Complex, disaster reconstruction projects that include foundations, steel erection, mechanical, electrical, equipment installation, interior build-outs, Engineers, and Architects require a skilled general contractor. Synergy Property Restoration utilizes our experienced staff of Construction Managers, Architects, and Project Managers to provide the “Total Package Approach” to disaster restoration. We combine our general contracting, construction, and disaster restoration experience to coordinate, facilitate, and schedule the project to expedite the period of indemnity.
Disaster Reconstruction Management
Disaster Reconstruction Management applies modern estimating, consulting, mitigation, and management techniques to provide our Carrier clients the expertise, commitment, and professionalism necessary for large, complex restoration projects. Our phased, Disaster Reconstruction Management approach provides the critical elements of cost, time, and quality control. All services are coordinated and led by an experienced Synergy Property Restoration Construction Manager. We work as our Carrier client’s advocate at every stage of the project providing unbiased advice, responsive only to our client’s interests.
We have years of proven experience in these commercial markets:
- Health care facilities
- Dental offices
- Educational institutions
- Hospitality facilities
- Housing complexes
Large Loss Solutions in Tampa Bay
If a disaster strikes in Clearwater, Florida, or the surrounding Tampa Bay areas, Synergy Property Restoration will be ready to respond at a moment’s notice. All commercial losses, small or large, are within our expertise to restore.
We understand that if your business is stopped, your revenues stop too. When a disaster strikes, you need emergency response quickly. No matter what happened, we’ll work hard to get your business back open as quickly as possible.
A catastrophe can strike your business at any time or place. Synergy Property Restoration is ready to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for our clients.
Here are some of the 24-hour emergency services that we provide:
Our highly trained extraction specialists respond immediately to remove any flood water quickly before any more damage can occur.
We have a specialized team that uses temperature and humidity equipment to remove all moisture.
The hazardous material technicians are on your property quickly to ensure proper demolition happens and is hauled off-site.
Cleaning and removing odor to restore the property to new is one of the top priorities of our highly trained restoration specialists.
Synergy experts identify and report the source of mold growth using specialized metering systems.
Our highly trained mold remediation technicians respond promptly to eliminate all mold quickly.
Highly trained, experienced roofing teams perform all types of commercial roofing repair and replacements.
Seasoned project managers oversee, schedule, closely manage the project from start to finish keeping you informed and sending regular updates every week.
Because we have years of experience, we recognize the complex nature of large project organization and the challenges that go along with the clean-up and restoration of large structures.
Leading Causes of Commercial Water Damage
Commercial water damage restoration is usually more complex than residential water damage restoration. It requires a more intensive approach. The size and structure of commercial buildings, the extent of damage, the different uses of space, and the number of occupants all affect the restoration process. There is also a time constraint for the job because a business needs to open asap. Some water damage issues are unavoidable, but most problems can be prevented when the cause of water damage is detected earlier.
Here are the most common causes of commercial water damage:
Roof leaks cause mold and mildew issues, fire hazards from shortened wires, ceiling damage, and compromised structural integrity. Exposure to heavy rains makes roofs vulnerable to damage.
Broken or damaged pipes occur from changes in pressure, deteriorated water supply lines and sewer drains, and cold weather (freezing temperature can cause pipes to burst). Bulging walls, water stains on walls or floors, cracked or loose tiles, and musty smell are all signs of damaged pipes. Detecting leaky pipes is challenging, and it usually requires some specialized water leak detection equipment.
Water damage can happen from windows that are not properly sealed. Windows that are damaged can cause moisture to seep in, which triggers mold build-up and warped wood and drywall. Regularly resealing windows can prevent this from happening as caulk can break down over time.
If gutters are not cleaned regularly, they can get clogged, causing water to leak into the property through the roof or the foundation. One of the most common signs of leaks in building foundations are puddles nearby or framing that has become wet. Inadequate drainage systems can also lead to water damage in your foundation.
HVAC Problems or Leaks
HVAC systems work by heating or cooling the air through a series of ducts. Over time, these ducts wear out and get damaged, resulting in leaks. Your HVAC system should be cleaned regularly. Excessive water from the condensation reservoirs should be removed to prevent any water damage.
Sewer water contains bacteria and other pathogens that cause illnesses and infections. If you see signs of sewage damage, such as gurgling sounds or water backing up out of the drain or toilet, you should call a water damage restoration professional immediately.
Sprinkler System Leaks
Leaks in sprinkler systems can cause water damage in commercial buildings. The signs of a sprinkler leak are standing water, wet surfaces like drywall and carpets, and the presence of mold and mildew. Regularly inspect your sprinkler systems for leaks and moisture.
Prevent Commercial Water Damage
There are several measures you can put in place to prevent water damage, which can save you costly repairs and any business interruption. Here are a few:
- Install a flood warning and monitoring system
- Proper insurance coverage for your property
- Inspect for water damage regularly
- Invest in preventative facility maintenance