Drying Commercial Carpet
When commercial properties experience a water damage, they need to get their business back up and running as soon as possible. At this church in Argyle, a water supply line to a coffee maker burst, filling the room and their hallway with water. Since commercial carpet typically does not have a pad underneath the carpet and is glued directly to the concrete, the drying process is more simple but it does take a little bit longer. In order to dry the walls and the carpet effectively, the cove base is pulled off of the wall and holes are poked where the cove base was previously glued. Once the drying process is completed, the cove base is reinstalled and everything is "Like it never even happened."