It sometimes happens that building inspections create problems for business owners. Changing regulations and building codes can work against those who own older buildings. An angry employee can also create problems that result in a condemned building notice.
Business owners in Delray can bring their building back up to code and have condemned orders removed with commercial restoration. Titan Restoration Construction ensures that all issues in the condemned order are addressed. Repairing broken water lines, rewiring substandard electrical outlets, rebuilding stairwells for increased safety, and other minor repairs are often all that is needed.
When restoration requires more intense work, we are also ready. No job is too large or complicated for Titan. Poured concrete walls with reinforcements can replace current ones that suffer from disintegration, roofs with shingles that have failed can be removed, allowing the roof to be reshingled and restored, destroyed concrete blocks can be disposed of, and new ones can be installed.
For cases where damage has contributed to the condemnation of a building, we have partnered with SERVPRO. After they have removed any smoke, fire, water, or mold damage, we will restore your entire building to a state that is at or above the requirements of code regulations.
We work with all mediums and in all types of commercial enterprises. We already have the proper protective gear required, and the equipment your facility needs no matter how extensive the work required. We want your business to remain operational. We know that your business’s health depends on this, and on us. We always work quickly so that your time spent in a closed-down state remains at a minimum.
Demolition does not need to be in your company’s future. Choosing to rebuild and restore can also continue traditions that were started at your company, and preserve a part of the history of the area in which your building is located.
Call TITAN RESTORATION CONSTRUCTION for any restoration work you need at 561-345-3751. We know how important your business is, not only to you but also to your employees and their families.