Commercial Flood and Water Damage Restoration
From natural disasters to malfunctioning appliances, water damage happens.
We offer commercial flood damage restoration and water damage remediation services to get you back to business, fast.
With more than 40 years of experience in the restoration business, we are water damage specialists — we know how to get the job done right.
Choose Rainbow Restoration® for all of your commercial water damage cleanup needs. Request an appointment online or call (855) 724-6269 for emergency service.
Our Commercial Water Damage Cleanup and Restoration Process
It's important to identify the source of your water damage before beginning the restoration process. The first step to addressing water damage is to determine the cause.
Most commercial water damage can be traced back to:
- Storm damage and natural disasters
- Ice dams and leaky roofs
- Faulty plumbing/appliance
- Machinery and pump failures
- Storm drain backup
- Fire-suppression efforts
Once the source of the damage has been determined, it's time to get to work. Cleaning up commercial water damage is a multi-step process that may include:
- Securing the property (if the exterior of the building has been damaged)
- Removing excess water
- Starting contents pack-out and contents cleaning
- Applying rapid structural drying
- Performing mold remediation
- Undergoing reconstruction (if necessary)
Our IICRC-certified technicians are trained in the latest techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to safely remediate water damage. Our teams also provide full-service reconstruction, meaning you don't need to hire an additional third-party contractor to see your project to completion.
What to Do When You Discover Water Damage
It's no surprise that water damage can be a major nuisance. But by acting quickly, you can reduce the long-term repercussions.
When you find water damage, it's important to:
- Shut off the water at its source. If you aren't comfortable turning off the water, contact the facility manager or a plumber immediately.
- Recover important materials (once it's safe to do so).
- Contact emergency services (when necessary).
- Contact your local Rainbow Restoration professional and your insurance provider. If it's safe and possible to do so, keep yourself available for communication until your adjuster and technicians arrive.
- Inform coworkers and asking that everyone avoid the area.
Why Commercial Water Damage Cleanup Services?
Fully recovering from a water damage event requires many steps, and with some restoration companies, that means multiple partners.
Our water damage specialists are equipped to handle every step in the process, from removing large quantities of water and moisture to reconstructing your office and restoring the contents of your property. Our process is efficient, reduces downtime, and allows for greater transparency.
Find Commercial Water Damage Restoration Services in Your Local Area
Our technicians combine experience, training, and the best equipment available to complete your water damage restoration and cleanup.
No matter the cause, you can trust our team to help you recover and restore your property to its pre-loss condition.
Rely on our team for commercial water damage cleanup. Call (855) 724-6269 or request an appointment online to begin your recovery.
FAQs about Commercial Water Damage Cleanup
What are the consequences of water damage in office buildings?
Commercial buildings with water damage have the possibility of developing mold and mildew, which can compromise indoor air quality and put employees and customers at risk.
Does commercial property insurance cover flood damage?
Only if the source of the flooding came from inside the building, like a frozen pipe or failed appliance. Most property owners (commercial and residential) are required to purchase a separate flood insurance policy for natural disasters or dam/levee failures.
Do you offer residential water damage cleanup services?
Yes, we offer residential water damage cleanup and restoration services throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Helpful Resources for Your Business
Keeping your building clean and free of water damage can greatly improve workplace safety. Explore some helpful resources below: