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Addressing Commercial Water Removal for a Twin Falls Gym
People across the United States come across an average of 14,000 water situations every day. Even with regular repairs and maintenance, disasters can occur when you least expect. Without fast action, this can impact the structural integrity of a business as well as safety for its occupants.
If your Twin Falls business requires water removal from an experienced team, you can count on the certified technicians at SERVPRO to get the job done right for you. These IICRC-certified professionals know the ins and outs of cleaning commercial spaces. Not only does their expertise get you a clean that is done to code, but it can also minimize losses and maximize safety for employees and patrons.
Most Common Causes of Water Damage in Commercial Bathrooms
- Faucet leaks. A simple faucet leak can waste thousands of gallons of water per year, which can lead to higher utility costs. A pipe leak below the sink can also damage structures.
- Running toilets. Small leaks can cause toilets to run continually, which can mean paying more on your water bill. Without fast mitigation, this can eventually lead to clogging.
- Silent pipe leaks. Keep an eye on your water bill. An undetected pipe leak behind a wall, underneath the floors, or in the ceiling is the most likely source of your increased expenses.
- Low water pressure. This problem in your sinks, toilets, or showers can be caused by sediment buildup on pipes or aerators. It can also indicate a more critical problem like a break in your water line.
- Temperature irregularities. Not able to keep the hot water in the showers on as long? This can indicate buildup or leakage in your water heater.
How SERVPRO Eliminates Damage
A pipe leak in your gym showers may not seem like a huge issue, but constant exposure to moisture over time can wear down tiles and grout. Technicians focus on the thorough extraction of moisture with industrial-grade extraction wands to prevent further water damage to tiles. They also use EPA-registered, OSHA-approved antimicrobials to return surfaces to a sanitary condition, which can help eliminate odors.
Small holes may need to be drilled to increase ventilation in the wall cavity to address damage behind walls. If the leak comes from your ceiling, technicians may move ceiling tiles on either end of the space. From there, they can position air movers and dehumidifiers to circulate warm, dry air through the affected area.
SERVPRO of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties is proud to serve the community with cleanup service that is Faster to Any Size Disaster. Call (208) 735-1447 today for rapid commercial cleanup.
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