What Should I Do if I Have Burst Pipes in My Seattle Restaurant?
SERVPRO Provides Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Seattle
Now that the weather is beginning to get colder, it is a wise idea to turn the heat up in your restaurant's building overnight. Some restaurant owners turn their heat down or possibly off altogether during the summer when nobody is in the eatery when they are closed at night. However, now that the season is changing, the temperatures may drop below freezing at night, and it is essential to make sure the heat in your restaurant is up high enough to prevent your water pipes from freezing at night.
When handling commercial water damage projects in Seattle, our SERVPRO technicians find that pipes freezing in the fall are a significant issue. One morning you could go into your restaurant to open it up and find hundreds of gallons of water on your floors. Disasters like this could cause numerous problems, including jeopardizing the cleanliness of your eatery. Burst pipes could also cause your restaurant to have to shut its doors temporarily.
Whenever we work on a project in a place of business, we know that time is money. If possible, we can try to complete the work in sections so that your restaurant can stay open. For example, in some cases, our SERVPRO technicians can conduct the following services overnight while your business is closed:
- Emergency Services for Water Damage
- Repair Ceiling Leaks
- Water Clean Up
- Water Removal Services
- Water Damage Repairs
- Cleaning Up After a Sewer Backup
Once we inspect your eatery and determine the severity of the issues, we can formulate a plan of attack catered to your unique situation. When we find all of the places in your building that water went, we can start the restoration process with the extraction phase.
If your pipes in your restaurant ever freeze and break, call SERVPRO of Seattle Northeast at (206) 362-9295.