No matter what the source may be a water damage in your home is bad news. Even the tiniest bit of water can cause all kinds of problems, once standing water is in your home or business the clock has started ticking! Professional restoration technicians understand the need for quick response. Immediate remediation is key to controlling any escalating costs.
There are three things you can do to help prevent water damage to your home.
- Know the water supply turn-off location. If a pipe breaks and spews water all over, knowing how to turn off the water is important. You have pipes and water supply points all over your home. The one main turn-off location should be on everyone’s mind.
- Repair leaking faucets now. What may be dripping slowly can quickly become a bigger problem soon. And don’t forget those hoses under the sink that feed the dripping faucet. They can burst, too. Look for wet areas under all sinks.
- Change the hoses on your washing machine. Washing machine hoses are pretty cheap to replace but if one of them were to burst, it’s disaster time. These hoses are always under pressure and if they, for some reason, tend to break when you are not at home.
While there are other ways water damage situations can occur in your home, these are the common ones. Don’t make a mistake… prepare now and avoid problems in the future.
But when the worst thing happens, such as a water damage in your home, don’t delay.
Why you need Rapid Response if the damage is out of control :
Saving as much as possible, technicians will first need to survey the property to determine the extent of the problem. Using a number of meters to detect the level of moisture in the home and various objects. These readings will help our technicians determine what will be needed to dry out the home and approximately how long it will take.
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