Inc. provides Quick-Response 24 hrs a Day, 7 Days a Week to
fit any disaster needs. CCS Inc. prides itself on Quick-Response.
Natural disasters are on the rise. In
the last few years, commercial and residential areas were visited by
"Mother Nature's" wrath more frequently, resulting in severe
damage. If a disaster strikes your facility today, what is your response?
If you plan ahead, you can minimize damage and help ensure the safety
of your employees and visitors.
Commercial Cleaning Systems, Inc. offers a large staff of qualified
restoration specialists that will assess your damage and follow an organized
plan for restoring your business back to optimum productivity. Commercial
Cleaning Services strives to develop a plan that allows business to
remain operational during restoration. Our specialist will work hard
to meet your high expectations and deliver superior service.
Damage: Black, Gray and Clean Water
Damage is classified into 3 categories •Clean
- results from an internal leak or burst pipe. •Gray
- an internal leak containing some contaminants, such as detergents
or chemicals. •Black
- Almost any water from an outside source, river, seawater or
Response In Action What constitutes a "quick response?" Certainly not wringing
your hands or speed-dialing your insurance agent. Instead, a "quick
response" involves the cool-headed, professional deployment of
a plan developed ahead of time between you and your emergency-service
contractor. Here are some examples of "quick response" put
to the test.
When a large computer center
was struck by a tornado that ripped off half its roof, the emergency-service
contractor wasted no time. The roof was temporarily tarped and secured.
Monitoring the moisture level of the interior areas, the contractor
installed dehumidification equipment to control moisture and prevent
further damage. This "quick response" was instrumental in
salvaging 90% of the computer equipment and enabling a total recovery
of all documents.
emergency-service contractor for Union Station Hotel in Nashville addressed
multiple concerns simultaneously when the building caught fire in July
1997. After the fire was extinguished,
the odor needed to be cleared from the facility and its HVAC system.
Damage resulted from the dumping of 55,000 gallons of water to extinguish
the fire. Many dehumidifiers and HEPA air-scrubbing units were employed
to reduce moisture and eliminate odor. After moisture stabilization
and odor control were achieved, the property was inspected for structural
A "quick response"
saved this landmark hotel, enabling it to quickly reopen to tourists
who would never suspect that such a catastrophe occurred.