Mary Esther Small Business Owners Rely on SERVPRO for Water Loss Rapid Recovery
Essential Steps When Restoring Commercial Water Damage in a Mary Esther Pharmacy
Running a pharmacy store can be a challenging exercise since you have to find customers, stock a wide range of medicines and keep up with changes In the industry. Your customers also expect high-quality products when they visit your store, so a water loss incident only adds to the list of challenges. For example, most types of medication require storage. In a dry environment, and if the incident increases humidity levels, it can shorten their shelf life. We offer professional restoration to pharmacies and other retail shops in Mary Esther after water loss incidents.
Removing any visible water on the floor is the top priority during an incident of commercial water damage In Mary Esther. Letting such water sit for long provides a chance for it to soak into floor materials especially if they are porous. Our SERVPRO crews use equipment such as wet vacuums or truck-mounted water extractors to remove water faster. We can also use ride-on high volume extractors, which simplify removal over large carpeted areas because the technician rides on the machine during the extraction.
In a pharmacy store where you have fixtures such as cabinets and shelves made from wood and its derivatives, the rate of water retention is higher. Such water can compromise the structural integrity of the fixtures by causing swelling, warping or even rot. Our SERVPRO teams check the moisture level In your fixtures using various detection tools. We have moisture sensors that help us establish whether there is wetness while moisture meters determine the actual level of moisture. We then use air movers to increase the evaporation rate and LGR dehumidifiers to extract humidity from the air, drying your fixtures faster. This rapid evaporation helps for storage areas with metal or vinyl covered shelving to prevent rusting or contamination of the drugs.
Water spills can drive the relative humidity In your pharmacy store above the optimal 50 percent. Such spikes can cause a wide range of problems to the products on your shelves including reducing their shelf life or making them toxic. Our SERVPRO crewmembers use thermo-hygrometers to establish the level of humidity In the affected areas. We also take readings In unaffected areas and outside the building to establish a response plan that can fix the problem "Like it never even happened."
When there is a water loss In your pharmacy In Fort Walton Beach, Destin, or Niceville areas, call SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach. You can reach us at (850) 863-2552 any time. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.
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