Regular maintenance to your appliances can lower the risk of water damage.
Homeowners have a low appreciation for the appliances in their home, so much so that they react to the problems that their machines experience instead of checking them regularly for routine wear and tear concerns. Even an annual inspection can help to identify risks and potential problems and help you to avoid these concerns before they turn into substantial water loss events.
The dishwasher is not always the problem. User error has attributed to many water loss incidents in local homes as well, where the appliance did not get entirely closed or wedged open as the washing and rinsing cycles run. Several gallons of water can drain out onto the floors of the kitchen and to the rest of your property if it is not shut off immediately.
The initial assessment of the damage, however it originated, is critical to determining what must happen to restore it, this is a precursor to the work that must occur in that first visit. Extraction and even initial drying efforts can help to limit the widespread damage that weakens the structural elements of your home. Fast response from our technicians can help to reduce or even eliminate swelling and irreparable damage to flooring materials in this affected area of your home.