Types of Commerical Water Damage that New Method Restoration Services
Malfunctions or failures in plumbing systems can lead to water damage, including overflowing toilets or broken fixtures.
When water levels rise due to heavy rainfall, natural disasters, or other factors, it can result in significant flooding that damages commercial buildings and their contents.
Water heater leaks
If a commercial water heater breaks or malfunctions, it can cause significant water damage to surrounding areas.
When the sewer system backs up, it can cause water damage and potentially hazardous conditions for employees and customers.
Dishwashers, washing machines, and other commercial appliances can break or malfunction, leading to water damage in the surrounding area.
Overflowing sinks or toilets
When sinks or toilets overflow, it can cause significant water damage to floors and walls in commercial properties.
Cracks in a building's foundation can allow water to seep in and cause damage to the building's structure and contents.
Excess moisture can lead to mold growth, which can cause health issues and damage to a commercial building's structure and contents.
HVAC system leaks
Leaks in a commercial HVAC system can cause water damage to ceilings, walls, and floors.
Sprinkler system malfunctions
When a commercial sprinkler system malfunctions, it can cause significant water damage to the building and its contents.
Commercial properties with basements are at risk of flooding, which can cause significant damage to building structures and contents.
Clogged gutters or downspouts
If gutters or downspouts become clogged, they can cause water to accumulate on a building's roof, potentially leading to water damage.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters can cause significant water damage to commercial buildings and their contents.
Fire suppression system malfunctions
If a commercial fire suppression system malfunctions, it can cause significant water damage to the building and its contents.
In cold climates, ice can accumulate on roofs and cause water to seep into the building, potentially causing water damage.
Water infiltration through windows or doors
When windows or doors are not properly sealed, water can seep in and cause damage to a building's interior.
Water damage caused by construction or renovation work
During construction or renovation work, water damage can occur due to accidents or improper installation of
Flooding from natural disasters
Flooding from natural disasters: Natural disasters such as hurricanes, storms, and heavy rains can cause significant water damage to commercial buildings. This type of water damage can cause widespread destruction and can result in costly repairs.
Plumbing leaks and burst pipes
Plumbing leaks and burst pipes: Leaks in pipes or plumbing fixtures can cause water damage to a commercial property over time. A burst pipe can cause significant damage in a short period of time, leading to costly repairs and potential loss of business.
Roof leaks: A leaky roof can cause damage to a commercial building's interior, including ceilings, walls, and floors. This type of water damage can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor roof maintenance, severe weather, and aging roofs.
Overflowing sinks, toilets, and bathtubs
Overflowing sinks, toilets, and bathtubs: Overflowing sinks, toilets, and bathtubs can cause water damage to a commercial property. This type of damage is often caused by clogged pipes, broken plumbing fixtures, and user error.
Firefighting and suppression efforts that cause water damage
Firefighting and suppression efforts: Firefighters use water to put out fires in commercial buildings. While this can save the building, it can also cause significant water damage. The water can soak into walls, ceilings, and floors, causing damage to the structure of the building and its contents.
New Jersey Water Damage Restoration Specialists
Our WATER RESTORATION PROCESS
Initial Site visit
a water restoration Project Manager will be dispatched within minutes to assess your water damages
Containment, Mitigation, and Drying
our specialized equipment and technicians will begin water remediation
your Project Manager will continue to work with you to ensure proper sanitization and that all expectations are met or exceeded.