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What Are Some Unique Ways to Handle Water Removal from Orlando Business Premises?

11/19/2021 (Permalink)

Leaking pipes cause water to flow over surfaces while simultaneously being absorbed by various materials.

SERVPRO Uses Advanced Equipment That Help Prevent Destructive Demolition during Removal

Once water leaks, it flows quickly over surfaces while simultaneously being absorbed by various materials. Although mopping and extracting with equipment such as wet vacuums provide an easy way to deal with surface water, the water absorbed by materials or trapped in cavities can be challenging to address. You may need professional assistance to manage such water removal processes.

Removing wet materials after extraction might be the straightforward water removal solution for Orlando business premises. However, that option can be fraught with problems, including the inconvenience of moving bulky items or the complexities of demolishing the affected areas. That is why professionals like SERVPRO invest in sophisticated equipment that can help you manage water removal without leaving everything in disarray.

Some of the Unique Water Removal Tools that Might Help Your Restore Normalcy Faster Include:

  • Drying mats
  • Drying chambers
  • Wall cavity ventilating equipment 

Sometimes water can reach unexpected areas within your property. For example, when water penetrates beneath a hard floor material such as tiles, only drying mats can help you remove it, thus avoiding other costly options such as removing the tiles. Our SERVPRO technicians lay the mats on the floor, forming an airtight seal, then connect their vacuum hoses to an extraction unit to remove liquid water trapped beneath the tiles or even wooden floorboards.

Ventilating equipment helps in drying wall interiors without having to remove the wall panels. The systems consist of hoses and several vents that can be inserted into walls to supply dry air. Our SERVPRO technicians drill small holes at the base of the wall, drain any trapped water first, and then connect the ventilating equipment. 

SERVPRO of South Orange County has state-of-the-art equipment to simplify water removal from any commercial establishment. You can reach us at (407) 226-2621. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.

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