Drip. Drip. Drip. Splash!
Even the smallest drip can quickly turn into a major issue, causing hundreds or even thousands of dollars of damage in your home. Water damage can be extremely devastating. This is why it is so important to do everything in your power to prevent water damage from ever happening. And it is much easier than you may think.
Water Damage Prevention Tips from ServiceMaster of LincolnPark In Chicago
- Check for Leaks: First, turn off all of the appliances in your home that use water. Next, go outside and take a look at your water meter. Record the reading. Leave the appliances off for an hour or so and go back outside to check the meter. If the reading has changed, you probably have a leak.
- Check Appliances: Check the hoses on your dishwasher and washing machine, two common causes of water damage. If you notice any leaks or standing water under your hoses or discoloration, replace the hoses as soon as possible. Your refrigerator is also a common culprit of water damage, especially refrigerators with built-in ice makers. Sometimes the lines to the ice maker burst, causing water damage.
- Check Sinks and Tubs: Check your sinks and bathtub to make sure nothing is leaking. Is the caulking intact? Sinks and tubs often need to be re-caulked to prevent water damage.
Still, despite your best efforts, water damage can still happen. And when it does, ServiceMaster of Lincoln Park Chicago is here to help. While we hope a disaster never happens to you, our technicians are ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to help rectify your situation. We are committed to providing excellent work, exceptional customer service, and above all, peace of mind.
If you have any questions about Water Damage Prevention Tips from ServiceMaster of Lincoln Park in Chicago, please contact ServiceMaster of LincolnPark by calling 800-515-1938 or click here today! Follow us on Facebookand Twitter as well! With years of experience in helping individuals and families like you with flood restoration, we are the best choice for the job.