelines for Flood Damage Restoration
From the time disasters first strike shops and stores, it is essential to get professionals moving to help. Flooding can be destructive, and our SERVPRO team has effective products and techniques to protect:
- Soft Materials
How Damaged Is the Shop?
An early inspection of the flood damage in Harrisonburg shops can help to determine what must be done to overcome these threats. Because water is one of the most destructive properties of the flooding your business might suffer, we can track moisture movement to see where hidden damp caches might exist in wall systems or flooring. Fully learning the scope of the damage can help create a more accurate estimation and drying goal.
A significant component to setting and keeping drying estimates for your property is carefully placing air movers and other drying equipment. We have hundreds of air movers in our inventory, allowing us to meet the Large Loss needs of stores and other commercial properties. Initial estimations are based on calculations made by our crew chief about the best placement of evaporative drying tools and connected water removal instruments.
Documenting and Tracking Progress
Perhaps the most important aspect of setting and keeping a drying goal is continually monitoring the progress of drying tools and reporting findings to related parties. Tracking the effectiveness of air movers and dehumidifiers helps determine when movement is needed or when additional units could benefit the business. Ultimately, it is the focus of SERVPRO restorers to provide the most efficient and satisfactory results.
When a disaster threatens your business, you want to know when you can expect the doors to open again. Since some shops never reopen after flood damage, our SERVPRO of Rockingham and Augusta Counties team prioritizes immediate action to protect the structure and your inventory from irreparable harm. Call us now at (540) 433-6100.