Removing Water From Your Wilmington Clinic
Removing Water from Materials in a Wilmington Clinic’s Bathroom
When toilet supply lines malfunction or freeze and burst in your Wilmington clinic bathroom, our professionals must work quickly to dry up the damage to prevent the migration of damaging effects throughout the facility. The construction of the bathroom in your building was intended to withstand some water damages when sinks overflow or excessive water might accidentally make its way to the floor.
Water removal for Wilmington medical facilities involves an understanding of what areas and objects are at risk for exposure and deterioration. The flooring of this bathroom is often a ceramic tiling that can resist water penetration to encourage the standing water threats to find the nearest available drain inside the room. Unfortunately, other materials cannot resist saturation as consistently, such as the bathroom cabinets, wood trim along the walls, or the drywall. Addressing these concerns involves prompt extraction and drying techniques.
Because you might only have one available public restroom for the patients coming to the clinic, resolving water damages is critical. Standing water is not a concern as installed drains should catch any pooling that might result from prolonged leaking. However, exposed structural elements might still show signs of deterioration after only 24 hours.
When reached quickly enough, even elements like damp drywall can be recovered with directed airflow from centrifugal air movers. Evaporative drying efforts can often be sufficient when water damage has not migrated into structural cavities. Focused drying can reduce water movement to neighboring areas like exam rooms, offices, and structural holes.
Our licensed (#1992104829) general contractors can help with controlled demolition and eventual build back for unsalvageable materials. This team can also help replace damaged supply lines to the toilet to ensure that our restoration is sufficient.
No matter how our team can help, from widespread drying efforts to the reconstruction of your clinic bathroom after sufficient water loss, you can reach us 24/7. Our SERVPRO of Brandywine / Wilmington professionals have the expertise and cutting-edge equipment to help make these emergencies “Like it never even happened.” Call us today at (302) 762-8080.