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April showers bring May flowers, but spring rain can also lead to water damage. Basement flooding due to foundation problems and roof leaks can become costly problems when a big storm hits. The good news is by taking proper measures, you can prevent spring rains from hurting your home.
While flooding often comes first to mind when discussing rain damage, it’s not the only hazard brought in with storms. A roof in need of repair can lead to water leaking in and causing big problems up above. Typically roofs should be replaced every 15 to 20 years, and regular maintenance is key to getting the longest life from your overhead cover.
The gutter system on your home helps to channel water off the roof and away from the foundation of your home. If your gutters are clogged or not hanging straight, the water can lead to mold, landscape damage, wood rot, and foundation cracks.
Melting snow and spring rains can lead to pooling water in your home. Addressing outside issues is a must for keeping a home dry, but there are also inside steps to take to avoid standing in ankle-deep water.
Whether you have a flooded basement, malfunctioning dishwasher, washing machine, refrigerator or water heater, a sewer line break or backup, a toilet or sink overflow, or a broken or leaky pipe, it’s very important to call a water damage professional, such as Lamunyon Dry Out & Foundation Repair, who can stop the water source, start water removal and structural drying before toxic mold begins to grow, and to begin the process of water damage repairs and reconstruction so that you and your family or business can get back to normal as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the worse it gets and the more that the process costs in time and money. If you have a water problem, call us now!