Dealing with Leaks and Emergency Repairs

Every business needs a plan for dealing with leaks or facility damage.  Problems can range from minor to major and should be dealt with immediately to prevent more potential issues.  Unfortunately, you never know when heavy winds or trees will damage your facility, but having a plan in place will help you fix the issue promptly and with minimal disruption to your daily operations.

Minor Leaks

When water gets into your facility and creates damage, a quick repair is often necessary, but only a temporary solution.  A repair contractor should be contacted to assess the damage and prepare a permanent solution.

Emergency Repairs

Damage that occurs from severe weather conditions or a fire often result in an emergency repair.   Large holes  in your roof or walls can also result when animals chew through rotted wood.  Dealing with an emergency repair can be tough, but hiring a good emergency repair contractor and having a plan of action prepared will help make the process easy and smooth.  Mid-America Contractors has a staff dedicated to emergency repairs that is available 24/7.  Don’t use storm chasers who like to take opportunities for quick and easy cash at your expense! Part of your plan should also include clean-up.  Broken pieces of glass, liquids and other material can be hazardous and need to be cleaned up as soon as possible. Lastly, keep safety in mind.  Shut off all hazardous areas until they are safe and make sure you have appropriate safety equipment available for clean-up and removal procedures.

Thinking about damage occurring to your facility can be scary, but let Mid-America Contractors give you peace of mind knowing that we will be there to help when you need it most!


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