Water damages can destroy our properties. When your commercial building, for instance, has water that is left unattended for even a short period of time, it can lead to damage such as rotting, warping, and staining. Mould growth, is also an unhealthy result of water damage. Therefore, it is very important to prevent water damage.
What are the most commun water damage causes in commercial buildings?
Leaking Pipes and Plumbing Problems
A leaking pipe can lead to structural damage aside from abnormal high water bills. Water pipes may look durable and airtight, but they can give in to excessive pressure or they can be destroyed by construction-related activities. If you suspect that there is leak coming from your pipeline or plumbing, call a restoration company like AllAces Cleaning & Restoration for a quick fix.
Faulty appliances such as washing machines (if you own a laundry service company), refrigerator with automatic ice makers, and dishwashers can cause water damage in your commercial building. Make sure you inspect any appliance in your building regularly to avoid any water-related damage from a faulty appliance.
HVAC issues can lead to water damage. HVAC condensate water is harmful for your commercial building. It can be a result of overflow or leak in the collection pan. This is often undetectable until it needs repair. Issues may include flooding and destruction of the HVAC equipment and it can lead to corrosion and replacement of the system. Mould remediation is also sometimes needed.
Natural disaster such as heavy thunderstorm or flooding can lead to water damage especially if your commercial building is not protected. Commercial buildings have a greater risk of sustaining water damage when everyone has gone home at night or over weekends. As a commercial building owner, you should take necessary steps to prevent flooding.
What to do?
Commercial water damage can be devastating to any business owner. It interrupts your business and it can result in huge financial loss if not attended to immediately. You must take necessary steps to avoid water damage or lessen its effects.
We recommend that you designate an employee, usually a manager, to have the authority to take necessary steps after a flood or water damage in case you are not available. The designated employee should know who to contact in the event of a flood emergency as well as the location of water shut-off valves so water source can be cut off immediately in the event of a burst pipe.
In the event of commercial water damage, make sure you call a professional commercial water damage restorationcompany like AllAces Cleaning & Restoration to solve the problem immediately.
With us, you can be assured that our professionals have the necessary training, experience, and the latest equipment to manage water and flooding damage. We respond quickly to mitigate the damage and effectively manage the restoration project until its completion. Call AllAces on 1800 10 10 for an immediate water damage response.