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Water Removal in Cedar Hill

11/14/2016 (Permalink)

Water Damage Water Removal in Cedar Hill SERVPRO Removes Unwanted Water Mitigating Damages in Cedar Hill

Rely on SERVPRO for the Heavy Lifting with Water Damage Restoration

Water damage is one of the main culprits that homeowners must contend with during usually unforeseen circumstances. There are many of ways that your home can experience water damage, requiring professional water removal.
 
Water removal in Cedar Hill can be easier, faster, and less stressful than you thought possible. With our professional water removal specialists at SERVPRO, you can take refuge in our abilities, best practices, and professionalism. If it looks like a big problem, it probably is. Trust the pros.
 
Preventing Water Damage before it Strikes, Some Tips from SERVPRO
Luckily, water damage can easily be avoided in most cases if, as a homeowner, you take the time to maintain and detect problems before they turn into a costly water event. You can take easy prevention measures both inside and outside of your home, as explained below.
 
To avoid water from rotting your roof tiles and seeping into your home, take the time to ensure that you have good drainage. Clean your gutters and make sure that they are free of compacted leaves and debris. Also, make sure you direct your downspouts 5 to 10 feet away from your home -- you don’t want the drained water to pool around your home and damage your foundation. To further protect your foundation, you ensure that your yard is sloped away from your home so that rainwater does not take the path of least resistance and pool around your foundation or crawl space.
 
Inside your home, take a walk around and check all of your water-carrying pipes. Check for dark spots under the locations of the pipes, on your ceilings, around your air conditioning vents, and underneath all of your sinks. Leaks that are found should be repaired right away. Copper pipes can give way to pinhole leaks and become worse as time goes on. Once you have repaired any leaks, repair any damaged drywall to avoid mold growth. Call our remediation experts if the mold patch is visible and several square feet.
 
Contact Us Today
Call SERVPRO of Southeast Dallas County at (972) 227-0800. Our 24/7 Emergency Services are available to take your call and respond to your water emergency day or night.