Much like the process of building a residential or commercial property, restoring one or the other after a disaster can be a completely different process. Commercial building damage can be easier to clean and repair, but likely runs the risk of damage to expensive equipment in your business. In a home, the damages can feel more personal. But let’s take a closer look at what each type of property faces.

Commercial Building Damage

Whether it’s water, fire, or mould, commercial properties can face the same emergencies as your home. But commercial buildings tend to feature materials designed to be easy to clean and inexpensive to replace, less focused on comfort than practicality. Commercial-style carpets have a thin pile with no underpadding, making it easy to dry, and are placed in tiles to be easy to replace. Furniture tends to have little or no upholstery, making it less likely to grow mould or rot after a flood. But commercial building damage is no joke—damages left untreated can be a risk to your company property, the health and safety of your employees, and the success of your business.

Residential Property Damage

When it comes to your home, it’s safe to say comfort is key. Residential properties are full of cushions, mattresses, blankets, and thicker carpets with underpadding. All of these things not only retain water and grow mould, but are highly susceptible to fire and water damage.

Thankfully, Renolux Restore Group knows how to tackle any restoration job, from commercial catastrophes to residential repairs. Just give us a call, and we’ll be on the scene to help in just 1 hour.