The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes how water damage situations (such as from a flood, leaky or broken pipe, sewage backup, etc.) can be potentially hazardous… not just initially, but over time as well.
There’s not much that can cause a panic and loud screaming than when the handle of the toilet is pushed and — instead of everything swirling down into the sewer line — it all comes rushing back out.
You know what the “everything” is… and you surely do not wish to be the offending flusher who must clean it up. But someone needs to do the dirty work.
It’s that time of year when you start planning for family and friends to visit and, since you are hospitable, you start thinking of all the delicious meals, snacks and beverages you will serve them when they arrive.
Every year, home and business owners are at risk of property water damage. Water damage can happen for many different reasons and when it does, there are certified and insured water damage cleanup professionals like Regency DRT in Port St. Lucie that can help. However, property owners can prepare for water damage by taking preventative measures to stop it from happening in the first place. Here are some things you can do to decrease your risk of water damage.
It sits in the center of every sink, at the end of every bathtub, and could be anywhere at the bottom of a shower stall… that’s right. You see them all the time. Drains that faithfully work to take away soapy water, food waste and more.
So when they slow down or even quit working entirely, it is very frustrating and annoying.
Detergents, Soaps and More
When it comes to your home, you usually have two prime, important goals in mind: Keep your home clean and keep your home healthy. Family is important to you.
What is a water damage?
It can be a simple over-flowing of a sink onto the kitchen floor. Or perhaps a toilet didn’t flush properly and it sloshed out a bit onto the bathroom floor. Then again it can be a little more serious such as from a broken pipe that spewed water everywhere in the basement when it was time for spring watering of the flowers.
No matter what, water damage in your home is bad news. Even the tiniest bit of water can cause all kinds of problems, from the worst (mold damage) to the least (pesky odors).
Here are three ways to avoid water damage in your home: Continue reading “3 Ways to Avoid Water Damage”
Water has a way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it, destroying everything in its path, and completely taking over parts of your home. This can cause an immense amount of stress and take a lot of work to get back to normal. However, there is a way to prevent water damage from happening to your home. Here are essential tips to safeguard your home’s exterior from water:
Seven Ways To Prevent Water Damage In Bathrooms
Water damage in bathrooms is a common problem for many homeowners. The main reason for this is that there are so many different sources of water in the bathroom. Water damage threats come from all around whether it be the toilet, sink, or shower. Below are seven tips for preventing water damage in your bathroom as recommended by our water damage experts at Regency DRT in the Martin County area.
When a pipe breaks, you know it. Water spewing everywhere, making all kinds of noise and a huge mess that leads to all kinds of expensive damage.
When a pipe leaks, that’s a different story as you may not discover it until expensive damage occurs.