Our Certified Techs Respond Quickly to Your Coral Springs Water Damage
Fast Extraction for Your Coral Springs New Construction Project
New construction projects for plaza businesses happen in phases, and once water services connect to the new Coral Springs structure, it becomes susceptible to damage. Among the biggest conceivable threats to new construction projects are those who want to sabotage construction progress or cause property damage by sneaking onto the job site after hours. Turning on faucets and valves can flood areas of the new building.
As you might expect, one of the priorities after discovering this damage is to secure water removal for the Coral Springs job site as quickly as possible. The first 48 hours after a water loss incident are the most critical. The proper response and drying of the damage can reduce the likelihood of microbial threats, structural deterioration, or the need for controlled demolition and build back of the already newly installed materials.
Depending on the severity of the water damage, our SERVPRO team has multiple options for extraction. With several inches or even feet of standing clean water, using portable sump pumps, trash pumps, and even our truck-mount extractors can help with continual and high-efficiency removals. Our fast extraction of the standing water can lead to our light wand usage for the final touches on water removal and, ultimately, rapid drying efforts.
We have a licensed team of commercial contractors (#CBC1261730) that can help remove overly saturated plywood, drywall, and wood framing. While you might already have a construction team on-site, our professionals can help as needed and install temporary fencing in areas where it is lacking to discourage intruders from making their way onto the job site again in the future.
Because of how an incident like this can set back your deadlines, our SERVPRO of West Coral Springs / West Parkland team can work around the clock to get you back on schedule. Give our team of professionals a call 24/7 at (954) 973-4130 to make water losses “Like it never even happened.”