4 Tips for Identifying Signs of Water Damage in Potential House

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Asbestos encapsulation, Interior water damage, Water leak detection

Water leak detection

Purchasing a house is a significant financial decision. You are putting a lot of time and resources into home ownership and it is crucial that you put the appropriate amount of research and inspection into your potential house. Many houses are purchased after just a couple of showings. This may not be sufficient time to identify any serious problems, such as home water damage. Home water damage is an extremely costly repair and can lead to additional housing problems.

Always do an initial inspection for home water damage
Although it is illegal for a home seller to cover up any known problems, it still happens. As a home buyer, it is your responsibility to look at all aspects of the home before closing. This especially includes inspecting for home water damage. Signs of

Tips for Cleaning Your Interior Water Damage

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in After a house fire, Asbestos testing, Interior water damage

Interior water damage

It?s difficult when your house has experienced interior water damage. You will have to deal with mold removal processes because the water is bound to stick to the interior of your home and cause the mold to build up. Water is the perfect breeding ground for mold, especially if it has gotten dirty and unfiltered.

Unless you have interior water damage from something that was heavily chlorinated ? which comes with its own set of problems ? you want to remove the water immediately and get the home water damage assessed immediately. Here are some tips to help with dealing with your interior water damage.

Water Interior Damage Can Be Helped When You Assess the House

First, you