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SERVPRO: What Can You Do in a Commercial Water Damage Emergency?

9/24/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO: What Can You Do in a Commercial Water Damage Emergency? SERVPRO: What Can You Do in a Commercial Water Damage Emergency?

Companies can never forecast when water damage will hit their place. Water damage can penetrate walls, ceilings, floors, furniture, and other parts of your facility. Be it a water leak, storm damage, roof damage, or any other related issue, SERVPRO is ready to help you.

Here are some steps you can take to reduce the damage to your home or business till professional Commercial Cleaning experts arrive:

  • If required, turn off the building water. Depending on the water damage caused, this step alone could save you few thousand bucks.

  • If necessary, switch off the building’s power - or at least to the affected section. Be extra careful near standing water till you are quite sure that no electricity is flowing through it.

  • If the electricity is still on, turn off all devices or other electronic apparatuses nearby the affected zone.

  • Move any furniture you can handle wisely. This includes removing carpets and curtains. Professional advice: use hangers to prop up your curtain’s edges!


Water damage from storms, floods, leaky pipes, natural calamities, and backup sewers can bring lots of issues at once. In such a case, cleaning your commercial building and returning it to its original condition unexpectedly becomes your top priority.

SERVPRO's Professional Commercial Cleaning team in Loudoun County will diminish disruption in your business by bringing back your operations to the way they were before the disruption. Using best-in-class drying, ventilation, deodorizing, and disinfecting equipment, they reestablish your property with small interruptions so you can bounce back as quickly as possible.

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