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Tuesday, 01 January 2019 05:17

Water Damage Restoration In Bradenton | When You Need It

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When You Need Water Damage Restoration When You Need Water Damage Restoration

Do you suspect that your Bradenton home might have a water leak? Water incursions may be minor, but they can lead to major problems over time. Even just a little leak can cause big repair issues, and lead to major health impacts, including the growth of black mold. Below, you’ll find a few of the most important signs to look for that might indicate you have water damage in your home.

Dark Stains: Check the ceiling, crown molding and walls for dark stains. In almost all instances, these are due to roof leaks. However, chances are good that the leak is not right above the stain, as water can penetrate the roof, and then run along the underside for a long distance before finally dripping on another surface.

Bubbling: If you notice paint on the walls beginning to bubble up, then there is moisture locked behind it. The bubbles are signs of the moisture trying to escape, and pushing the paint outward in the process.

Warping: Have you noticed that the ceiling, wall or floor of your Bradenton home is beginning to warp a bit? This can be difficult to notice with carpeting, but it shows up well with hardwood and vinyl, and is a sign that water is causing damage.

These are just a few signs of water damage within your home. If you’re unsure of what to do next, or whether you actually have a water leak, get in touch with us at FP Property Restoration. Call us today at 888-595-1105 to schedule a free assessment.

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