Water Issues are common in Commercial Buildings.
The most common causes of water damage in a commercial building are leaks, flooding and condensation. Leaks can occur in a building's plumbing system or through appliances like air conditioning units. Flooding occurs when water from sources like storm surges or roof leaks enters the premises. Condensation also causes costly damage as it forms when indoor temperatures are too high to allow stagnant water vapor to escape through the ventilation system. To avoid these issues, you should closely monitor your building for signs of moisture damage and take immediate action if something occurs that could cause extensive damage.
Water damage is one of the most expensive types of losses in commercial buildings.
Water damage is one of the most expensive types of losses in commercial buildings. Water damage can cause mold and mildew, and other secondary damages. If water enters electrical equipment, it may cause an electrical shock or fire that damages equipment and leads to downtime for your business operations until repairs are made.
If there's enough water present on a surface long enough, it will begin seeping into cracks in floors, walls and ceilings causing structural damage over time and can be very costly.
The most common causes of water loss.
When it comes to leaks, they can be caused by several different factors including aged fixtures and pipes, poor installation practices or damage from freezing temperatures. Leaks are often undetected until they cause major damage to the building or its contents. It's important to have regular checks done at least once a year by an experienced plumber who can identify any potential issues before they become a problem.
Flooding occurs when water from a source such as a storm surge or roof leak enters into your building through doors or windows that aren't sealed properly or have been left open during inclement weather. If you notice any signs of flooding after these types of events occur in your area then it could mean there's been serious structural damage done somewhere within your structure, which needs immediate attention before more serious issues arise down the road.
Condensation is common.
Condensation is a common problem in commercial buildings. Condensation forms when indoor temperatures are too high to allow stagnant water vapor to escape through the building's ventilation system, which causes water droplets to form on surfaces such as windows and walls. This issue can be caused by a variety of factors, including temperature and humidity levels, as well as how well your building is ventilated.
In addition to being unsightly, condensation can lead to mold growth and secondary damages. Condensation can also cause structural damage if left untreated, this happens when moisture seeps into wood or other materials over time and causes them rot away from within.
Water damage can be costly.
Water damage can be costly. Act quickly upon noticing the damage to quickly prevent future problems. If you have any questions about how to prevent water issues in your commercial building, contact SERVPRO of Haywood & Transylvania for your commercial water damage. Our technicians are available 24/7 and upon arrival begin the restoration process to get your doors back open as soon as possible.