Causes of Water Damage

Water damage takes many forms and can strike even the most equipped business or homeowner. Various flood damage scenarios deserve special answers. Regardless of the source or size of flood damage in your business, Paul Davis Emergency Services act quickly and efficiently.

Continue for more about a few of the most frequent causes of flood damage below:

Mother Nature

Severe weather will put any structure’s integrity on trial. When storms become serious, water becomes a strong force. Be it a flash flood, hurricane, or blizzard, when water harms your home or business, it becomes a serious problem. Nobody is ready for every scenario, but when something goes wrong, you’ll have our help.

Flooding in the Basement

Underground rooms are magnets for runoff water, be it from precipitation, a leaky roof, a damaged sump pump, or any other source. It just takes a single break in the cellar for moisture to flow in. Paul Davis specialists are highly trained to eliminate flooding from cellars, sanitize and restore your home goods, and dry everything fast to lessen the damage. Our team doesn’t quit until we have confirmed that the job is done.

Problems with Sewage Spills

Sewage flooding is not just repellent, it’s hazardous. Black or grey water pollution carries toxins that may lead to infection. Flooding from sewer clogs should be considered an emergency and be remedied right away. Certified Paul Davis emergency responders comb through and eliminate the damage from the source and all stagnant water damage may have happened. Our technology and years of training can solve the issues with safety and quality.

Damaged Pipes & Appliance Leaks

If your faucet, tub, washing machine or other appliance leaks, the outcome can range from bothersome to devastating. Stagnant flooding on the floor can seep into the foundation, collecting in hard-to-reach areas. You may cause floor damage and harbor a mold contamination. If your water damage results from sewage or kitchen malfunction, you additionally risk fostering microbes. Call an emergency professional inspect the area to avoid more expenses down the road.

Water after Fire Damage

It’s tragic enough for your home or business to take on fire damage, but it’s even worse to be stuck with water damage in the days after the fire. In the process of killing an indoor fire, your home or business may be left with water damage. This surplus of severe damage can leave your area ruined. Paul Davis has the training to eliminate all fire or water damage remaining.