Flood restoration technicians work quickly to avoid disruption to school’s education programme
Cwrt Rawlin Primary School in South Wales called in their local Rainbow branch recently, following a burst water pipe at their school. It is thought a hot water pipe in one of the toilet blocks had burst, and had gone undiscovered for approximately 48 hours. This had consequently caused excessive damage to that area of the school, meaning children had to be displaced, until the area was restored.
When Rainbow’s technicians arrived on-site, they discovered that the water from the burst pipe had affected multiple classrooms and storerooms as well as the entrance hall to the building, along with the basement. All flooring coverings and furniture in these affected areas were so severely saturated they had begun to distort – resulting in these items being beyond economic restoration.
Flood restoration technicians work quickly, to avoid disruption to school’s education programme Specialist drying equipment and tenting installed at Cwrt Rawlin Primary School. Using tenting as part of a drying regime enables targeted drying of the tented areas, resulting in quicker drying times. Understanding the need to work quickly on such a job, not only to stop any further damage from occurring, but also to allow the school to return to normality, the Rainbow technicians got to work right away.
Before the flood affected areas were handed back to the school for re-occupation by the pupils the cleaning technicians ensured the whole area was cleaned, sanitised and restored to a stable environment for the pupils to continue with their education programme without concerns.
Thanks to the quick actions and work of the expert restoration technicians, the Primary School was able to return to normality with as little disruption caused to the pupils and their education as possible.