Call Safe Clean to help clean up after a leak or storm. We are nationally certified and specialize in water removal and restoration. Our state-of-the-art equipment detects water and moisture that can’t be seen with the naked eye.
We work directly with your insurance company, so you don’t have to.
Water damage is one of the leading causes of loss of property in the United States. It is vital that homeowners be able to identify possible water damage and more importantly find experienced and certified professionals to assess the damage and restore their home. There are several causes of water damage, each of which carries a different severity and set of risks. Dishwashers and washing machines can leak or overflow leading to damages. Broken pipes or cracks in the foundation of a home can cause water to accumulate in unseen locations and often go unnoticed until water spots appear on walls or on the ceiling. Broken sump pumps and overflowing toilets are a common cause of water damage and can be among the most hazardous. Natural disasters and bad weather are some of the most destructive causes of water damage and are largely not preventable.
No matter what the cause is, untreated water damage can result in massive expenses and headaches for homeowners. Many homeowners are not aware just how damaging household disasters involving water can be. Simply fixing a leak or the source of the water is not enough to resolve many unforeseen issues. Water can cause degradation of household building materials which can also compromise structural integrity which often results in a higher price tag down the road.
There are numerous health risks associated with water damage that many people may not be aware of. One common risk associated with water damage, especially in unseen locations is the growth of toxic mold. There are countless strains of mold which can grow in affected areas which pose serious health risks to humans. Many short-term effects are quite unpleasant such as fatigue, coughing, and rashes. The long-term effects of mold can be far more frightening such as several different cancers and severe, possibly life-threatening infections.
For many people, a home is the largest investment they will make. It is important that homeowners protect their investment and call in an expert at the first sign of water damage. Calling a certified water damage restoration expert is the safest way to achieve restoration after a disaster has occurred. Don’t take chances with your home or your health, call in an expert. It might just be the most important call you ever make.
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