Commercial Water Removal In Lafayette Happens Using Different Types Of Extraction Equipment
Let SERVPRO show you their techniques when it comes to your Lafayette water damage.
All of the breweries that exist in Lafayette use a decent amount of water during the brewing, serving, and selling processes. This means that one mistake by your brewers can require you to have to conduct commercial water removal inside your place of business. Once your building materials and contents get wet, it is wise to call in a professional restoration company such as SERVPRO. We can make it seem, "Like it never even happened."
Once moisture spills or leaks into your structure, it can quickly start ruining your products, contents, and building materials. However, if you call SERVPRO in to conduct commercial water removal in Lafayette, then we can help prevent items inside your brewery from being removed and replaced. When dealing with moisture-related damage inside your brewery, one of the keys to success in restoring the problems caused is to remove all of the H2O possible while it is still in its liquid form. Once moisture starts evaporating into the air and soaking into your contents and building materials, it gets much harder to remove promptly.
Whenever we attempt to extract moisture from your building, we utilize an industrial extractor that gets used for both cleaning carpets and upholstery and extracting water from your floors. The extractors we use contain a heat source, pump, and vacuum. When dealing with moisture damage, usually, only the vacuum system gets implemented. If there is a need for using one of our extractors, our SERVPRO technicians have the choice of using either a truck-mounted or portable unit.
Portable extractors have 5 to 12 gallon solution and waste tanks. They weigh between 40 and 90 pounds and have 140 inches of water lift. Their heating capabilities range from 180 to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
On the other hand, truck-mounted units can have tanks that are over a hundred gallons in size. However, they can weigh between 500 and 1,100 pounds. These machines though can have a vacuum lift of nearly 200 inches. They also can be heated to up to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
If your brewery ever suffers from a water leak, call SERVPRO of Lafayette at (765) 420-0077 24/7 because We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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