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Waterproofing Commercial Properties

Waterproofing Commercial PropertiesWhile many homeowners make sure to waterproof their homes, these preparations are just as important for commercial business. At AA Action Waterproofing, we work with both commercial and residential building owners to ensure their properties are kept dry, safe, and secure through various methods of waterproofing procedures!

When water is allowed to stand in an area, one of the biggest concerns is mold. Toxic mold can grow rapidly and easily in a wet or damp space, and in as little as 48 hours a person can have the beginnings of a major problem on their hands. Exposure to this mold can occur without notice and through the air, and because this mold can have very little odor, those who come into contact with it may never even know it is occurring. The most common symptoms of exposure are cold or allergy like symptoms in otherwise healthy individuals, however should an employee or customer have asthma, COPD, or another respiratory concern, this mold exposure can be dangerous. Mold can greatly exasperate already existing health conditions, and this can put the occupants of your business at risk for serious consequences.

Water can also easily damage goods or inventory kept within the basement of a commercial building, and this storage area should be one that keeps your goods safe. The damage that an unknown leak can cause to property is serious, and this can lead to the loss of a great deal of money for any type of commercial establishment.

At AA Action Waterproofing, we take all of the measures we can to ensure your commercial property is kept safe and dry. If a leak is already present, we can find the root cause of the moisture and fix it to eliminate the problem as well as stop it from occurring again, or we can even take preparatory measures to ensure a problem never occurs in the first place. If you want to keep your commercial property protected, call us today to see how we can help!

This entry was posted in Water Damage on May, 07, 2014