Water Damage Restoration for Somerset Village Plaza
Severe weather events like hurricanes can quickly cause major damage to homes and businesses. Even with meticulous preparation, there is still a chance that a commercial property will experience major damage from the wind and rain of a hurricane. When Hurricane Ida occurred in 2021, it caused flooding in multiple businesses in the Somerset Village Plaza.
Hurricane Ida was a Category 4 hurricane that was the second most damaging hurricane to ever make landfall in the U.S. The storm brought severe wind and rain from Louisiana all the way up to New England. The rain from Hurricane Ida caused severe flooding in several of the Somerset Village Plaza businesses that required immediate restoration to help limit the risk of severe structural damage and mold growth. Many businesses that are damaged by a major storm like a hurricane do not recover after the disaster. It was important to act fast to remediate the flood damage so that these businesses could reopen.
Our technicians at ServiceMaster by Timeless extracted the flood water from the affected businesses and set up our advanced drying equipment to thoroughly dry the affected areas and materials. We are equipped with the best water extraction and drying equipment of the industry which allows us to handle any level of flooding within commercial properties. Once the flood water was removed and the drying process began, we removed the materials that could not be salvaged and restored the materials that could be saved. The businesses of Somerset Village Plaza were able to reopen once we finished the flood damage cleanup process.
ServiceMaster by Timeless is an expert commercial water damage restoration service provider that can help businesses recover after experiencing damage from excess water or flooding. Our technicians can handle any flood cleanup job including flooding from a hurricane like with Somerset Village Plaza.