A basement flood or water damage in another area of your commercial space can quickly go from bad to worse if it’s not handled promptly. It only takes a short amount of time for water, bacteria, and odours to spread. Without proper water damage restoration, floods can leave you with severe and expensive complications, such as electrical hazards, structural damage, and even growth of hazardous mould.
Do you know what to do if you’re suddenly faced with a flood or backed-up sewer? Flooding in commercial properties can result in lost revenues and crippling repair costs if left untreated. Thankfully, working with a water damage restoration expert can significantly improve the outcome should a flood occur.
Grandmother’s Touch is a commercial cleaning company in Toronto that offers both water damage restoration and flood damage restoration for commercial properties. Our highly trained staff are fully equipped to handle all types of flooding emergencies in a professional and timely manner.
Our water damage restoration services include:
When dealing with water damage, it’s extremely important to take the correct steps to avoid further damage. To mitigate the damage, call an experienced commercial cleaning company with highly trained staff who can quickly start the restoration process.
If you need assistance due to a flood, here’s what you should do:
Once the Grandmother’s Touch team arrives, we’ll begin the process for water mitigation and flood damage restoration. Here’s an overview of our process:
Water extraction is a crucial part of the flood damage restoration process. Since time is of the essence when it comes to damage, it is imperative that the water be extracted as quickly as possible. Once the excess water has been removed, our trained technicians will commence with drying and/or a dehumidification process of the damaged area.
The drying time required will be dependent on the location, source of water damage, how much time has elapsed since the flooding, the building materials, and even the weather. Depending on the type of flood that you’ve experienced, the affected area may also need to be professionally cleaned and sanitized to prevent mould and mildew growth.