3 Things To Know After Discovering Flooding In Your House
No one likes to find water damage in their home. One of the worst kinds of water damage to discover is excessive flooding with a lot of standing water, soaking into carpets and building up to create a miniature lake. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including extreme weather, plumbing problems, and faulty […]
Why Water Damage Should Never Be Ignored
If a small amount of water damage occurs in a home, it may not seem like that big of an issue. One might think that it could be put off for another time. However, that line of thinking can end up being disastrous. Ignoring any level of water damage can actually lead to massive structural […]
Spring Rains Could Bring Flooded Basements
Are you prepared for a rainy spring season that could cause flooding in your basement? Now is a great time to do an inspection of your home to ensure that the following items are in good order to prevent water damage in your home. Water Damage Restoration in Sandusky 1. Make sure your sump pump […]
Is My Sandusky Basement At Risk Of Flooding?
Folks in Ohio love their basements. Sometimes they are cool cellars for storing food. Some are light and bright walkouts with access to the back yard. Older houses were built with basements with only 6 or 7 foot ceilings. Newer basements can have clearance of up to 12-foot high, creating even more luxurious and comfortable […]
Are Basement Leaks And Flooding Covered By Insurance?
Homeowner’s insurance is frustrating. In some emergencies, you make a call for help and the insurance company delivers relief. For example, a burst pipe that ruins the kitchen cabinets is covered by your policy. However, it is sometimes denied when you need it most. External water sources are almost never covered by average home insurance. […]
Mold In The Basement
Mold loves to grow in the basement! There are many sources of moisture found in the basement. Because basements get no sunlight and very little ventilation, any water problems usually take a long time to dry out. To make matters worse, once mold has begun to grow in the basement it’s likely to go unnoticed […]