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The Process of Removing Standing Water From Your Garage

3/19/2018 (Permalink)

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Water damage is a reality that can occur in any business. To remove excess water from your commercial garage in Germantown, TN, and get you open for business again, water extraction specialists use special equipment to rid your garage of standing water and debris to prevent mold and additional water damage from occurring. This process involves the following steps.

1. Pack and move items in the path of the flood. To prevent further damage to the items in your garage, they will most likely need to be moved from the premises before extraction can occur. Removing them allows professionals to assess the damage caused and salvage the items if possible.

2. Assess the extent of flooding and choose the appropriate equipment to remove it. Once all that remains is the water in the garage, extraction experts can choose the best way to deal with the water. They may decide that installing a submersible sump pump is the best way not only to remove the standing water from your garage but also to help prevent the garage floor from flooding again. Alternatively, they may decide that a truck-mounted trash pump is the best option for extracting the water and removing any debris that has accumulated.

3. Extract the water. Whatever means they choose to remove the standing water in your garage, the technicians deal with the standing water first before they can initiate the rest of the drying process. They pump the water out of the garage and dispose of it.

4. Assess further needs. The last step of the extraction process is to decide where to go from there. In the best cases, a few more hours of industrial dryers should finish the process. If the standing water has damaged the walls, however, they will need to be repaired before your garage is open for business again.

Walking into your commercial garage in Germantown, TN, to find standing water might be disheartening, but it is a solvable problem. Trained professionals can choose the right equipment for the job and have your garage up and running again.

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