When commercial buildings suffer damage from the effects of hurricanes, storms, fires, water damage, and other emergency situations, EDS’s highly skilled response teams are dedicated to restoring facilities to normal operations as quickly as possible. Our diverse menu of services, from 24-hour emergency response services to specialized cleaning and maintenance, are executed by team members who have undergone in-depth training and understand what specialized techniques will meet your specific needs.
Flood and Water Damage
When commercial water damage occurs after torrential downpours, hurricanes, water leakage or other disasters, EDS’s quick and efficient response sharply reduces the potential of harmful effects, such as bacteria and mold, which can be detrimental to the health of the people working or living in the property.
EDS’s proper equipment and expertise, combined with the latest cleaning and restoration technologies and procedures, ensure that your business resumes normal operations as soon as possible. The EDS commercial water damage cleaning process is highly scientific and can be customized to the requirements of your property on the spot.
Fire and Smoke Damage
Fire and smoke damage can continue even after firefighters extinguish the flames. The ash, smoke, and water used to extinguish the blaze, can cause further harm to your property. Trust EDS’s expertise in cleaning and returning businesses to their pre-fire condition. Our teams apply the latest technologies and procedures to effectively treat smoke damage and perform restoration.
Infectious Control Cleaning
Infectious control cleaning is critical in stopping the spread of communicable diseases, including MRSA, Covid-19, and other viruses, not only in healthcare and hospital settings, but for all responsible businesses. EDS uses the latest and most effective products and procedures registered by the EPA. Before disinfecting, EDS determines the nature and types of infections and organisms present. The surface cleaning fluids eliminate over 90% of microorganisms from your facility.
Following flood or water leakage, mold spores can multiply across a building and deteriorate the air quality in as quickly as 48-72 hours. Mold can also damage building structures, wooden furniture, and other surfaces.
Commercial mold remediation is a strictly regulated sector in many states and cities. EDS uses predefined protocols and project-specific procedures and currently follows the mold remediation protocols and standards set forth by OSHA and leading state health departments.
Expert guidance and results have earned EDS a national reputation for commercial disaster preparedness and recovery. EDS can help ensure your business is prepared for emergency situations by conducting a disaster risk analysis and helping you craft and execute a crisis management plan for your business. Our consultants are certified and trained to handle emergency situations of any size.