Water Damage Restoration Services Include
(772) 398-1131 or (772) 770-1131
Call SafeClean to help clean up after a leak or after a storm. We specialize in water removal and restoration. Our state-of-the-art equipment detects water and moisture that can't be seen.
We work directly with your insurance company, to save you time.
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What To Do
The intrusion of water or moisture on material over a period of time will cause water damage. Water damage can occur as a result of a burst pipe, a leaking roof, or a malfunctioning pipe while you're away on vacation. Natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires can also result in substantial water damage.
Any type of standing moisture is capable of causing immediate water damage.
Your eyes and nose will tell you whether you have water damage. Among some of the telltale signs are:
As the name implies, a standard flood insurance policy, which is written by the National Flood Insurance Program, provides coverage up to the policy limit for damage caused by flood. The dictionary defines "flood" as a rising and overflowing of a body of water onto normally dry land. For insurance purposes, the word "rising" in this definition is the key to distinguishing flood damage from water damage. Generally, damage caused by water that has been on the ground at some point before damaging your home is considered to be flood damage. A handful of examples of flood damage include:
Flood damage to your home can be insured only with a flood insurance policy -- no other insurance will cover flood damage. Flood insurance is available through your insurance agent, insurance company or local Federal Emergency Management Office (FEMA). To determine if your home is located in a flood plain, contact your county planning office. If you are living in a flood plain, flood insurance may be an excellent purchase, and may be required by your mortgage lender.
A homeowners insurance policy doesn't provide coverage for flood damage, but it does provide coverage for many types of water damage to your home. Just the opposite from flood damage, for insurance purposes, water damage is considered to occur when water damages your home before the water comes in contact with the ground. A few examples of water damage include:
It's important to note that flood insurance and homeowners insurance do not duplicate coverage for water damage. Instead, they complement each other.
It is up to you to talk to your insurance agent or insurance company about flood insurance and homeowners insurance, and then decide which insurance coverage you need to protect your home, its contents and your family.
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