apartment building that suffered fire with caved in roof and boarded up windows

Fire damage can be devastating to your business. Fires can ruin structures, possessions, and lead to water damage from the water used to put out the fire. It’s important to call a professional restoration company as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Construction restoration companies have different levels of services and repair and rebuilding timelines.  Read more

burst pipe and damaged ceiling tiles in commercial property water damage

Water damage and flooding can happen to your business from severe weather or from your sprinkler system or water used to put out a fire. After the damage occurs, it’s important to act quickly to get the water out of your commercial building. Waiting can lead to worse damage like mold growth, mildew, and further structural damage. More damage means it will take more time and money to restore and rebuild your property. And with a business, you’ll want to reopen as soon as possible.   Read more

hand in room holding tablet with emergency evacuation plan template

Commercial fire damage is a big deal. It can lead to the disruption of work and financial losses, and, in worse case scenarios, loss of life. If a fire occurs in your business, are your employees educated on fire prevention methods and prepared if one happens? Is your business set up with the proper escape plans and tools in case of a fire?  Creating a fire evacuation plan with your employees is the first step to keeping everyone safe, minimizing damage, and allowing your commercial property to be rebuilt to pre-loss condition faster Read more

After you have a fire in your house or suffer a commercial fire, you should take quick action to mitigate the fire damage and call fire damage restoration professionals. You may not only have water damage from when the fire is put out, but also have large amounts of soot and smoke damage inside your building and your possessions. If left unattended, soot and smoke particles will settle into your home and items, potentially leaving them unsalvageable. Read more

construction and job foreman working on concrete flooring

When your commercial property is hit by severe weather, water damage, flooding, or a fire, it is important to hire a professional restoration service as quickly as possible to prevent further structural damage like mold and mildew or smoke damage. Whether or not you have business insurance may be a factor in who you hire, but restoration companies are a vital necessity to restoring your building back to normal safely and thoroughly. Read more

seasonal maintenance checklist with pen and calculator

Going from the cooler months of spring to the heat of the summer can cause faulty mechanical issues in commercial buildings that can affect the efficiency of your business and cost you lots of money to fix. Maintaining your business’s systems will help prevent future problems and save money in the long run. Read more

burned commercial building after structure fire

 Taking immediate action after a commercial fire is important to preventing further damage and  restoring your business back to its pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. Delaying fire damage mitigation and contents cleaning restoration can allow soot and smoke damage to get worse by settling into your building and items. Water damage also occurs from the large amounts of water used to put the fire out. If left unattended, the water can diminish the integrity of your property’s structure, as well as cause mold and mildew growth. Overall, if your property is not attended to quickly, you will salvage fewer items and structures, which will end up costing you more time and money, delaying the reopening of your business. Read more

commercial building interior carpet and hallway with standing water from flood damage

Spring and Summer are rainy seasons, meaning there’s a possibility of water getting into your commercial building. To avoid water from natural disasters wreaking havoc on your property, it’s good to be prepared. Preparedness can mean doing things to prevent flooding and also to make sure you are covered if a flood happens. Follow these tips to ensure your building is safeguarded for either situation. Read more

commercial bathroom stalls and sinks

If your business has suffered from water damage caused by a natural disaster, leaky appliance, or a backed up sewage pipe, it can be overwhelming as to what to do first. It doesn’t matter if there’s only one inch of water or ten–any amount of water can be significant enough to cause damage. In fact, water damage is the second most frequently filed insurance claim made by businesses. Even after doing your best to prevent water damage at your commercial property, it can still happen. By acting quickly, you can save yourself time, money, stress, and lessen the overall business interruption and lost profits. Follow these steps to get through the water damage repair process as easily as possible. Read more

warehouse building on fire

You have invested a lot of time and money into creating and building your business; the last thing you need is to lose it all in a fire. Spending a little money up-front by adding these extra fire protections will help safeguard your building against any catastrophic fire damage in the future. It will also protect your tenants, employees, and others who use your building. And, should anything happen, these steps will help to minimize fire damage and get you back to pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. Read more