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    The Causes and Restoration of Water Damage

    While water damage is a massive issue, many people can go weeks or sometimes even months before even noticing any damage. This is what makes water damage so tricky. The sooner water damage can be identified, the sooner it can be fixed and the easier the task is on every person involved in this case. With that being said, what causes water damage and how can you identify this problem?

    In this article, we will be answering these questions as well as diving deeper into how to restore and repair water damage. Continue reading below to learn more.

    What are a few of the most common types of water damage?

    Structural Damage

    One of the most common types of water damage is structural damage. What exactly is structural damage you may ask? Structural damage caused by water damage includes but is not limited to the following:

    • water seeping through the walls
    • water seeping through the foundation
    • water seeping through wood
    • water seeping through the concrete framing
    • water destruction to the drywall
    • water destruction to the ceiling in a home

    Each of these factors are a common sign of structural damage caused by water. Water damage to a home can potentially make the home inhospitable if not treated properly. In fact, in some cases the water damage may not be treated at all. This is an extremely dangerous and potentially harmful scenario.

    Sewage Cleanup

    Typically, swage cleanup refers to the scenario in which the sinks or toilets in a home are completely backed up. In the more severe cases of sewage spills, toxic black water or grey water begins seeping through the home. Often times, this toxic water is contaminated by human waste as well as biological waste. Sewage cleanup can be extremely harmful as this can pose a health risk to anyone involved. Therefore, this scenario needs to be treated immediately and with great care.

    Broken Pipes

    Last but not least, broken pipes are known to cause a large amount of water damage. This scenario, as well as the other two scenarios mentioned above, must be treated immediately. Often times, the homeowner will need to call in a plumber to help restore the broken pipes. In addition to this, a water restoration company may also need to be involved in this situation.

    The good news with broken pipes is that this sort of damage is often covered by insurance policies. However, if it becomes clear that these broken pipes have been neglected by the homeowner, this offer may be excluded in this situation.

    Now that we have a better understanding of the most common types of water damage, let us go on ahead to what exactly caused water damage to begin with. Continue reading below to learn more.

    What are some of the main causes of water damage?

    Water damage can be caused by a plethora of things. These things may include – but are not limited to:

    1. Broken Pipes

    First things first, we have already gone over the damage that broken pipes may cause to a home. However, how do pipes burst to begin with? More often than not, water pipes tend to burst during the winter months. This is due to the fact that the freezing cold weather exposes the pipes which can lead to expansion. This can often lead them to the risk of bursting. This, of course, may result in extensive water damage and even more costly repairs in addition to all of this. So, with all of this being said, how can you notice a broken pipe before it becomes a greater risk? Broken pipes are often easy to spot and can be noted in the earlier stages.

    One example of a broken pipe can include a backed up toilet or sink in the home. Another easy-to-spot problem can include gutter system failure. However, with this being said, broken pipes can sometimes cause problems that tend to develop more gradually, making them a bit more difficult to notice. This in turn can lead to extensive damage and costly repairs.

    2. Leaky Roofs

    It goes without saying that a leaky roof can result in an excess of water leaking into your home. This in turn can cause a great deal of water damage. More often than not, leaky roofs are often a result of older or more damaged roofs. These tend to get worse with heavier rainfall or snowfall during the colder months.

    However, leaky roofs can also occur slowly and over time. This is when it can be a potentially dangerous situation as many homeowners often will not notice their leaky roofs until the damage has already began taking its toll on the home.

    3. Condensation

    Last but not least on this list we have condensation. This is one of the most common causes of water damage, especially in older homes. Condensation often occurs when air conditioning units begin to leak. This often occurs when these air conditioning systems fail to be properly maintained, causing them malfunction over a period of time.

    This can result in condensation which can penetrate through walls, floors and ceilings. If this is not treated immediately, this condensation can often to lead to mold causing larger health risks.

    What are a few of the common water damage risks?

    It is clear that water damage can lead to many different health risks as well financial tolls and physical damage to a property. Below, we will be going into more detail as to what these risks entail. Continue reading below to learn more about these common water damage risks.

    Toxic Health Risks

    Water damage can lead to a variety of different health concerns. If not treated with care, these risks can be long-lasting and sometimes fatal. Some of these toxic health risks include:

    • allergic reactions
    • shortness of breath
    • skin rash
    • watery eyes
    • cough
    • sneezing
    • runny nose
    • dry or scaly skin

    Property Damage

    In addition to these toxic health risks, water damage can also cause severe property damage to your home. Water can quickly destroy all of the belongings in. your home including items such as furniture, important documents, floors, rugs, carpets, clothing, electronic devices, family heirlooms and more. Of course, water damage can also destroy drywall and flooring throughout the home causing severe damage to key structures. These types of damages are costly to repair and often take a long time to get done.

    Risk of Mold Growth

    What are the most common types of mold? The three most common types of mold include:

    • Allergenic Allergenic mold causes and produces allergic reactions including mold-induced asthma attacks, hypernasality pneumonitis, allergic fungal sinusitis and more.
    • Pathogenic Pathogenic mold is known to cause health problems among anyone who may be suffering from an acute illness such as the flu, the common cold, pneumonia, asthma, high fevers and more.
    • Toxigenic Toxigenic mold is one of the most dangerous as it can produce toxic substances that can lead to serious health conditions which may even lead to death. Toxigenic mold is also referred to as “toxic mold”.

    When it comes to dealing with mold, black mold is the most dangerous kind of all. Not only is black mold extremely harmful for your home but it can also cause harm to your overall health. Therefore, it is important to catch black mold before in the early stages or work to prevent it at all costs. In order to learn how to eliminate as well as prevent black mold, you must also first be able to identity it. With that being said, how can you identify black mold? Black mold typically grows on drywall or wood and thrives in specifically damp areas. Due to the fact that black mold often grows inside walls, most people within the building can smell the black mold before it is even visible. Therefore, if you find that there is a lingering smell within the building, it might be a good idea to have this looked at sooner than later.

    Steps to prevent the growth of mold

    In order to prevent any dangers to your health, here are a few simple steps to take in order to prevent the growth of mold within your building:

    • Step 1: Control moisture.
    • Step 2: Keep things dry. Mold can grow very quickly, therefore, be sure to dry up any wet materials and surfaces as quickly as you can in order to prevent any growth.
    • Step 3: Repair any leaks quickly.
    • Step 4: Monitor the ventilation throughout the building.
    • Step 5: Keep things clean

    Water Damage Restoration

    Professional restoration services to a home may include the following:

    Replacing drywall

    Using industrial equipment in order to deep clean the home

    Fixing any and all structural damage to the foundation or rood caused by water damage

    Thoroughly drying carpets throughout the entire home

    Remediating ceiling mold or mildew

    Of course, the water damage restoration process may differ from scenario to scenario. This has to due with the extense of the damage as well as the sanitation requirement or any unforeseen outcomes and challenges throughout the entire process.

    We Work With All Insurances

    We have experience working with all insurance companies and can help you file a claim correctly, no matter where you are located.

    If your damage is not covered by insurance we will work with you at an affordable cost while still providing the same high quality work and desired results.

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