If A Fire Causes Damage To Your West Lafayette Art Studio, You Need To Contact The Experts At SERVPRO!
Could Fire Damage Reach Your West Lafayette Art Studio?
West Lafayette can be a trove of hidden treasures once you look into its streets. Our community is vibrant, young, and a great spot to encourage creativity. It is full of older structures whose character add to the diversity of our town and our rich history. The very buildings that remind us of the ancestry of the area can also be a threat to business owners. Imagine, for example, being an artist whose workshop catches on fire because of dated electrical wiring.
Fire damage to a West Lafayette commercial building threatens all around it. Even when firefighters arrive quickly, works of artistic expression under that roof are vulnerable to smoke, soot, and other residues. SERVPRO is here to help you salvage your work by acting as soon as you place a call. Our crew is available 24/7 to respond to emergencies.
Understanding the path of a fire is essential, and our technicians trained to do just that. As we arrive on the premises, we assess the impact of the fire itself, as well as any collateral damage caused by water sprinklers or firefighters. As fast as we can, our SERVPRO technicians seek an area to safeguard those elements in good repair and protect them. In some cases, we separate areas by using thin plastic barriers designed to minimize contact between areas.
We do not specialize in art restoration, but we work with you to return your workshop to normal. By using advanced moisture sensor technology and water extraction best practices, we closely monitor moisture levels, as we bring them back to normal. Our SERVPRO team also works with you to prepare for any contractors needing to perform repairs.
As overwhelming as it may seem, not all is lost if there is fire damage to your workshop. SERVPRO of Lafayette is available to work with you and mitigate your losses simply by calling us at (765) 420-0077. Reach out and let us leave your studio, “Like it never even happened.”
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