COMMERCIAL WATER DAMAGE CLEANUP In Mount Vernon
STOP WATER DAMAGE WITH SERVICEMASTER RESTORE
When water damage strikes your business unexpectedly, the best thing you can do is minimize the destruction with swift and effective action.
During regular working hours and in the middle of the night, a ServiceMaster Cleaning by Roth - Skagit County team is ready to dispatch to your Whatcom or Skagit County location.
Our IICRC trained restoration technicians have the equipment and experience to minimize water damage to your business, equipment, and furniture so your team can get back to work.
FULL-SERVICE COMMERCIAL DISASTER RESTORATION SERVICE
Without swift, effective action, water-soaked items can quickly become unsalvageable. After a flood, water can hide. A saturated wall may look normal until the damage is irreversible. A squishy area of carpet may go unnoticed as it weakens the subflooring.
Moisture left for an extended period in organic material invites mold. In a commercial setting, this can be devastating. With our professional meters and tools, we find even hidden water because we know effective action now saves you from potentially expensive repairs down the road.
Our Water Damage Restoration Services
ServiceMaster Cleaning by Roth - Skagit County provides a full range of commercial disaster restoration services. In addition to drying, dehumidifying and water extraction, we restore and recover everything we can according to the highest industry standards. Our licensed and insured technicians efficiently manage any services you require including:
- Complete Building and Contents Cleaning
- Electronic Equipment Restoration
- Data and Document Recovery
- Carpet, Rug and Upholstery Cleaning
- Mold Remediation
- HVAC Duct Cleaning
- Antiques and Fine Art Restoration
- Furniture Refinishing
- Biohazard Cleaning
- Professional Pack Out and Storage
WORKING WITH YOU FOR THE INSURANCE CLAIM
While our first priority is clean-up and repair to get you back in business, we keep the gears of your insurance claim turning with each step. You get the paperwork you need to make the process as smooth as possible.
In addition, to estimate repairs our technicians use Xactimate, a third-party company with prices already approved by most insurance carriers.
INDUSTRIAL CLEANUP EQUIPMENT
Whether the job is large or small, we have the tools and experience for complete cleanup and repair after a flood, water leak, or sewer backup. The equipment we use includes:
- Truck Mounted Extraction Units
- Air Movers
- Diesel Water Pumps
- Deodorizing Units
- Trailer Mounted Desiccant Dehumidifiers
- Commercial Sized Air Filtration Units
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Insurance Industry Pricing Using Xactimate
If some items need safe storage during clean up and repair, we provide professional pack out and storage services. Our storage facility is complete with heat, security, and fire suppression.
Disasters can happen to anyone. It’s the speed of your response that determines how quickly you recover. ServiceMaster Cleaning by Roth - Skagit County gets your business back on track. Contact us immediately to get started.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does It Cost To Fix Water Damage?
Unfortunately, there isn't a simple answer to this question since costs will differ significantly depending on the severity of the water damage. In general, property owners should budget $3.75 per square foot for clean water damage restoration, $4.50 per square foot for gray water damage restoration, and $7 per square foot for black water damage restoration.
The cost of water damage restoration is ultimately determined by the size of the flooded area, the severity of the damage, and the amount of time needed to manage the water repair. It is important to note if you have water damage insurance, you may only be required to pay your deductible. Since water can spread quickly and cause immediate damage, it is crucial to remove it as soon as possible using the right equipment to avoid more serious problems like mold growth and structural damage. Ultimately, water damage repair can take several days and include labor-intensive operations with fluctuating costs.