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Water damage is the most prevalent cause of property damageand one of the most difficult situations a homeowner will experience. It can cause flooding as a result of extreme weather and inflict severe water damage to your property. Mechanical failure such as a leaking water heaters, toilets and ruptured water pipes might leave you needing water damage repair services as well. Either way, the effects of water damage on a home or business can be devastating. Unmitigated flooding can cause wood rot, rust, mold, and other types of property damage; so time is of the essence. CALL WIN WIN NOW!
Be it byflood, storm, or sewage, when water damage occurs, it is quick and powerful. Time is critical and the follow things must happen immediately:
- Furniture removal
Delaying the cleanup process will result in water evaporating and being redistributed into ceiling tiles and drywall. One minute your home is fine, and the next you have a major water problem.
Furniture and wood surfaces will swell, family photographs and important documents will be ruined, and carpet can become discolored permanently from furniture stain.
Drywall begins to dissolve and lose its shape, and carpet delamination can ruin the carpet forever.
Within 48 hours mold spores begin to colonize and bacteria start to grow and multiply. Unpleasant odors will permeate the property.
Responding quickly is paramount in minimizing and preventing extreme loss from water damage. Quick response time will also aid in keeping the restoration costs low and your home or business safe from mold spores and bacteria.
Types of Water Damage Requiring Remediation and Restoration
A few examples of water damage scenarios which may require water extraction and restoration are as follows:
- Water heater or sink malfunction
- Broken pipe in the wall
- Broken toilet supply line
- Leaky pipe
- Roof leak
- Water intrusion into the structure from exterior damage, concrete slab cracks, etc.
- Water damage due to a broken pipe in the concrete slab foundation
- Broken water line to a refrigerator or ice-maker
- Broken appliance such as a dishwasher, washing machine or refrigerator causing a flood
- Flood water from an outside source such as a water main, river, or irrigation system