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Who Should I Call for Water Damage in my Ceiling?

Water damage to your ceiling can result from any number of scenarios, such as:

  • An overflowing toilet
  • A leaking second floor washing machine
  • A dripping pipe
  • A frozen pipe that has burst
  • Storm damage on your roof
  • Aging roof shingles
  • Ice damns in gutters

If your ceiling is showing signs of water damage, call a water restoration expert right away to get the water cleaned up. A local water restoration company will guide you through every step of the process to get your home repaired so you don’t have to worry about mold and mildew growth. If the water damage is old (like from a from owner) or in an area where it went unnoticed for a while, they may be able to recommend a mold remediation company to test for mold in your home. Because water can travel so easily through your home, do not ignore water damage or assume it’s “no big deal” because the water damage that you can see is often just the tip of the iceberg, hinting at bigger problems up in your ceilings and behind your walls. 

Additional resources:
Do You Need Mold Removal?
What Should I do if My Paint Bubbling?
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The Journey of a Mold Spore
Water Restoration How To
How to Keep Mold Away
Filing an Insurance Claim for Water Damage
How Much Does Water Restoration Cost?
Is That Mold I Smell?
Does Mold Grow Quickly?
Can Water Damage Be Toxic?
What Do Restoration Companies Do Exactly?
How Much is Ceiling Drywall Damage?
Why Would I Need Water Restoration?
Signs of Water Damage
Restoring Home Water Damage
Water Restoration Near Me
Water Restoration 101
The Water Restoration Process
Is Water Damage an Emergency?
What if your Paint is Bubbling?
Will a Contractor be able to Fix Water Damage?