Schools/colleges buildings can often be large and complex. That’s why when a flood occurs inside a building, water damage took place and because of that, we have to face property ruin. Sometimes we thought these ruined fixing can be a big problem. But that doesn't mean fixing has to be complicated or expensive.
Camelot Emergency Water Removal is your best choice for immediate restoration and recovery after a major water intrusion incident on your campus. We have experienced water damage specialists and advanced drying equipment for water cleanup and water removal.
We have been providing commercial water damage restoration services to our clients in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, MI and other cities within our service area can contact Camelot for water removal services. For more information, dial 844-210-7333 or click here to make an appointment today.
In a schools/colleges building, water damage can result in the following:
Damages to Property and Materials
It can erode soil, weaken cement structures, make wood rot, and corrode metals, creating a wide range of damages to the school grounds, structures, building materials such as tiles, plaster and drywall, utility systems, and even ductwork.
Water damage can also cause contamination and destruction of the contents of a school building such as furniture, library books, computers, lab equipment, audiovisual equipment, and school records.
If a water-damaged school building is not cleaned and dried properly after the incident, it is very likely to harbor contaminants and encourage mold growth, which can lead to serious health risks to both students and school staff such as respiratory symptoms and allergies.
Schools that suffer extensive water damage will be forced to close to allow cleanup, repair, and restoration. The schools/colleges' ability to return to normal instruction will depend on several factors, including the scale of water damage and long-term health concerns.
At Camelot Emergency Water Removal, the benefits we provide for our commercial customers include: