SERVPRO Offers State of the Art Methods and Equipment for Water Damaged Documents and Structures in the New Orleans Area
Document Drying in New Orleans Municipal Buildings
From the public records archives in various districts throughout the city of New Orleans to the deeds and blueprints for various structures built across the skyline, many sensitive and original documents need protection. When disasters like water damage occur, these items become at risk for deterioration and degradation, or the very least become illegible to those that might need them in the future. Our team of professionals has the experience to help.
Water damage in New Orleans municipal buildings requires a fast response from trained professionals like our SERVPRO team. We have experience through our years of service in The Westbank and our extensive training through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) in both Water Restoration (WRT) and Applied Structural Drying (ASD.) If you have already worked with our team in the past, we have likely encouraged the use of our mobile Emergency READY Profile Program app that helps to delegate critical data about your ready plan during a crisis.
Documents that become exposed to spreading water loss incidents can instantly begin absorbing moisture from the moment of contact. Protecting these filings and other contents of the office spaces and storage areas fall to the capable hands of our SERVPRO professionals. Not only can we employ time-saving drying strategies with broader area solutions like high-velocity air movers and desiccant dehumidifiers, but we also have a division trained explicitly for recovery needs like document drying.
We have a mobile freeze-drying unit which combines a vacuum to flash-freezing documents. This combination of actions can remove moisture from the documents salvaged from the building and prevent further degradation, deterioration, or ink bleeding. Our SERVPRO professionals can also ensure the protection and safekeeping of this information as to return it immediately to your care upon recovery. Sounds complicated? Look up lyophilization for a broader explanation.
When your municipal building becomes threatened by a water loss incident, your records and files also remain at risk until the situation gets resolved. You can trust in the experience of our SERVPRO of The New Orleans Westbank restorers to help however you need it. Give us a call at (504) 348-7526.