Water intrusion—whether from busted plumbing, a leaky roof, a sewage backup, or some outside source, like an overflowing river or too much rain—cannot be ignored. Even the smallest amount of water can end up costing a homeowner thousands of dollars in eventual damages—especially if it ends up creating an ideal habitat for black mold.
Annual inspections and maintenance for things like gutters, appliances, bathrooms, and landscaping can go a long way in preventing water intrusion and mold formation. In the event of a disaster, certain steps can be taken to help clean up, restore, remediate, and mitigate any potential damage caused by mold or unwanted water.
Water damage and mold remediation professionals are trained to effectively remove trapped and standing water; dry out affected areas; mitigate and repair
For more information about water damage and mold remediation, or if you need assistance with an impending water emergency, contact a Best Pick water damage and mold remediation specialist today!