Removing Water-Damaged Contents and Materials from St Anthony Warehouses
Water removal and content cleaning are critical for water-damaged St. Anthony businesses.
Burst pipes or leaks in large facilities like warehouses and manufacturing buildings throughout St. Anthony can threaten the contents and stored wares inside. Fast mitigation solutions like water removal services and relocating affected items can considerably impact the efficiency of restoration processes to come.
Mitigation Strategies Beginning Soon After Arrival
While water removal in St. Anthony warehouses can be a large undertaking, we have commercial-grade trailered drying equipment to help. When combined with other vital elements of our SERVPRO Green Fleet, such as the truck-mount pumps and industrial generators, we can work fast to protect as much of the affected facility as possible. Water removal services are a key element of restoration and mitigation, and a combination of wet vacuuming and pumping standing water is necessary.
Clearing Exposed Contents from the Warehouse
We can also focus on other structure needs after water damage, such as relocating stored wares and items to a safer location. With the size of manufacturing facilities, it is often possible to keep dry contents on-site rather than relocating to our nearby SERVPRO facility.
Moisture Removal from Porous Surfaces and Materials
While there are less porous materials in the construction of warehouses and production facilities, it is not impossible for water damage to become trapped in certain building elements or the environment. Evaporative drying for the building, its contents, and its occupants can require several tools, including:
- Centrifugal air movers
- Drying mats
- Portable heaters
- Towed in furnace heaters
Warehouses can be the heart of distribution and manufacturing for the Greater Minneapolis area. When water damage threatens these structures, efficient mitigation solutions like water removal are critical. Our SERVPRO of Northeast Minneapolis team is ready 24/7 to help at (612) 421-2040.