The professional members at Renew Restoration have worked hard to become leaders in the restoration industry. Water damage is one of the most common types of damage that occur to a property. 98% of all property owners, home and business, will have to address it at some time or another during their lifetime. When you begin to factor in the the threat of not just the damage by the water, but also the damage from mold to your property’s structure and inventory, you can begin to see why water damage is taken very seriously by the experts at Renew Restoration. A sudden flood of water can not only cause serious damage to the building, but to any assets contained inside of it.
We not only train our water damage technicians on how to safely deal with water damage, but also in contents cleaning and disaster planning services, because it never hurts to be prepared for a flood. The sooner that actions can be taken to mitigate the effects of water damage, the less damage there will be overall. By hiring a professional team to handle your commercial water damage, you are investing in the future of your Mojave building and is valuable inventory.
Emergency Water Damage Services 24/7, day or night
The effects that water damage can do to your commercial property can be vast and devastating, so when water damage occurs, it’s important to get the help that you need as soon as possible. That’s why Renew Restoration has emergency water damage technicians available 24/7, day or night–so that we an be there for our valued customers when they need us the most. Our emergency response unit is on alert and available 365 days a year–even holidays–so that we can start damage mitigation as soon as possible. Our emergency vehicles will arrive to your location in Mojave, CA within 60 minutes after your call, bringing all of the tools and equipment needed to get to work right away. If your commercial property has experienced a water damage incident, whether it’s due to a burst pipe or flooding from outside, it’s important to get the help you need now!
Water Damage Restoration
Any amount of water damage can cause significant damage to a property if it’s not taken care of thoroughly and in a timely matter. Water can spread and permeate through the spaces between your walls, under flooring and even into ceilings and closets. A steady leak can produce water vapor, which can cause the humidity to reach dangerous levels and encourage the growth of mold. Water damage not only causes damage to your home or business, but can also cause damage to electronic systems and carpeting alike. Also, no one wants to enter a building that smells moldy and damp, let alone conduct business in them. Not matter what your Mojave business is, water damage can spell serious trouble for you unless it’s taken care of by a professional company.
At Renew Restoration, we don’t simply locate water damage, dry it, and hope for the best. Once we have located the source of the water damage, we do a quick evaluation of how to stop it–like a leaky pipe. That is an easy fix, but only after the leak has been stopped will your water damage issues really go away. At Renew Restoration, we concentrate on mitigating the source of the damage, as well as addressing the after effects. A number of factors can cause water damage including poorly sealed plumbing, cracking foundations, faulty air conditioning draining, difference in temperature between indoors and out, and flooding.
The causes of water damage may not always be obvious, but some of the effects may. It’s important to remember that the sooner your water damage is dealt with, the better.
Here are a few things to keep a watch for around your commercial property:
- Discoloration or stains
- A musty odor or visible mold
- Warm, cool, or discolored spots on concrete
- Cracked walls or foundations
- Increased water bill, with no obvious increase in usage
- Dripping or water sounds when no water is running
If you notice any of these signs on your property, call the professionals at Renew Restoration right away. Ignoring a water damage problem can lead to hazardous mold and structural damage that will only get worse over time.