Reynolds Restoration Services was hired by the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania when a three-inch sprinkler pipe froze and burst, flooding approximately half of a 40,000 s.f. classroom building at Fort Indiantown Gap.
Once on the scene, Reynolds assessed the damaged areas and provided emergency clean-up services to remove water-damaged contents. We then began the process of selective demolition, removing porous materials that were damaged by the water. Drywall, insulation and carpeting were just a few of the items that had to be removed prior to the rehabilitation of the interior. Once all of the clean-up and demolition was complete, Reynolds went to work on the renovation of the rooms, ensuring that the classrooms were safe, dry and ready to resume lessons.
Robert W. Hatten
Facility Maintenance Manager
Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs Commonwealth of Penna.