Will Homeowners Insurance Cover Water Damage?

One of the most common questions we are asked is, “Will homeowners insurance cover the water damage to my home?” Experiencing water damage is no picnic, and worrying about how to pay for water restoration and repair can easily rub salt in an already open wound. Does Insurance Actually Cover Water Damage? When water damage...

5 Ways to Prevent Home Water Damage Before & During Winter

While water damage is always a threat to your home, the dangers can increase in winter because of poor weather conditions. With snow falling, melting, freezing and then adding more layers of snow on top of that, many things can go wrong. As we make our way through the fall season and into winter, take...

The Early Signs of Leaking Pipes

The signs that you have a leaking pipe in your home aren’t always apparent (at least at first). Some leaks are small and slow, and the water they unleash takes some time to soak through your walls, ceiling, floor, etc. That’s why it’s important to be able to identify the telltale signs you have a...

The Pitfalls of DIY Water Restoration

If you spill a glass of water on your carpet, by all means, grab a towel and clean it up. If a pipe bursts in your wall or you experience severe flooding inside your home after a storm, beware of the urge to take on the restoration process by yourself. Sure, DIY water restoration will...

Have Water Damage? Work With a Water Damage Specialist

Water damage issues from flooding, pipe breaks, roof leaks, and foundation issues can cause expensive damage to your home. Most homeowners know that they need to get rid of the water quickly, but few understand the sort of specialist they need to contact. Do you call a plumber? A general contractor? Your insurance company? Should...

What to Do If Your Home Floods

Flooding is one of the most physically and emotionally stressful experiences a homeowner can experience. Whether the result of a storm’s aftermath, a burst pipe or any other source, water damage takes its toll on both home and homeowner alike. But the damage and worry don’t end when the water stops flowing in. Mold, mildew...