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Get Effective and Prompt Commercial Water Removal for Your Selden Outpatient Clinic
Outpatient medical clinics are unique because they provide for patients' needs without around the clock staff members, permanent beds, or the permits and licenses needed to host patients overnight. Instead, these facilities provide medical or surgical care to patients who return home on the same day. Unfortunately, water damage incidents can occur and disrupt their daily activities.
A main water supply line can break and flood most of your facility. In such a case, you need prompt commercial water removal for your Selden outpatient clinic. Timelines and thoroughness are crucial because the clinic needs to remain in operation, especially if surgical procedures are taking place.
When a water loss incident occurs in your outpatient medical facility, one of the severe consequences is destruction to costly medical equipment. Water leaks can also cause unsightly stains on drywall, interior surfaces, and ceilings. Another critical effect of water damage in a medical facility is its impact on affected patients. For instance, if it is necessary to shut down electricity because of a water intrusion incident, some medical procedures may not go on.
To prevent extensive damage, you can place a trash can below the leak to keep the surrounding area from getting wet. Also, cover all equipment, furniture, and documents that are at risk of water damage with plastic sheeting. Stabilizing the environment following a water loss mishap is a priority. You can call a water damage restoration firm like SERVPRO to assist the facilities management in adjusting conditions in the affected areas to meet the level of relative humidity and temperature ideal for recovery.
Our Water Removal Restoration Technicians (WRTs) can use wet/dry vacuums to remove standing water. Wet-vacuuming is effective in removing the water because of the amount of vacuum lift that a portable extractor provides. Wet-vacuuming is useful for extracting water on all flooring surfaces. Controlling humidity in a building is also as crucial as controlling the spread of water. One way to accomplish this is ventilating the building to reduce the buildup of extra humidity. Ventilating means opening windows and doors to allow the outside air, which has low moisture to come inside. We can also use air movers to encourage air circulation and portable dehumidifiers to speed up drying.
After the initial water recovery steps, Our SERVPRO crew can assess the number of floors affected, and the materials that water has ruined, such as furniture, equipment, and paper records. Our team can also inspect the drywall to determine if the water damage is severe. Soaked drywall may sag and crumble. We offer professional and controlled demolition of building components with an emphasis on appropriate retention and salvaging of non-affected areas. We can subcontract the necessary repairs to licensed contractors.
When there is water damage in your outpatient clinic, SERVPRO of Patchogue can help you remove the water and dry the affected areas. Contact us at (631) 201-4813 for fast restoration.
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