Water Damage In Your Fort Lee Preschools
Accidental Water Damage to Preschools in Fort Lee
The education of the youth here in Fort Lee is not only an aspiration that parents and relatives take seriously but one that our SERVPRO team values as well. We have great institutions for even the earliest preschool years, including Palisades Pre-School & Kindergarten and The Goddard School. Because these buildings are full of young minds making sense of the world, accidents like overflowing sinks and other avenues for water damage can occur.
Because we strive to provide a fast response to these emergencies, we can often address many of the pressing effects of water damage in Fort Lee schools quickly. We have a team of professionals that stays ready to mobilize 24/7 with premier tools and products to make drying and recovery as efficient as possible. Considering how many homes can get affected by the preschool getting temporarily shut down for restoration, our skilled experts work around the clock to get the property back to preloss condition.
Linoleum floor coverings in the bathroom and the concrete subflooring beneath it are generally impenetrable for standing water, but the same cannot get said for other structural elements and construction materials exposed from significant water loss issues. Wood trim along the base of the drywall can be the first sensitive material to become overexposed to standing water and warp or distort due to direct absorption. Our SERVPRO professionals can offer controlled demolition solutions that not only remove this baseboard but can also begin flood cuts for damaged drywall behind this trim when necessary.
Our objective is to limit reconstruction and excessive build back as much as possible, but understand that water loss incidents in your school can sometimes have no other suitable solution but repair. With only moisture concerns in structural cavities, however, our technicians can utilize advanced drying equipment like our InjectiDry positive pressure system to eliminate dampness trapped in wall and ceiling openings. An ancillary objective to water removal and thorough drying is the need to suppress potential mold growth.
If the damage remains limited to a small area in the school, we can often build a drying zone with containment materials like plastic sheeting to regulate temperature, airflow, and other drying factors. Containment can keep your doors open as well, while our SERVPRO of Fort Lee team works to finish the restoration of the property. Give us a call anytime you need us at (201) 496-6024.
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