Dealing with Commercial Water Damage
When dealing with water damage, bigger is almost always worse. The more water that is flowing through a space, the worse the damage will usually be. Water damage in commercial buildings has the potential to be far more disastrous than a residential home, because of how many more pipes there are in a commercial building. More bathrooms, appliances, and sprinkler systems mean there are a greater number of chances for a water loss, whether this is from a frozen pipe or one that has not been maintained properly.
With a commercial loss, it also means more equipment will need to be used to dry out the area. More equipment means more manpower needed to move the equipment. This trend can keep compounding out to show how commercial jobs can have costs add up quickly.
It is also the cost of not doing business that makes a large water loss so damaging. Not being able to have a store/location open for days, weeks, or months at a time can mean a devastating loss of profit which will just makes a water loss worse. This is why SERVPRO of Minot uses every method to expedite the restoration process. Such as working directly with insurance providers, offering construction services, and using state of the art equipment to get the restoration process completed fast!
Large commercial water losses can be scary, SERVPRO of Minot relies on our experience to get the damage under control and back to normal.