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What Clean Up and Restoration Looks Like Post Construction

2/10/2020 (Permalink)

Restoration Clean Up Work Our crews will work to make sure your property is restored like it never happened.

Although you can’t always be fully prepared for when water or fire damage happens you do have control over what happens after. When damages happen like these, it’s important to us that we help you get your business back up and running. Here are some tips and a general timeline for what happens with your business after you discover water or fire damage. 

The Drying Process 

Especially if you’ve experienced water damage, it’s important that you make sure there is no moisture trapped in any of the surfaces of your building. Mold has the ability to travel by air and can grow anywhere moisture is present. Ensuring that your building has low humidity and no moisture is detected is the best way to prevent future mold damage.  

Finals Repairs and Post-Construction Cleaning   

After re-construction on your property has been completed, it’s ready to prepare for the next stage. Construction work can leave behind materials, debris, and dirt, SERVPRO teams can make sure that all of these things are cleaned and removed from the premises before the next stage of interior design begins. 

Finals Preparations to Re-Open 

Before you prepare to re-open your business, you’ll want to make sure that everything is in the best condition. At SERVPRO, we can help you make sure that your business looks even better than before by including additional services such as carpet cleaning and floor preparation and finish, surface cleaning (walls, ceiling, light fixtures, etc.), deodorization, air duct cleaning, and window cleaning. 

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas is a restoration partner you can depend on when a commercial loss occurs.

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