Commercial Water Damage
Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts
It is important to understand that water damage gets worse with each passing minute.Damage can include: water-soaked carpets and walls, wet furniture and contents, and hardwood floors. However, the visible damage is often only the tip of the iceberg. Hidden damage within walls, sub floors, behind cabinets and in ceilings is the real danger. These areas can take weeks or months to completely dry on their own, greatly increasing secondary damages like mold. Choosing the right company is critical to protecting your business. From the initial water extraction to high-tech rapid structural drying, to reconstruction if required, we are there every step of the way. We will coordinate all of the details with your insurance provider or building manager and bill them directly for our services when coverage exist.
We Specialize in the Following Areas With Water Damage
- Water Extraction
- Heat Drying
- Dehumidification & Drying
- Deodorizing & Disinfecting
- Contents Restoration
- Stain Removal
- Document Recovery
- Fine Art Restoration
Regardless of the size of the job, our IICRC-certified firm arrives in 1-2 hours or less to immediately begin the process of mitigation. With our advanced drying technology most commercial properties with clean water damage can be dried in just 2-3 days with little or no reconstruction needed. This allows costs to be significantly reduced and get you back in business FAST. Whatever the cause, Octagon Cleaning & Restoration is available anytime – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to respond to your emergency and to help preserve your building and contents.
Quick Tips if You Sustain a Water Damage Loss
- Do not enter rooms with standing water if electricity is still on.
- Do not try to remove carpet from the tack strip without our help. This can damage the carpet and tack strips can be dangerous.
- Call for help immediately! Water can be a nasty substance and mold and bacteria can being to develop in just 48 hours, posing a significant health risk to building occupants. Any delay in commencing mitigation will lead to further damage or mold growth.