Helping facility managers survive leaks, floods, and water damage with 24/7 emergency water remediation services.
Dealing with water damage at your commercial property?
Water damage can devastate any business or commercial space, potentially ruining drywall, furniture, floors, and any products and equipment you have stored inside.
While you cannot predict water-related emergencies, you can have a proactive plan and a team to jump in and support you in mitigating the damage at a moment's notice. This is where Corporate Care comes in.
Your current cleaning service is most likely not equipped to help properly remove water, clean up water damage, prevent mold growth, and sanitize the space. Corporate Care offers all the services you need to get your commercial space back to its pre-water-damaged condition as quickly as possible.
On-call water damage remediation teams to get you back up and running fast
When disaster strikes, every second truly counts. That’s why our emergency remediation team is ready for action; 24/7. Our nationwide network of IICRC®-certified emergency water remediation specialists guarantees a rapid treatment of any water-damaged surface inside your commercial building, no matter how large the space.
- Minimize company downtime
- Avoid expensive restorations
- Prevent mold and mildew
- Protect your reputation
- Stop damage in its tracks
- Get detailed reports for EHS
- Fast response and recovery
- Access specialist equipment
Remove every drop of moisture with our water extraction and drying services
Stopping the water is the first step. The next step is eliminating the water. We will remove the excess moisture and dry out your building by using specialized water extraction machinery to get rid of any pooling water, then take humidity, ambient air temperature, and moisture readings to create a moisture map.
This map allows us to identify hidden moisture pockets in walls, floors, and ceilings to ensure we’re targeting the right zones with the right equipment and prevent long-term problems like mold growth and wood rot.
We use high-strength air movers to accelerate water evaporation and strategically place industrial-grade dehumidifiers and structural drying equipment to capture moisture from the air, surfaces, ceilings, and floors.
Our emergency remediation team uses advanced infrared cameras to monitor water damage recovery processes and tracks moisture levels through our digital system to document progress, create daily reports, and substantiate your insurance claim.
The water is gone... Now what?
Sanitize and disinfect with specialist deep cleaning services
Once we have thoroughly dried out the water-damaged areas, our IICRC®-certified technicians will place an air scrubber machine in the space to capture any microbial contamination in the air and treat surfaces with special cleaning products to prevent mold growth.
Next comes the antimicrobial treatments to rid any surfaces of bacteria, deep cleaning protocols to rejuvenate surfaces, and extensive deodorizing processes to ensure your commercial property smells fresher than before the water damage disaster occurred.
Restore your commercial property back to its original beauty
Once we’ve thoroughly dried out and sanitized your carpets, floors, surfaces, and air, it’s time to complete a final inspection to ensure the space is entirely free of moisture. Once satisfied, we begin our post-remediation protocols to help you assess whether you need to restore, repair, or replace any water-damaged surfaces.
Not every surface can be salvaged and reused after flooding or water damage, and drywall or flooring may have to be removed and replaced. We can help you with this build-back process, from installing new floors to drywall and painting.
Throughout the process, we will catalog photo evidence and provide detailed data reports, moisture readings, and thermal imaging to substantiate your remediation efforts, protect yourself against future liability with EHS compliance, and provide documentation for insurance claims.
Do you have a water emergency continuity plan?
No one wants to think about a disaster negatively affecting their business, but having a water remediation plan in place for when a water emergency occurs is crucial for any commercial business.
Having a strong emergency preparedness strategy is the first step in preventing water damage in the first place or minimizing it before our emergency remediation team arrives.
By establishing immediate response protocols, assessing your current processes and equipment, and developing solid business continuity plans, we ensure you can get back to business as soon as possible.
Facility managers typically have basic equipment ready for a water damage crisis, including dehumidifiers, air movers, air scrubbers, and empty barrels. However, water and moisture can lead to mold growth, bacteria growth, and foul odors.
Corporate Care is here to help you when disaster strikes and water damage occurs. Our IICRC®-certified technicians reinforce your supply with our specialist industrial equipment for better results.
The more supplies you have on hand, the quicker you can react to prevent further water damage.
Commercial Water Removal & Recovery Services
- 24-hour rapid response
- Standing water extraction
- Dehumidification and structural drying
- Cleaning and antimicrobial treatment
- Odor identification and remediation
- Deodorizing and sanitizing
- Moisture reading, mapping, and monitoring
- Mold and mildew remediation and prevention
- IAQ sampling and reporting services
- Restoration and rebuilding
- Providing large desiccant drying equipment and electrical generators
- Documentation to substantiate EHS compliance
- IICRC® Certified Technicians
Emergency water extraction & dry out services – Corporate Care
High quality. Fair price. Legendary service.
Specialty surface care is about augmenting and supporting your current cleaning protocols. As deep cleaning specialists, we pride ourselves on delivering stunning results with sustainable solutions that are easy to maintain.
Corporate Care has the highest staff retention rates of any specialty surface care company in the US. Our Care Team averages 12+ years with the company!
We show up on time. Keep our promises. No Excuses.
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Frequently asked water damage remediation questions
Generally, it will take between 3-7 days to dry out the affected areas thoroughly. However, this timeline greatly depends on the level of damage, weather conditions, and the type of materials used in certain areas. Our 24/7 moisture monitoring software provides regular updates and gives you a more accurate estimate of drying time.
You may notice your wood floors are wet and buckling due to water damage and worry about whether they need replacing or not. As surface specialists, our IICRC®-certified technicians can assess your wood floors during the remediation process and help you make an informed decision regarding replacements or refinishing.
Whether you need carpet restoration or a replacement depends on its condition following our drying and sanitization procedures. You may need to replace it if the water damage compromises the glue, the padding separates from the carpet's fiber layer, or there are irreversible stains.
While treating and during your carpet, there may be unpleasant smells until the remediation process is complete. But once we fully dry out your carpet, sanitize it, and apply deodorizing products, there will be no lasting smells.
Our emergency remediation team will take care of the entire moisture monitoring process. All you need to do is ensure nobody on your team or in the commercial building turns off our drying machines.
- Air mover
- XL Dehumidifier
- Air Scrubber
- Portable Extraction Unit
- Dry systems for wood floors and walls
- HEPA vacuums
- Odor processors
- Heavy rainstorms leading to flooding
- Broken water pipes
- Excessive temperatures cause pipes to freeze and break
- Old pipes that need to be replaced that leak, crack, or break
- Roof leaks
- Water heater failure
- HVAC problems
- Broken, damaged, or malfunctioning sprinkler heads
It’s difficult to provide you with an accurate estimate for the emergency remediation of your water, smoke, or infection-related situation. The remediation cost will vary from case to case based on the extent of help necessary. However, we can offer you a Not to Exceed (NTE) price for our initial emergency response and will then get back to you with a more comprehensive estimate.