In St. Petersburg, Professional Water Removal is Critical For Museum Damage Mitigation
Commercial Water Damage is Always Minimized by Calling SERVPRO
Our beautiful city is home to many museums, preserving both the arts and history for our community and visitors. The buildings housing these treasures are as vulnerable as any to water incursion from failed plumbing, leaky roofs, and storm surges. SERVPRO has the expertise, trained technicians, and powerful equipment to remove the water swiftly before lasting damage occurs.
A malfunction in the automatic flushing system in patron restrooms floods exhibit floors, necessitating water removal in a popular St. Petersburg museum. Along with the threat to priceless artwork, the health and well-being of museum employees and visitors hang in the balance if cleanup does not complete quickly and to industry standards. We have the capability to remove large quantities of water fast, with enough workers and equipment to return the museum to preloss condition while limiting any disappointing or costly closures.
Because the water may contain infectious waste, it is crucial to engage a restoration company with the restoration industry certifications and experience with large scale removal of contaminated water. SERVPRO meets these criteria. We are familiar with local laws and regulation concerning the removal of hazardous waste and the required sanitation protocols after the water is gone. Our equipment is truck-mounted and secures the tainted water for proper disposal.
We are a local company connected to a nationwide network of restoration companies. Though we are a stand alone franchise, this permits us to leverage more trained restoration workers and equipment from neighboring SERVPRO franchises to complete an extensive cleanup job fast. Pumps and extractors take care of standing water while technicians move in to take moisture readings and establish drying goals once the areas affected are sanitized. Air movers and dehumidifiers properly positioned begin the task of drying flooring, walls, and trim.
Drying Mats ensure water is removed to the subfloor as well. Our technicians determine if other strategies such as removing some sections of tile or hardwood flooring are necessary to dry thoroughly every layer. Pinpoint holes drilled in wooden floor allows moisture to evaporate if the finish prevents it. Once the moisture levels drop below-designated levels, we complete the final restoration touches, reinstalling tiles and refinishing wooden trim and flooring.
Transforming a museum awash in water is a task SERVPRO of NE St. Petersburg awaits with confidence. Call (727) 522-0000 and we deliver the team and equipment needed to restore museum exhibits and spaces to their glory.
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