Electrical: First and foremost, when a flood in your commercial building occurs, you need to be aware of the electrical situation. Do not enter the wet area if the electrical has been compromised in any way. If possible, and if it is safe, turn the main breaker off on your electrical panels. This way, you can keep the building safe from electrical issues while the clean-up is taking place.
When mud and floodwater enter a building, bacteria and microbes enter along with it. When you choose a professional company to assist with the cleanup, proper measures will be taken to sanitize and clean all affected areas.
Many times flood water can mix with commercial cleaning agents present in the building, fuel, and other chemicals. If you notice an unusual odor inside of your commercial building, make sure to keep the area ventilated while waiting for a professional restoration company to arrive. Baker Restoration and Construction services is fully equipped to clean and restore affected areas that may contain these types of hazardous materials.
During a flood it is quite common to experience structural damage if floodwaters are not addressed in a timely manner. When building materials saturate with, they can become weaker. If you hear any sort of shifting or unusual noise, leave immediately and call in professional help. Baker Restoration and Construction will arrive quickly upon receipt of your call and begin the water extraction process immediately. We also have the ability to tear out saturated, unsalvageable materials and rebuild the areas to their pre-loss condition.
If you have experienced a flood in your commercial building, give Baker Restoration and Construction a call.
We have the experience to get the job done right. Give us a call at 440-350-4755. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.