SERVPRO Works to Keep Your Fort Myers Business Open after a Fire Loss
Commercial Fire Damage in Fort Myers Hotels and How Best to Restore Them
Commercial fire damage fort Myers
Hotels thrive during warmer months of the year, but the more guests you have, the more likely the chances of something going wrong. During these busy periods, a temporary closure can have a sizable impact on your revenues, which is why you should use professional restoration services to keep closures as short as possible. Our service has built a reputation working in the commercial sector through industry partnerships as well as with local insurance providers and adjusters. Using national-scale resources, we can mobilize a team of dedicated restorers to conduct repairs as quickly as possible.
Limit Closures Whenever Possible
A commercial fire damage situation in Fort Myers does not have to result in the temporary closure of an entire building. Usually, an expert assessment can yield an informed opinion on how much of the area needs to be shut off, either a floor or just a few rooms depending on the severity of the fire. SERVPRO can also provide a detailed itinerary of works to be completed as well as possible outcomes and timeframes. This kind of decisions can help a hotel manager to limit revenue losses by planning.
Multi-Pronged Attack to Mitigate the Fire Damage
Our commercial loss teams are headed by an experienced crew chief with qualifications in fire restoration and smoke technician (FRST.) We have ample human resources as well as advanced equipment to help control losses and restore the affected area to a preloss condition. A team of SERVPRO technicians can work efficiently to remove soiling or smoke residues from property under the precise direction of a crew chief. Once the affected area is cleaned, we can assess the best options for deodorization to remove smells.
Mechanical and chemical means of odor elimination
There are three methods of odor control with each one applicable to the scale of the task at hand. Commercial Ozone generators can be used on fully vacated buildings. These machines release an unstable O3 gas which alters the surrounding atmosphere and eliminates odor particles. In situations where the fire has been contained to a specific area, our team can deploy foggers or air scrubbing equipment to remove odor particles.
Commercial losses require ample human resources as well as advanced odor-control technologies. Contact SERVPRO of N. Ft. Myers / Punta Gorda at (941) 575-5910 today.
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