What Should I Do After a Pipe Bursts in My Business?
SERVPRO Commercial Water Extraction Teams in Tallahassee are Available Within Four Hours of Notification of Loss.
What forms should I fill out for commercial restoration?
When restoration is required at your Tallahassee business, it is vital to understand the claims process for both your records and accounts. The first form you should fill is a notification of loss, which forms the basis for your claim. Burst pipes can leak hundreds of gallons into your business in a matter of hours. In urgent, emergencies the necessary form to fill out is the authorization to perform services form. This legal document gives our technicians the ability to begin emergency mitigation procedures that can significantly reduce the expense of a commercial claim. Water extraction typically involves the deployment of electric submersible pumps and extractors to transport excess water out of the premises.
How are emergency services recorded for my commercial claim?
When we perform water extraction at your Tallahassee business premises, work is recorded in a water damage emergency services report. SERVPRO is a qualified and accountable commercial restoration team, which means we welcome your review of work services. Typically, these forms include a job diagram to display the dimensions and extent of the damage. It also includes your commercial claim estimate. You can also review emergency services, restoration estimated charges, and any notes a crew chief has made regarding the repair. This information can be passed onto your business insurer to complete a stress-free claims process.
What are the critical documents needed to carry out commercial business restoration?
- An authorization form to begin working at your business
- Water damage emergency services report for your claim
- Crew chief notes that are digitally recorded in a job diary
Emergency services could help to control the losses in your business. Contact SERVPRO of North Leon County at (850) 536-6599.
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