Fast to Your Door Water Damage
Restoration Team in Loveland, Colorado
There is no way to prepare for the potential disasters related to water damage in your Loveland, Colorado home or business. Unfortunately, the scope of damage caused by burst pipes, a leaky roof, or a plumbing disaster can be a nasty surprise. Whether you're facing an unexpected leak upon returning home from work, or a burst pipe at 3 a.m., the 24-7 Restoration team is available to take your call and quickly begin the restoration process.
The Dangers of Water Damage
Surprisingly to most, a small amount of water can cause significant damage to your home. Water removal can quickly help things look better, but if it's not properly taken care of, danger still lurks beneath the surface. When water damage isn't properly removed, and the area is covered up problems can quickly begin to multiply on your property.
A common result of water damage is deterioration of the building where the problem occurred. Simply cleaning up doesn't repair a slow leak or fully remove the dampness within the structure of your home or building. Even if everything looks as good as new, dangerous mold can be growing beneath the surface of your walls or floor. Additional worries include structural damage that can weaken your walls, floors, the electrical system, and even the foundation of your home.
A lesser-known problem that occurs with water damage is danger to the health of anyone who uses the building. Mold growth can be a serious trigger of allergies, asthma, and other respiratory illnesses. If mold continues to grow invisibly between walls or underneath flooring, the effects can worsen your health and the health of your family or employees significantly over time. Additionally, depending on the source of the water damage, bacteria and parasites can infect your home or business, leading to serious health threats.
Properly recovery from water damage is more than simply removing visible water. It's vital to find the source of the problem and completely extract any moisture in the building before a proper restoration can begin.