Your washing machine sprung a leak or your pipes burst and now part of your home is flooded. Water damage is frustrating and can lead to many other problems in your home. Mold, damage to subfloors and walls can all come after a flood in your home. Don’t delay! Find out what to do right away.
Mold can grow quickly after water damage. According to the Environmental Protection Agency when you see mold you have a problem. The EPA says, “Molds have the potential to cause health problems. Molds produce allergens, irritants and in some cases, potentially toxic substances.” Reactions can be immediate or delayed, and it all starts with moisture or water being where it shouldn’t be.
Knowing how to handle water damage and how to handle mold is important. We’ve been helping homeowners and business owners for years with water damage, flood damage and mold problems. That’s why we developed our free tip sheets: Tips for Handling Mold: 10 Things You Should Know and Ten Things You Should Know About Water Damage.
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