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When Water Damage Becomes a Guest at Your Glenwood Springs Hotel

4/15/2019 (Permalink)

Commercial When Water Damage Becomes a Guest at Your Glenwood Springs Hotel Don't let water damage check into your hotel. Call SERVPRO of Garfield and Pitkin Counties.

Get Prompt Commercial Water Removal for Your Glenwood Springs Hotel to Prevent Expensive Damage

Water can pool in a hotel due to several reasons, including overflowing bathtubs and sinks, leaky pipes and AC water overflow. No matter how minor a hotel water damage incident is, taking care of it soon is vital. Water may ruin tile, hardwood and carpet flooring, and the wood sub-floor beneath the carpeting. It can also make its way into other surfaces and areas like ceilings. If the floor above gets flooded, the ceiling of the room below can sustain damage. Water can also ruin electrical wiring, furniture, artwork, and antiques.  

If left unrepaired, even a seemingly insignificant mishap can weaken the building, lower its value, ruin your business reputation and interrupt regular operations. You, therefore, need prompt commercial water removal services for your Glenwood Springs hotel. To deal with water loss in your hotel, call the professional team at SERVPRO. Our technicians respond to calls quickly and have the industrial equipment, and experience to solve water issues.  

We are ready to deal with any water loss at any time of the day or night. When we arrive at a water-damaged property, we inspect all the aspects of the damaged areas and begin mitigating the loss. SERVPRO technicians can use truck mounted vacuums to extract water from flooring, walls, and ceilings. We also use a moisture meter to determine the amount of water that has penetrated floors, walls, carpets, and ceilings. We move and block furniture as necessary and remove water from carpeting and hard surface flooring. Our technicians also detach carpets and extract water from the floor and pad. We remove the pad from the structure and discard it in most cases.  

We also use a combination of dehumidifiers, high capacity air movers and dryers to dry out a structure. We use the appropriate number of dehumidifiers and air movers based on IICRC recommendations. Our technicians also offer odor removal services with sophisticated equipment that reaches beyond surfaces and into the building.  

If water has pooled in your hotel, SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties can assist you to extract it. We can dry the affected areas and eliminate any potentially hazardous contaminants. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster. Contact us at (970) 618-1516 for water extraction services in Glenwood Springs, Silt and New Castle.

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New Castle Structures Can Develop Mold Problems--SERVPRO Says Just Call Us for Remediation

2/24/2019 (Permalink)

Commercial New Castle Structures Can Develop Mold Problems--SERVPRO Says Just Call Us for Remediation New Castle Business Owners Know SERVPRO Is the Answer for a No Mold Zone

The Risks of Mold Growth in Your New Castle Chapel

From weekly services to weddings and special events, your chapel receives many visitors and foot traffic throughout the year. Keeping up with the needs of the building can be challenging without the time to accurately assess wear and tear, or potential vulnerabilities on your own. While our team can help with honest evaluations, often this is a process that is only thought of after disasters and damages have already occurred. Among the most easily missed and highly destructive of these situations is mold growth.

There are many reasons that mold damage in New Castle must get addressed quickly and professionally. Among the chief of these would be the potential health effects for those exposed to active and growing colonies throughout the property. To keep your congregation and leaders safe from these possible risks, you should reach out to our SERVPRO remediation specialists. We can help you remove these organisms from the property and return things to pre-mold conditions.

Another potential problem that results from allowing mold growth to continue in your church or commercial structure without resistance is the effect that the organism has on the construction materials and contents used to support the colonies. A colony requires an organic material for hosting, and it becomes a food source for growth and spread of the mold throughout the affected areas and beyond.

Our SERVPRO team can respond quickly at the discovery of mold to establish containment barriers using plastic sheeting and negative air pressure devices. We then work to treat the affected materials with the mindset of preservation over reconstruction. If we can protect and restore a damaged element, this happens instead of needlessly tearing out materials and replacing them later on. Porous materials like sheetrock and fabrics are more susceptible to becoming non-salvageable.

Our SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties remediation specialists can help to remove the active colonies quickly and return your structure quickly. Give us a call anytime at (970) 618-1516.

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Our Professional Water Cleanup Services Will Restore Your Damaged New Castle Store

1/7/2019 (Permalink)

Commercial Our Professional Water Cleanup Services Will Restore Your Damaged New Castle Store Water damage that occurs within your store threatens your ability to be available for your customers.

Water Damage Cleanup For Your New Castle Store

As the owner or proprietor of a storefront property in New Castle, you understand more than anyone the investment that you continue to make regularly in the potential successes of your business. By purchasing new stock and items for your store, you continually put your profits back into the business to further its successes. When a situation like water damage threatens that investment that you have made into the wares that you sell in the building, you need professional technicians with the experience and equipment to help.

While many business owners might think of water cleanup in their New Castle shop as a situation that a custodial crew can handle, and therefore, do not immediately seek the services of trained professionals like ours. By the time that many decide to get our SERVPRO team involved, materials and surfaces have become overly saturated and unable to get preserved or restored. It's important for you to act quickly.

Water damage is something that requires immediate attention because it can continue to spread to new areas, and affect more of the stock that you have in your store. Our pack-out services can help business owners to protect this investment by providing a safe, clean, and dry location to store the items removed from your store while restoration gets underway.

In many situations, our SERVPRO team works first to dry up the damaged elements if extraction is not necessary. Many pieces of our industry-leading equipment can help provide this thorough drying process from our high-powered air movers, large dehumidifiers, and even specialized equipment like our Injectidry system that can penetrate the wall cavity to eliminate lingering moisture.

Water damage that occurs within your store threatens your ability to be available for your customers, but can also ruin items stocked within the store as well. Act quickly to get our SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties rapid response team on the scene with the equipment and expertise to dry out your business fast. Give us a call anytime at (970) 618-1516.

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How SERVPRO Helps Restore Your Glenwood Springs Commercial Property After A Flood

11/6/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial How SERVPRO Helps Restore Your Glenwood Springs Commercial Property After A Flood Our initiative is first to provide fast and thorough water restoration, but secondly to discourage other effects such as mold growth from occurring.

Recovering From Flood Damages At A Glenwood Springs School

There are several schools in Glenwood Springs and its immediate surrounding areas including Glenwood Springs High School and the Middle School by the same name. As a large loss recovery team, our franchise can help to restore large properties like these institutions whenever they get threatened by substantial loss incidents.

A common threat to our region is flooding during nearly every season of the year, and flood damages to Glenwood Springs schools can spread quickly. Restoring flooding that affects multiple areas of a large building like these facilities requires a large team of highly-trained water restoration technicians with an abundance of the latest modern equipment designed to make restoration work as efficient as possible. This response is what you can expect from our SERVPRO emergency recovery team.

We can appreciate that a disaster can leave substantial damage throughout the school, preventing the building from performing up to expectations. While these conditions require you to shut your doors to students and faculty throughout the restoration process, we have time-efficient methods and advanced technology to limit the time away from the classrooms. Fast extraction is one of these methods, and that begins with tools like our truck-mounted pumps from our SERVPRO Green Fleet or gas-powered pumps and portable options for prompt localized removal.

Moisture detection equipment allows our technicians to identify materials and areas that have retained pockets of moisture after the extraction process has completed. We work to service these spots directly, lowering the overall relative humidity within the building well below acceptable parameters. Our initiative is first to provide fast and thorough water restoration, but secondly to discourage other effects such as mold growth from occurring.

As the overseer of one of the schools within the district, you should have a plan in place to recover the damages to the facility whenever disaster strikes. Our SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties emergency response team is ready and able to respond quickly to every emergency, offering mitigation solutions and prompt restoration efforts. Give us a call anytime at (970) 618-1516.

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The Real Truth About Possible Secondary Mold Damage After Water Damage in a Glenwood Springs Municipal Complex

9/21/2018 (Permalink)

Commercial The Real Truth About Possible Secondary Mold Damage After Water Damage in a Glenwood Springs Municipal Complex If your municipal building has an incident that calls for water cleanup, call team SERVPRO to arrive timely and mitigate the damage.

Water Cleanup Services for Your Glenwood Springs Municipal Building

From obtaining construction permits for the immediate area to allowing residents a place to air their grievances to authorities, your Glenwood Springs municipal building stays busy through its operating hours. Unexpected incidents can threaten your ability to provide the full scope of the services and departments available to the public, even with dedicated maintenance and custodial staff available.

While you might look to situations of water cleanup in Glenwood Springs as tasks that the custodial team at your building could handle, there are several considerations that you must make in this scenario. The first of these is the speed with which this staff can get to the problem at hand and clean it up. The longer the problem persists, the more problems that it could cause and the longer it remains a threat to the safety of those using affected areas of your building. Choosing professional water cleanup services from our SERVPRO team can help to get the situation resolved quickly.

A persistent, lingering safety hazard of water damages present in your building is a bad situation with the foot traffic you anticipate on a daily basis. Even without the possibility of injury, secondary effects like mold growth can occur in as little as three days. This situation poses an even more immediate risk to the staff and traffic throughout the building exposed to an active, growing colony.

Another consideration that you need to make is the thorough nature of services like our SERVPRO team can provide. From moisture detection equipment to thermal imagery software in tools, we can ensure that moisture present from the incident gets wholly dried up. This assurance not only eliminates the likelihood of mold growth, but it also can help to preserve the strength and integrity of building materials that became affected by the water.

While smaller scale water incidents in your building might seem best suited for the custodial staff, water can spread quickly and affect many areas out of the immediate line of sight. Trust in the experience and equipment of our SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties restoration specialists to help you ensure that the job gets done correctly. Give us a call 24/7 at (970) 618-1516.

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Commercial flood

9/13/2017 (Permalink)

Commercial Commercial flood SPRINKLER FLOOD AFTER COMMERCIAL FIRE

Sprinkler systems may be your best friend in a fire, or your worst. This is one business of a block of commercial buildings after a next store Restaurant had a small fire in their kitchen.  The smoke went threw the vents and triggered the sprinklers to case a flood.  Thanks to our team at SERVPRO Grand Junction, Garfield & Pitkin counties this company will be back in business as soon as possible.  Our equipment allows us to rapidly extract water from many types of flooring without causing any damage.  Don't let a little accident cause your business a lot of money. We are open 24/7/365 to help make any size disaster seem "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO of Garfield, Pitkin County can dry out any construction site

2/20/2017 (Permalink)

Commercial SERVPRO of Garfield, Pitkin County can dry out any construction site A Construction site in Grand Junction Colorado

  


On January 8th 2017 Grand Junction was hit with a severe storm.  SERVPRO of Grand Junction was quick to responded to a big commercial construction site in our valley. This construction site was a huge unfinished building in progress.  The first 3 floors were insulated and sheet rocked.  The last floor was just structure.  SERVPRO arrived at the site and placed all necessary equipment to dry out the structure and prevent any mold.  It took us two days to completely save this site so the company could continue their construction without out any delay.  SERVPRO of Grand Junction saved the construction company thousands of dollars and they were very happy with the results.  If you have construction in process and you suffer flooding before it is complete, no need to start over call SERVPRO of Garfield & Pitkin Counties.  We are quick to respond and strive to make it “Like it never even happened.”


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