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Maintaining Your Commercial Building to Avoid a Water Damage

8/18/2022 (Permalink)

water damaged department store Our goal first and foremost is to inform you on how to prevent a water damage but we will be there day or night if you do!
Pay special attention to areas of the building where leaks are most likely to occur:
  • HVAC system
  • Toilets, faucets, and plumbing system
  • Windows
  • Building foundation
  • Sewers
  • Sprinkler systems

Document the age and maintenance records for all building systems. Knowing your building equipment’s age – and having them regularly serviced and updated – can save you time and money down the road. It can also help you keep track of equipment warranties.

Your first sign of a water issue could be in your water bills. A small 1/8” crack in a pipe loses 250 gallons of water in a single day.

Signs of a water leak include:

  • Dark or wet spots
  • Cracking, bubbling, or flaking drywall, plaster, or wallpaper
  • Pooling water or puddles
  • Dampness or humidity in the air
  • Sounds of dripping or gushing water

Consider installing a water sensor monitoring system at your business. There are different models and options available. 

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