When a disaster has impacted your business, it is important that you hire a disaster restoration team that you can trust. This crew will inevitably be working in your commercial property when the building is empty or near empty of employees. It is critical that the restoration crew that you allow access to your property be someone that you trust, not only from a security standpoint but also to do the job properly unsupervised.
Being winter in New England, temperatures get bitter. Pipes, especially those in basements and attics, are susceptible to freezing in lower temperatures. After a frozen pipe burst, a nursing home in Concord, NH, seeks water damage restoration when they are left with a flooded basement and no running water for their daily needs and emergency medical care services.
A pastor of a small New Hampshire church was devastated when a toilet supply line broke and sent tons of water draining into the basement down below. Knowing he needed flood repair services, he quickly sprang into action and called a plumber to fix the supply line and stop the water loss before the problem grew out of hand. The plumber recommended a cleaning and restoration service that he was familiar with, and in no time, Soil-Away’s flood repair team arrived on the scene to help. The emergency crew inspected the building for damage and gave the pastor an estimate of the repair and restoration costs. The pastor was thankful to learn that the damage could be repaired quickly and the church would be ready to service the community the upcoming week.
If a fire or flood damages your business, the results can be catastrophic. Not only can much of your equipment and inventory be destroyed, the downtime for your business can be devastating. Many commercial businesses find it difficult to bounce back after a fire or water has damaged the premises. One of the biggest concerns is restoring the property and the contents quickly, so that the business can resume operations. Operating under a tight deadline is critical to ensure that customers do not go elsewhere and that you can once again open your doors for business.
Property repair after a fire can be costly and heartbreaking to anyone. The burden of restoring a home or business is not a project that any Windham resident wants to take on. A New Hampshire business man experienced such an event when he left one too many appliances plugged into an extension cord. He loved to work in a fun environment to keep his spirits and productivity up. He never missed an opportunity to invite team members and friends into his office for fun, music and good times during his down time. During work hours, his fellow team members could hear the high-energy positive music floating throughout the office which sometimes rubbed off on everyone else around him.