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Commercial Painting Nightmares When A Roof Leaks

August 23rd, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Commercial Painting Nightmares When A Roof Leaks”

Don’t Get Caught In The Rain

Some peo­ple may blame it on the rain. On the oth­er hand, com­mer­cial painters say prop­er roof main­te­nance of a busi­ness or home will help cre­ate dreams instead of night­mares. The sim­plest of prob­lems may cause the biggest of issues when it comes to com­mer­cial paint­ing and repair.

Com­pa­nies like Ren­ovia have often received calls of dis­tress after a roof leak caused mold, mildew, health and safe­ty vio­la­tions, loss of busi­ness rev­enue due to closed doors and oth­er gen­er­al water dam­age.

Mold + Mildew

The lit­tlest of leaks in a roof can cre­ate a steady flow of water into the walls of your busi­ness. You may not see water com­ing into your build­ing direct­ly, and need to look for oth­er signs you have a prob­lem.

Ceil­ings and walls may become dis­col­ored with stained spots, which could be a water leak. You will also want to check around doors and win­dow frames for poten­tial leaks.

Paint may bub­ble up or peel away from the wall if there is water dam­age in the walls of your busi­ness.

When these issues aren’t addressed ear­ly by con­tact­ing a com­pa­ny who works in com­mer­cial paint­ing and gen­er­al restora­tion ser­vices, mold and mildew may become present. The costs will begin to rise in total repairs when these issues aren’t addressed or missed in dai­ly rou­tine caus­ing com­mer­cial paint­ing night­mares.

Con­tact­ing a com­pa­ny like Ren­ovia who has man­aged these types of issues before will help pre­vent long term issues.

Health and Safety Violations

The Occu­pa­tion­al Safe­ty and Health Admin­is­tra­tion or OSHA notes a com­mon cause for poor indoor air qual­i­ty is “damp­ness and mois­ture dam­age due to leaks, flood­ing or high humid­i­ty.”

Orga­ni­za­tions like Ren­ovia who focus heav­i­ly on inte­ri­or and exte­ri­or projects are avail­able to iden­ti­fy your prob­lems and help pro­vide solu­tions. In the case where a water leak is present and your orga­ni­za­tion uses any chem­i­cals, mate­ri­als or oth­er prod­ucts which can cause indoor air qual­i­ty issues if wet, you may be in vio­la­tion of OSHA guide­lines and stan­dards and cre­ate a night­mare for your com­mer­cial paint­ing repairs.

When busi­ness­es are faced with chal­lenges like leak­ing roofs caus­ing inte­ri­or or exte­ri­or dam­ages, find­ing a com­pa­ny with a suc­cess­ful track record is impor­tant.

Suc­cess is mea­sured in our abil­i­ty to con­sis­tent­ly deliv­er time­ly, pro­fes­sion­al, qual­i­ty work allow­ing us to con­tin­ue strength­en­ing these rela­tion­ships.

Loss of Business Revenue

Com­mer­cial paint­ing night­mares are pre­ventable and in the case you face one, loss of busi­ness rev­enue can hap­pen in addi­tion to hav­ing to pay for a com­mer­cial painter.

If a roof leak isn’t noticed from ceil­ing or wall stains, paint bub­bling up on the walls, mold and mildew being present or dif­fer­ent odors in the air, oper­a­tional down­time can occur while look­ing for con­trac­tors and iden­ti­fy­ing what needs repairs and what doesn’t.

An apart­ment com­plex with a leak­ing roof could cause a need for major ren­o­va­tions and lost rev­enue from emp­ty units. Hotels could lose entire floors to water leaks. There would need to be major fix­es includ­ing inte­ri­or and exte­ri­or paint­ing.

When it comes to leak­ing roofs, busi­ness lead­ers and facil­i­ty man­agers need to keep an eye on the signs of grow­ing mold and mildew, health and safe­ty con­cerns and spot­ting water leaks. These actions may help iden­ti­fy if a roof replace­ment or repair is need­ed and may save time and mon­ey.

The lead­er­ship at Ren­ovia believes in uncom­pro­mised char­ac­ter, deliv­er­ing on com­mit­ments, build­ing rela­tion­ships, and mak­ing the right choic­es when it comes to rebuild­ing their customer’s busi­ness and liveli­hood.

Ren­ovia imple­ments core val­ues in every job for every client. We focus on serv­ing first while mak­ing sure clients get treat­ed the way they would want to be treat­ed them­selves. They lis­ten intent­ly and focus on what will be and has been accom­plished rather than tak­ing cred­it for a job or accom­plish­ment.

If you have faced a leak­ing roof and need to speak with a com­mer­cial paint­ing con­trac­tor who will be open, hon­est and direct in answer­ing all of your ques­tions, con­tact us today. We would love the oppor­tu­ni­ty to speak with you, if only to answer your ques­tions.

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