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Keeping Water Troubles at Bay | SERVPRO® of Conway & Faulkner Counties

12/29/2022 (Permalink)

a white ceiling showing signs of water damage from a leak If you experience any water damage inside your home or business, reach out to SERVPRO of Conway & Faulkner Counties.

Slowly leaking water problems aren’t always easily noticeable. Sometimes a situation can develop slowly through a tiny leak and you won’t notice until the damage has already been done!

Excess moisture can cause a multitude of problems within your home. Stopping a water leak at its source is the best way to prevent a large and costly repair.

The longer water damage goes undetected in your home, the worse it can get! Read on to learn about some water damage prevention strategies.

Water Fixture Troubles

Sinks are a common source of water troubles. Water supply lines can slowly wear away or the sealing around the connections can deteriorate over time. This can also happen to your showers, bathtubs or toilets.

The best way to notice a problem is to frequently check on these areas of your home! Every time you clean these spaces, check for moisture or slow drips. Even a small leak can waste thousands of gallons of water a year and waste a lot of money.

Water From Appliance Failures

We love the convenience of appliances like refrigerators and dishwashers, but they come with their own water risks! Any type of malfunction or blockage can cause a massive leak all over your kitchen floor. A water disaster of this size can lead to warped floors or ruined wood trim.

Checking for leaks can be easy to do! Simply unplug your appliances and check behind them for water spots or staining. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, call us right away so we can further investigate.

Water Damage From Weather

Not all water damage issues originate inside your homes! We are vulnerable to the danger of Mother Nature at any time.

We are no strangers to winter weather. While we may avoid some of the harshest temperatures and storms like some of the country endures, we surely see our fair share of winter storms. Because of this, it is important to always know how you and your family will react to ice, rain, sleet and snow at any given time.

Managing the moisture in your home is a great way to reduce your risk of water damage. Any steps you can take on a daily basis can go a long way in protecting your home!

Clean out your gutters every season and make sure your downspouts are installed and pointing away from your foundation. It is also important to do a thorough check of the seals around your windows and doors. An extra bead of caulk around any noticeable gapping or a draft can help keep moisture out of your home.

If you experience water damage inside your home or business, call us247. We have the experience and equipment to get your property back in working order fast.

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