Removing Water After Dallas Warehouse Flood Damage
Flood Damage Occurs in Several Ways
Flooding can occur from many different sources. Large commercial structures like the city's warehouses can rapidly become overwhelmed as water moves through the open floor plan. We have effective mitigation strategies to help when you need them.
Surface Water Threats in the Building
Flood damage in Dallas warehouses requires several types of Large Loss equipment from our inventory. Truck-mount extractors are among our stock's most powerful water removal tools, operating on the vehicle's engine where they are mounted. Removing standing water is critical in properties like these to reduce the damage to wares, inventory, and equipment.
Protecting the Equipment
In the production facility, flood damage can be detrimental to electronics and machinery. During the cleanup and mitigation processes, it might be necessary to cover stationary equipment that cannot be relocated to a safer building area. These surfaces will require cleaning and disinfection in the event of contaminant exposure.
Overcoming Surface Damages
Surface damage is a common concern after flooding. We must choose among several or multiple strategies to protect installed materials from greater harm.
There are many types of surface cleaning necessary after flood damage. Not only must detergents manage any residues and discoloration, but SERVPRO must clean non-porous items with sanitizers when contamination is a concern.
Another surface treatment needed after flooding is antimicrobial products. Applying biocides and sporicidal agents on sensitive surfaces can reduce the likelihood of mold colony development.
- Needed Repairs
With a general contractor license, our SERVPRO team can complete the needed build-back services and repairs likely after floodwater exposure. Controlled demolition can begin with the earliest mitigation efforts.
Flooding can be destructive and overwhelming for large commercial structures like warehouses. Our Large Loss providers can help overcome standing water and clean up after potential contaminants and residual damage. Let our SERVPRO of Northwest Dallas team help your business after a flood by calling (214) 361-7887.