Pensacola Museum Gets Commercial Water Damage Cleanup and Restoration
When the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola received commercial water damage, the technicians went to work to return this building to its preloss condition. Due to the sheer size of this facility, technicians used their detection equipment to determine the scale of the water loss. Particularly affected was the auditorium with water in the carpet around the staging area. The SERVPRO techs extracted the water from the stage and used squeegees on the tile floor in front of the seat rows. Thorough drying lowers any residual water odors and combined with the cleaning agents leaves the premises smelling as clean as it looks and ready for visitors to the museum.