How Does Water Get Removed from Carpets in Newington Office Buildings?
Extraction Involves Multiple Tools in Our Inventory to Protect Newington Properties.
The earliest efforts that our SERVPRO team provides after water damage can be critical in getting your doors back open as soon as possible. Because it is our business to get you back in business, we have mitigation objectives that include:
- Content relocation
- Surface water removal
- Debris/bulk material removal
The First Pass with a Carpet Wand
Water damage restoration for Newington office buildings begins with managing the active threats to the property. Carpet wands attached to truck-mount extractors or portable units provide a single pass on the exposed carpets to prevent moisture migration. After this, the responding technicians fixate on other emergency services for the structure.
Deep Extraction Solutions for Carpets
Carpet wands can be a highly productive extraction device for office buildings for containment, but it is often other water removal tools in our inventory that do the heaviest lifting in the mitigation of water-damaged commercial properties. Deep extraction of these floors involves units like our weighted extractors.
Can Damaged Carpet Be Repaired?
Carpeting can become quickly and permanently damaged after even brief periods of saturation. Short pile carpets that glue down for installation to concrete subflooring might be easier to extract water from but are also easy to harm if this extraction does not happen soon enough irreparably. Delamination and other processes can separate layers of carpet backing, and only in its earliest and least intrusive stages can this be repaired.
Before your office building gets relieved of water damage and restoration is underway, trapped moisture in the short-pile carpeting must get addressed and removed. An evaluation of the flooring’s condition can decide the needed approach to recovering the office space. Our SERVPRO of Newington / Central Hartford team is ready to help 24/7 at (860) 667-9191.