Is Professional Water Cleaning Necessary for Your Clifton Park Hotel?
After years of use, elements like the connection of your toilet supply to the tank can become damaged in your Clifton Park hotel units.
While you always work to provide the best for the guests staying in your Clifton Park hotel, you also must balance unnecessary expenditures with preventative measures. In some situations, the need for preventative care goes unnoticed, leaving rooms vulnerable to damages like clean water flooding from broken supply lines to the bathroom toilet. Until the situation gets noticed by a guest or hotel staff, hundreds or thousands of gallons of water could pour onto the floor.
Water cleanup for Clifton Park businesses like yours is vital because several steps are necessary to return individual units in your accommodation back to preloss condition. One of the priorities in this situation is resolving the water concerns by repairing the damaged fixture and stopping clean water flow onto the bathroom floor. To remove standing water and begin drying up the damage, several steps must start immediately:
• Extraction – Water removal in commercial settings must be a priority to prevent neighboring rooms from also becoming damaged by the spread of the water. This can happen through wall systems and flooring outside of the bathroom. High-pressure pumps and wet vacuums are ideal for upper floor extractions.
• Surface Water – Submersible pumps are only ideal for removing a certain amount of water, and the rest must get removed with vacuums and squeegee wands.
• Water Inspection – Thermal imagery and hygrometers can show if underlying materials have become damaged by standing water to direct drying.
• Drying – Air movers and dehumidifiers are the centerpieces of efficient drying, even in tiled hotel bathrooms.
Do Certain Materials Require Removal?
Depending on the exposure levels and the time that materials stay saturated, controlled demolition might be inevitable. These evaluations occur by our professionals during job scoping.
Substantial water damages can occur without warning, so our SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County team is ready to help when you need it. Give us a call at (518) 885-2620.