Our Water Damage Professionals Can Save Your Antique Shop In Bartow
Is Water Threatening Your Antique Shop In Bartow?
Owning an antique shop in Bartow can be much fun. The people who stop in to enjoy your offerings hail from different parts of the country and bring with them a fresh perspective on your inventory. On the other side, you get the benefit of hearing the history behind each piece you bring into your shop and become a part of the item’s journey. However, weather events in Florida can threaten your quaint shop, compromising each piece and its history.
When your shop in Bartow suffers water damage, you can call SERVPRO for immediate help. Because emergencies happen around the clock, we also work 24/7. By calling us, you have at your disposal a professional team of water restoration technicians (WRT) certified by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification). You can rely on our experience to minimize your losses and restore your store as soon as possible.
One of the first steps our SERVPRO team takes upon arriving at your antique shop is isolating the areas saturated by water and moving items, so they are not damaged any further. As the shop owner, you can begin this process even before we arrive to protect your articles. If some of your antiques are too heavy to move, try to add risers to them, so they are at least protected from absorbing any water on the floor.
When dealing with your shop, we monitor the moisture in the air carefully, so it returns to normal levels. This is important if you have any wood furniture or flooring, as it can buckle if humidity is not optimal. You may see our SERVPRO crew control moisture by using one or several of these tools:
• Infrared moisture sensors
• Portable extractors
• Injectidry technology
Using a combination of tools available helps us restore your shop with minimal inventory losses.
SERVPRO of Bartow / Lakeland Highlands is at your service if water seeps into your shop. Just call us at (863) 510-5962 and let us leave your store “Like it never even happened.”
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