Storms can leave your home vulnerable to many kinds of damage. Natural disasters are never planned and outcomes are never certain; damages can be minimal or catastrophic. Wind, water and debris can wreak havoc by downing or uprooting trees, flooding or breaking windows. Managing the effects of storm damage can be incredibly stressful as exact procedures may be unfamiliar and the emotional tolls it can take on you and your family can make a difficult time much more so. At Kill Mold, our highly trained experts are prepared for any storm related emergency and are able to return you home safely as quickly as possible. As professionals, we know what to look for and how to offer a restorative solution.
All storm damage restorations are not created equal and each situation will be handled in its own unique way. These are the general steps that will be taken to handle your commercial business storm damage restoration:
Water mitigation is the process of preventing further damage to your commercial facility and its contents in an effort to minimize loss. The structure will probably first be secured structurally and internally to prevent physical harm or theft. The source will also be determined to identify and correct the source. Excess water will be extracted and the home will be completely ventilated to encourage complete drying. Specialized equipment will also be used to assist with drying and dehumidification. All contents will be examined for salvageable retainment. Contaminated furniture and materials, like drywall and flooring may need to be removed and salvageable items will be cleaned and sanitized for use again.
In this stage, items will be separated as salvageable or unsalvageable. Structural and interior contents that cannot be salvaged will be removed and discarded. Items and materials that can be saved for use, will be deep cleaned and sanitized. Exterior and yard debris will also be collected and removed. If there is water damage, excess water will be removed and all contents dried out. If necessary, mold remediation will also be utilized to prevent the development of mold and mildew.
The final phase of storm damage restoration for your commercial business includes the rebuilding of structure and reinstall of appliances and machinery. Roofing, walls and ceilings will be repaired or replaced.
There are many things that may not be easily discernible when evaluating on your own. The benefits of hiring professionals are many fold. In the event that a storm causes damage to your home, having a trained professional to guide you through the process and ensure every detail is handled thoughtfully and efficiently, can offer a security that may be otherwise lacking during this anxious time. The professionals at Kill Mold are able to evaluate the scope of damage, strategize a plan to restore your home and lead you through the process so that you can regain your normal life again.