Recent Water Damage Posts
3 Most Common Causes of Water Damage
Water damage can happen to anyone for a variety of reasons!
Each week, our team receives several phone calls from homeowners panicked by the amount of water in their home. For many of them, it’s a new experience—one they’re unsure how to handle. For us, it’s a routine we’re all too familiar with.
Water damage is a common issue many homeowners face at some point in their lives, yet many of us are caught off-guard. In a previous blog post, we briefly reviewed the steps you should take if you discover water damage in your home, but what exactly causes these incidents to happen? As the experts, we’re sharing some of the most common causes we see in Mooresville homes.
The plumbing system in our homes is as critical as it is convenient. We use water for a variety of purposes, such as flushing the toilet, washing dishes, and even taking a shower. But like anything else in your home, these pipes endure age and can have complications over time—such as having a leak or bursting.
There are several reasons your home’s water pipes can have damage, but the most common among these are high water pressure, having “hard” water, and freezing during winter months. Be sure to look into these issues and take any necessary steps to address them before you have gallons of water pouring into your home.
Though the plumbing system transports water, it’s often our appliances that end up using them. Refrigerators, dishwashers, and washing machines are some of the most commonly used appliances in the home, but they also tend to cause the most water damage issues.
As our appliances age, many of their parts wear down with use. Eventually, these critical parts lose their ability to function properly, which can cause water to leak during the appliance’s use. You can prevent these issues by keeping up with proper maintenance or replacing these appliances before their life expectancy ends.
Water Heater Leaks
The water heater plays an important role in your home as it allows you to have a much-desired, hot shower. Although we use our water heater every day, it’s not something we often think about—at least, not until it starts leaking gallons of hot water onto your floor.
Water heaters don’t last forever—typically between 6 and 13 years (check the label on your water heater to be sure). Beyond that, you’re just waiting for a disaster to happen. Check your heater for cracks or external damage on a routine basis during its life, then replace it once it’s over.
Hire Water Damage Professionals
While there are certainly other ways for your home to have water damage, the above are some of the most common that we encounter. Regardless, any incident can be stressful, which is why we encourage you to hire professionals who can get you back on your feet. Our team at SERVPRO of Iredell County is available 24/7, so if you have damage in the Statesville or Mooresville areas, call us anytime at (704) 872-7466!
Water Damage: What to Do While Help is on the Way
If you’re like most people, having water damage is a rare occurrence. Because of this inexperience, you’re likely to just call your insurance company for assistance and wait for professional help to arrive. Unfortunately, every second counts, so if you’ve already called your water mitigation company (such as our team at SERVPRO of Iredell County), there are some things you should do while you wait.
- Address the water source. This should actually have been the very first thing you did, but if you haven’t already done this, determine where the water is coming from and—if possible—fix the issue. In many cases, this is as simple as shutting off the home’s water, but some repairs may be necessary as well.
- Remove as much water from the home as possible. You’ll need specialized drying equipment to completely dry your home, but that doesn’t mean you have to do nothing while you wait. Instead, you can begin removing any standing water from your home, such as with buckets or mops. This helps us cut down on the amount of time we need to spend extracting water before we can begin drying.
- Place aluminum foil or wooden blocks between your furniture and wet flooring. Water can ruin your furniture, and in some cases, it can stain your carpet. To help prevent this, place aluminum foil or wooden blocks underneath your furniture to keep it from touching wet flooring.
This is a good start, but if you have additional help or still have time, there are plenty of other things you can do while you wait. If you do have water damage, however, know that professional help is around the corner. Call our team at SERVPRO of Iredell County any time at (704) 872-7466!
Equipment Used to Dry Water Damage
We have many units of equipment to dry your home or business' water damage.
Water damage can be catastrophic. Carpet may have to be removed, mold might begin to grow, and the belongings may be ruined. Fortunately, water mitigation companies like SERVPRO of Iredell County can speed up the drying process and potentially save your damaged belongings. We use a scientific process to mitigate water damage, but a lot of the work is thanks to our special equipment!
- Air Movers. Air movers are high-powered fans that can direct air movement with a large degree of precision. These machines accelerate the evaporation rate, which greatly speeds up the drying process.
- Dehumidifiers. Once the moisture has evaporated, our dehumidifiers draw the moisture from the air and convert it back into a liquid. The water is then drained into a separate container or space away from the home or building.
- Moisture Meter. Our technicians use moisture meters to measure the moisture levels of affected materials. These readings inform our team of how wet these materials are, but they also let us know when we’ve reached our drying goal.
If you have water damage, the right tools and processes can help you recover. Fortunately, our team is certified and experienced, so we can handle the work for you! You can call our water mitigation team any time at (704) 872-7466!
3 Ways Water Damage Can Cause Problems
This mold growth was the result of water damage that wasn't properly cleaned and dried!
Last month, we had significant flooding in the area, which resulted in more than 100 phone calls in the span of a couple of days. Many of those callers eventually canceled services and decided to take care of the water themselves. Unfortunately, many of those same callers will likely call us back because failing to properly clean up water damage can create unintended consequences.
- Mold growth. Mold needs moisture to grow, which is often why water damage victims find mold growth later in their homes. If the water isn’t quickly and thoroughly dried out, the mold spores in your home will use that moisture to activate and spread. This is also why we use antimicrobial applications—to reduce the risk!
- Structural damage. Your home’s structure is also at risk when exposed to enough water. Carpet and hardwood floors, for example, can lose their integrity and become damaged. Water also enters porous material like drywall, so the moisture can affect parts of your home that you can’t even see!
- Bacterial growth/Contamination. Depending on the source, the water can be contaminated with bacteria and other harmful contaminants. But even clean water can deteriorate if given enough time. Water damage in your home should be addressed immediately to prevent health concerns, especially if a person with a compromised immune system lives there.
Water damage is more than an inconvenience—it’s also a hazard for you and your home. If you have an incident, don’t try to handle it yourself; call a professional disaster restoration company. SERVPRO of Iredell County is available 24/7, so you can contact us anytime!
How to Manage Water Damage
Water damage can be stressful, but it can be navigated if you call the right people!
Whether a pipe bursts, your water heater leaks, or rainwater floods your home, the end result is the same—water damage. For most people in the Statesville and Mooresville areas, water damage is a stressful experience that can seem difficult to navigate. While the cleanup and restoration process can seem confusing, there are a few steps you can take.
- Address the source. When you have water damage, the first thing you need to do is correct the source. If you have a burst pipe, for example, you will need to shut off the water and call a plumber. Whatever the problem is, it must be addressed so it won’t continue to cause problems.
- Call a disaster restoration company. Once you’ve fixed the problem, you’ll need to extract and dry the water. If the damage isn’t properly cleaned up, it can lead to further complications, such as mold growth and structural damage. A water damage restoration company (such as SERVPRO of Iredell County) is experienced in the cleanup process and will ensure you don’t have further complications.
- Call your insurance agent. Water damages can be costly, so if you have insurance, you should consider making a claim. First, contact your local representative and make sure the damage is covered. Your agent can also help you navigate the other end of the recovery process.
Water damage can be a pain to deal with, but if you correct the source and call the right people, it’s much easier to manage. If you do have water damage and need a water damage restoration company, our team is available 24/7!
What to Do If Your Home Has Rain Damage
Rain can infiltrate your home and cause flooding like it did here!
Every now and then, we have major rain events; some even result in significant flooding. But you don’t need to experience heavy rain for water to infiltrate your home. If you have a crack or other weakness in your home’s roof or structure, even light rain can lead to water damage. If a storm causes water damage inside your property, you’ll need to take certain steps to clean and restore the damaged areas.
Cleaning Up Water Damage in Your Home
If rain gets inside your home, it should be treated like any water damage situation. This includes addressing the cause of the problem and calling a professional water damage mitigation company.
- Address the cause of the leak. Before you can actually clean up the damage, you need to resolve the source. For example, if water is entering through a crack, you’ll want to have it patched. In some cases, there isn’t an immediate fix, and you may need to wait for professional help. In these cases, wait until the storm has stopped before calling a water mitigation company. They may be able to help or point you in the right direction.
- Call a water mitigation company. If you have substantial water damage, you’ll need professional help to clean and restore the affected areas of your home. A water mitigation company like SERVPRO of Iredell County can extract the water, dry wet materials, and restore damaged areas of your home. This is especially important because they can help you prevent mold growth.
Hire Your Local Cleanup Professionals
Rain can cause unpleasant situations, but you don’t have to handle it alone. A water mitigation company can help you completely restore your water-damaged home and make it “Like it never even happened.” So if you live in the Mooresville area and have water damage, call SERVPRO of Iredell County today at (704) 872-7466!
What to do after water damage has occurred in Iredell County
When facing a water damage, understanding what type of water you are dealing with is critical to ensure proper cleanup. There are three types of water. Clean water is water from a broken pipe, or other water source; rainwater is also considered clean. The term gray water is used to classify slightly contaminated water. Clean water becomes gray water when it is left untreated allowing bacteria and other contaminants to begin growing, making the water hazardous. Black water is highly contaminated and filled with fungi, bacteria, chemicals and more. Black water is typically caused by sewage damage, flooding or any type of natural disaster. Black water should always be handled by trained professionals.
Damage from Clean Water:
- Shut off the water source if possible or contact a qualified professional to do so.
- Turn off circuit breakers for wet areas of the building if access to the power distribution panel is safe from potential electrical shock. Do not enter rooms with standing water, as electrical shock hazards may exist.
- Remove as much excess water as possible by mopping and blotting. Wipe excess water from wood furniture after removing lamps and tabletop items. Place aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpeting.
- Remove and prop up wet upholstery cushions to allow more even drying.
- Move any paintings, art objects, computers, documents and other materials that are valuable or sensitive to moisture to a safe place.
- Do not leave books, newspapers, magazines or other colored items on wet carpets or floors as they may cause staining.
- Do no use your household vacuum cleaner to remove water as there is potential for electrical shock or causing damage to the vacuum cleaner.
- Do not turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet; do not enter rooms where ceilings are sagging from retained water.
Damage from Contaminated Water:
- Avoid all contact with sewage and items contaminated by sewage. Wash your hands thoroughly if you come in contact with contaminated items.
- Do no walk through contaminated areas, as you could spread damage to unaffected areas.
- Do not turn on HVAC system if there is a possibility of spreading contaminated air.
- Do not use household fans to dry the structure; air flow could spread contaminates.
- Discard any food and/or products for personal hygiene and cleanliness if exposed to the contaminated areas.
When you have a water damage, don’t leave your property to chance. Call SERVPRO of Iredell County.
The Science Behind Water Damage
Did you know there is actually a science behind the process of drying?
The knowledge of psychrometrics is essential to restoring a water damaged structure to its preloss condition. While your initial reaction may be to grab a few towels to mop up the mess and place a fan or two around the damaged area, we are trained in the science of drying and follow strict industry-approved standards to help lower the chances of any secondary damage.
- We inspect the building to detect every component that is wet, to help prevent secondary damage.
- Measure how much moisture is in wet materials and monitor whether the materials are drying properly.
- Speed up Mother Nature by using professional drying equipment.*
*A wet building can often dry naturally because the environment always seeks equilibrium. When materials are wet, moisture will naturally move to drier air at the surface of the material-but online if air is, indeed, drier. SERVPRO has top-of-the-line equipment to help this along.
Call SERVPRO of Iredell County, 704-872-7466, if you have water damage in your home
Mooresville Emergency Water Damage Tips:
Shut off the water source if possible
Remove excess water by mopping and blotting.
Remove and prop up wet upholstery cushions for even drying.
Place aluminum foil or wood blocks under furniture legs.
Hang furs and leather goods separately at room temperature.
Remove Oriental or other colored rugs from wet carpeting.
Do not use a regular vacuum to remove water.
Do not turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet, and keep out of areas where ceilings are sagging from retained water.
Do not leave books, magazines or other colored items on wet carpeting
Call SERVPRO of Iredell County for your water emergency needs -- 704-872-7466
5 Tips to Prevent Water Damage
Most Homeowners insurance policies cover basic water damage claims up to the purchased limit.
But you know what’s a lot easier than going through the claims process? Preventing the water damage in the first place!
Check out these 5 suggestions for preventing water damage:
- Be careful where you plant
Some plants and trees, like weeping willows, have pretty invasive roots. If you’re not careful, they’ll grow right into your sprinkler system, drainage field, pipes, and septic tanks. Plan before you plant to keep roots away from any water lines.
- Clean out roof gutters
You know it’s on your to-do list anyway, so if you can, take a safe climb up to your roof next Sunday and check out your gutters. If you’re seeing lots of leaves, birds’ nests, sticks, and whatnot up there, your gutters may not be doing the job you hired them for. And on a rainy day, a clogged gutter can send water spilling into your home’s foundation, through the roof, or down to your basement. That could cause some serious water damage! So next time you’re doing some seasonal cleaning, make sure those gutters are clean. And if your gutters are too high, be safe and get a professional to check them.
- Keep an eye on your water bill
With so many water pipes hidden behind walls and in the floors in your house, you might not know there’s a leak until the damage is done. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep a close eye on your monthly water bill. If you see it starting to creep up, or get one that’s uncommonly high, it’s a pretty good sign that you may have a leak somewhere.
- Use a drain snake instead of unclogging chemicals
No matter how crazy clean you are, from your shower to your kitchen sink, clogs are going to happen. And chances are at some point in your life you’ve used one of those powerful chemical drain cleaners to get things moving again. But as convenient as they may be, most folks don’t realize those caustic chemicals are also eating away at their pipes (and they might not be too good for you either). If you rely on them a lot, you could be setting yourself up for leaks. That’s why owning a drain snake is a good solution to clear away clogs. They’re pretty inexpensive, you can get them at your local hardware store, and they can cut through most any clog you’ll have without damaging pipes or making your eyes red and teary.
- Never pour grease down your sink
You’ve probably heard this before, but you should definitely avoid pouring grease down your kitchen sink. It doesn’t matter if you flush it with hot or cold water. It can still congeal and cling to your pipes, and could still cause some serious damage and blockage.
Some people use detergent to break up grease before pouring it down the drain…and that may help sometimes. But there’s no guarantee that it’ll keep the grease from sticking to your pipes, so why take the risk?
The safest thing to do is just to pour your grease in an empty can, and either let it sit or put it in the refrigerator. Once it hardens you can toss it in the trash and get rid of it. Done and done.
Residential Water Damage
Our SERVPRO Team Can Assist in Making Your Home Livable Again After Water Damage Strikes
Except in the most severe situations, you should be able to live in your home even as SERVPRO technicians go through the motions of water damage restoration. We always try to keep residents in their homes wherever possible, even if it means making accommodations in how we go about our business. Of course, access to some parts of your home may be impeded while we do our work, but these efforts are designed to keep the rest of the building working and livable with as little trouble to you as possible. Here's a brief overview of how we try to keep your home functioning as normal during restorations. When water damage in your has especially strong odors or mold presence, our technicians may put in place some quarantine measures to keep a section of your home separate from the rest of the structure. While this may entirely cut off access to part of your house, it also stops odors and mold spores from reaching beyond where they have already taken hold. Our quarantines range greatly in size, from a small area in the corner of a room to an entire wing or section of the home.
SERVPRO technicians may put up markers and warnings wherever there may be a safety hazard, helping to keep them as well as you safe from harm. This can be especially beneficial in situations with flooding or otherwise serious water damage where major electrical, structural, or chemical hazards may exist. Active Cooperation Our personnel is always careful to inform homeowners and insurance companies alike when the situation changes or needs shift. If anything happens that may change your living conditions or personal safety in any way, our technicians or representatives always contact you before going any further in their work. Keeping homeowners informed and updated on the restoration process has helped to earn us a national reputation for quality care and service.
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SERVPRO of Iredell County carefully tailors each restoration job to place as little strain on the homeowner as possible. If your home has suffered from a disaster, call us anytime at (704) 872-7466.
Residential Water Removal Expectations
It is undeniable that water damage is the worst nightmare for any property owner. Just a moment of water being present in the wrong place at the wrong time can totally demolish a whole building down to its foundation. There is nothing superficial about this kind of property damage. For one thing, water damage is multifaceted. Once it is found, it is imperative that the relative restoration efforts are performed efficiently and promptly to mitigate any potential microbial infestations which could develop from secondary water damage.
Potential causes of water damage and the need for water removal include leaky roofs, natural disasters, fire-fighting efforts, broken pipes, faulty appliances, foundation cracks, faulty sump pumps, and clogged toilets. Your Statesville home is a significant investment which needs to be protected, so you have to act quickly if a water disaster occurs and call the professionals at SERVPRO right away.
What You Can Expect With SERVPRO
SERVPRO understands the importance of a rapid response when it comes to water removal. We come to your home as soon as possible after you contact us and give you a consultation and assessment of the damages. We create an accurate evaluation which includes the source and class of the water that is creating the damage, how much water has caused the damage, and how much time had elapsed before we were called in to help. We also have transparent communication in regards to a mitigation and restoration plan, making sure you understand everything that we are going to be doing.
The Bottom Line
When it comes to water removal and water damage restoration, time is of the essence, and our SERVPRO team recognizes this. Our trained professionals are available to give you emergency water removal services at all hours of the day, to lessen any losses in your home. We take on every challenge with integrity, professionalism, expertise, reliability, and passion, as we work to establish your trust Our main goal, however, is to make sure you are completely satisfied, and that the entire process has as little stress for you as is possible.
SERVPRO of Iredell County are standing by and ready to help you in your time of need. When any water damage problem arises in your home, contact us at (704) 872-7466 so we can help remove the water and repair the damage.
The Effects of Standing Water in Mooresville
SERVPRO Technicians Respond Quickly to Prevent Possible Secondary Damage
Standing water is one of the most destructive forces in a flood. Although significant initial damage can occur from rampaging storms or unmitigated internal flooding, standing water becomes a far larger problem if it is not dealt with in short order. Fast water extraction through the industrial-grade pumps and extractors used by SERVPRO helps to avoid significant damage from mold, freezing in the winter months, and erosion and oxidation. These are some of the most devastating effects of standing water, and the top factors that make its removal an urgent task.
If your home has taken flood damage in Mooresville in the colder months of the year, it may be only a matter of time before the water freezes over and creates a much bigger problem. Most urgently, frozen water expands, cracking wood, concrete, rock, and even metal in your home. Furthermore, a layer of ice may form and coat your home. This ice can react negatively with many materials and force the replacement of otherwise easily restored items.
In all months of the year, SERVPRO ends up in a race against the clock to remove standing water before mold growth can occur. Mold will almost always grow after a flood if water is not removed promptly, creating a potential biohazard in your home as mold may cause health effects. Mold remediation is an additional and time-intensive process to add to your home's restorations, so a fast response is critical to avoid more work in this vein.
Oxidation and Erosion
Simply having water on top of them causes many materials to degrade over time. Metals and especially iron can rust and oxidize, causing severe and sometimes irreversible damage to that metal and anything attached to it. Other materials such as concrete and drywall can be eroded quickly by the water, especially if it is particularly acidic (not uncommon in a flood). Getting the water out fast helps to avoid most of this type of damage, and we can usually handle restorations on the rest.
SERVPRO of Iredell County is a local expert when it comes to flood damage. For our assistance and restoration services, call us 24/7 at (704) 872-7466
American Red Cross Safety Tips during Hurricane Season
The official hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, and the American Red Cross urges preparedness and the use of safety tips to stay ahead of the storm.
Although the 2016 hurricane season has been relatively quiet, August and September can typically be the height of hurricane season because the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean continues to rise. Hurricanes cause problems for people in coastal areas, but the storms can also cause damage hundreds of miles inland. In 2011, tropical storms caused devastating flooding in Pennsylvania and New Jersey hundreds of miles from the coast.
“The best defense against any threat of a hurricane is for folks to get ready now,” said Brad Kieserman, vice president, Disaster Services Operations and Logistics for the Red Cross. “Any one of these storms could make landfall and become a serious danger to people living along the coast, as well as hundreds of miles inland.”
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO Hurricanes can bring heavy rainfall, high winds, tornadoes, rip currents, storm surges and inland flooding. The Red Cross has three steps people can follow - build a kit, make a plan and be informed.
An emergency kit should a gallon of water per person, non-perishable food, a flashlight and extra batteries, a first aid kit, medications and copies of important documents. Talk with members of your household and create an evacuation plan. Learn about how your community responds to hurricanes and plan routes to local shelters. Remember family members with special medical needs and plan how you will care for your pets.
KNOW WHAT WARNINGS MEAN A hurricane watch means hurricane conditions are a threat within the next 48 hours. Review emergency plans, stay informed about the situation and be ready to act if a warning is issued. A hurricane warning means hurricane conditions are expected within the next 36 hours; complete storm preparations and leave the area if ordered to do so by authorities.
The Red Cross Hurricane Safety Checklist is available to learn more about what to do if a hurricane might affect your community. For more information on hurricane safety, visit the preparedness section of our web site.
DOWNLOAD EMERGENCY APP
People should also download the free Red Cross Emergency App to receive emergency alerts and information about what to do in case of hurricanes, flooding and other disasters, as well as locations of shelters. The App also includes emergency first aid information and a Family Safe feature which allows people to instantly see if loved ones are okay. The free Emergency App is available in app stores by searching for the American Red Cross or going to redcross.org/apps.
How to Prevent Frozen Pipes
Frozen pipes can lead to significant water damage, so they should be taken care of immediately!
Most winters, when temperatures are at their lowest, we get calls from Mooresville-area customers whose pipes have frozen and burst. These incidents can cause a lot of damage and are often expensive to clean up if you don’t have insurance coverage. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to help prevent your pipes from freezing!
What Causes Frozen Pipes?
The water inside your pipes can freeze when they are exposed to below-freezing temperatures. Pipes that are exposed or aren’t well-insulated are more at risk than their counterparts. As the freezing water expands, it causes the pressure inside the pipes to increase, possibly leading to bursting pipes.
Preventing Frozen Pipes
Frozen pipes can lead to significant water damage, but they’re not unpreventable. There are a few steps you can take to mitigate your home’s risk.
- Insulate your pipes, especially those close to outside walls, attics or crawl spaces where the chance of freezing is greatest
- Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage
- Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing
- During a cold spell turn on both hot and cold faucets near outside walls to allow a small trickle of water to run during the night
- If you are going out of town, leave the heat on and drain your water system before you go
What to Do When Pipes Freeze or Burst
Unfortunately, despite your best efforts, accidents can still happen. If your pipes do freeze or burst, you should take action. Depending on the situation, there are a few steps you can take.
If your pipes freeze:
- Open all the faucets
- Remove the insulation and wrap the pipes in rags
- If all else fails, call your plumber
If pipes burst:
- Shut off the water immediately to prevent additional damage
- Contact SERVPRO of Iredell County so we can properly dry out the damaged areas
- Call a plumber to repair the damaged pipes
- Avoid standing water to prevent electrical shock
- Take inventory of any damaged property or possessions
Cleaning Up After Burst Pipes
Water damage incidents can be costly to clean up and restore. And if you’ve never experienced a similar situation before, it can be stressful and confusing to navigate. Fortunately, SERVPRO of Iredell County has more than a decade of experience cleaning and restoring water damaged homes and businesses. If you live in the Mooresville, NC area and have a burst pipe, call our team today at (704) 872-7466!
Protect your property
Cold Weather can wreak havoc and cause costly damage to your home or business if you are not properly prepared. Whether it is heavy rain, freezing temperatures, damages winds, sleet or snow, all can cause serious property damage. While you cannot control the weather, you can take steps to be prepared, and help take the sting out of winter weather. To help prevent weather-related damages, consider taking the following precautions before winter weather hits.
- Check your business property for downed tree limbs and branches. Weather, such as wind, heavy rain, and snow can cause branches to fall and can cause damage to property and potentially cause personal injuries.
- Roofs, water pipes and gutters should all be inspected to ensure they are in proper order.
- Clean chimneys and exhaust systems to ensure they are free of debris.
- Test gas lines if they have been dormant to ensure they are in good working order with no leaks.
- Inspect your property, especially walkways and parking lots, for proper drainage to alleviate flood hazard potential.
- Protect pipes from freezing by allowing water to drip when tempuratures dip below freezing. If the pipes are under a cabinet, leave the cabinet doors open allowing warm inside air to circulate. Insulate all exterior pipes.
- If the building has outdoor faucets, consider shutting water off at the main valve in the basement or crawl space. Once the valve is off, open the outdoor faucet to ensure it drains.
- Make sure all exterior doors, garages, roll-ups and windows have sufficient weather stripping.
SERVPRO is available 24 hours a day 7 day a week for your emergency water and fire damage cleanup needs.