Commercial Water Damage - Santa Rosa Beach Office Building
Commercial water damage resulted in this Santa Rosa Beach office building when a fire sprinkler system water line burst. Naturally, all business activities were interrupted, and the manager of the facility was anxious to clean up the water and get back in operation. Also, the quicker that the water is cleaned up, the less secondary damage is incurred. One type of secondary damage that is checked for in SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties initial damage assessment is to what degree the sub-flooring has absorbed moisture content. In this building, the amount of water laid down on the floor did cause a great deal of moisture to be absorbed by the sub-floor requiring that the carpeting be removed to allow for thorough drying of the sub-floor.