Minimize Losses & Restore Your Business to Its Pre-Loss Condition

Water & Flood Damage Restoration

Protect Your Business, Prevent Further Water Damage, & Loss of Income

As soon as water damage strikes your business, our highly skilled IICRC Certified Water Damage Restoration Technicians (WRT) are quickly dispatched for emergency water extraction and equipped with the most extensive inventory of drying equipment in the state to mitigate any size of water loss using nationally approved drying procedures. Once the emergency service is completed, a Loss Specialist will inspect the property to determine the water damage in the affected areas. The Loss Specialist will meet with the insured and insurance adjuster to agree on a scope of repairs.

A flooded warehouse with inches of standing water.

Metro Handles the Mitigation From Start to Finish

Metro has been helping our commercial clients recover from water damage since 1979. When it comes to water damage mitigation, disaster recovery could include:

Immediate Extraction of Standing Water

To reduce the possibility of structural damage, our highly skilled WRTs will immediately remove all excess water from the structure. Our mitigation team uses state-of-the-art equipment to properly mitigate the damage so that we can start the drying process. 

Advanced Drying Procedures

In the event of flooding and other water-related disasters, prompt and proper drying is essential to minimize losses. If the structure isn’t dried properly, it can lead to mold growth, hidden moisture buildup, and other serious issues. Our mitigation team uses advanced drying procedures to properly ensure that the moisture is removed from all of the structural materials throughout the structure. 

Sewage Backup Remediation & Flood Water Intrusion

Category 3 Water can come from sewage, ground surface water, wind-driven rain from hurricanes, tropical storms, or other related events. It is grossly contaminated and can contain pathogenic, toxigenic, or other harmful agents. Metro’s technicians have their required vaccinations and personal protective equipment to properly remediate Category 3 losses. Metro follows the recommendation of the IICRC’s S500 standard for water damage remediation.

Trust the Mitigation Experts

At Metro Disaster Specialists, our team is trained and ready to respond quickly to handle water damage of any size. Metro’s long history of professional approach and practical knowledge has made our commercial disaster recovery services an essential resource for business owners and insurance professionals. We’ll work hard to restore all of your property to its pre-loss condition.

24/7-365 Emergency Response

Our expert Emergency Response Teams are just a phone call away to take action. When you call Metro, our managerial staff are on standby with restoration and reconstruction crews. We’ll be on location within minutes to secure your property and contents against further damage.

PRIME Program for Businesses

Commercial disasters happen, and our Prepared Response in Managed Emergencies (PRIME) Program is a free opportunity to provide a plan for business owners to minimize losses due to interruption and control the cost of restoring operations. Proper planning for a disaster within your organization is vital. Let Metro’s team of loss prevention professionals help your organization plan to be prepared in the event of a disaster.

FAQs

Once water damage has occurred, step one should be to call your insurance company and inform them of property damage.  Step two is to begin the water damage restoration process. Water damage restoration should begin 24-72  hours after the initial disaster to prevent environmental growth and further damage. If you choose to work with us, our team will be immediately dispatched upon your call to get started.

Depending on the areas affected by the source of the water damage, drying time varies from project to project.  Every mitigation job is different depending on the elements of the structure, size, complexities, and materials all come into play when properly drying a structure. 

If areas are not properly mitigated, environmental issues could result in environmental growth, structural damage, health risks, and compromise the building integrity.

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