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Commercial Water Damage in Your Dublin Restaurant

4/25/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial Commercial Water Damage in Your Dublin Restaurant For Commercial Water Extraction in Dublin, Contact SERVPRO

SERVPRO Strives to Extract Water and Mitigate Damages to Your Eatery

The plumbing system in your busy Dublin restaurant puts up with much use. When many people are filtering in and out of bathrooms all the time, it is essential that you keep up with plumbing repairs and maintenance. Not only can plumbing problems like sewer backups and broken pipes cause water damage to your building, but also inconveniences and potential health hazards for your customers and employees.
 
Therefore, it is a good idea to have the plumbing system for your business maintained and regularly inspected. When a disaster or just a leak does strike, you could have plenty of commercial water damage to your Dublin restaurant to clean up. You want to do this quickly so your restaurant can be back up and running quickly, and to reduce revenue loss. That is where our staff at SERVPRO can help.
 
We understand time is of the essence in these situations, so we do not waste any time getting to your building to help you. Once we have removed any standing water, something we need to pay particular attention to is the flooring. In the case of ceramic tile, the tiles and grout joints are water resistant when they are installed over plywood. However, any cracks make the tile and underlying subfloor vulnerable to water damage.
 
Many times, the tile is unaffected, but water can penetrate the grouting, which causes the subfloor to warp or expand. Because of this, the tiles break apart at the joints and come loose. The tiles have to be reinstalled once the subfloor is dried and restored or repaired. It might be necessary to dry the floor from the bottom or to drill holes into the floor so we can adequately monitor the drying process. To check for moisture under ceramic tiles, SERVPRO technicians use a non-penetrating meter.
 
SERVPRO of Cheshire County wants to get your eatery in Walpole, Fitzwilliam, or Swanzey open for business as quickly as possible, but we also take care to dry everything thoroughly that was affected in the water emergency. By dialing (603) 352-7251, you can be helped by professionals.

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