Learn How to Detect Water Damage

August 7, 2018
You might think that detecting a leak or a broken pipe would be easy, but water damage is not always easy to find. Sometimes, signs of water damage are hidden behind walls, under floorboards, or even on the exterior of a house. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to detect water damage so that you can remedy the situation as soon as possible. Here’s What to Look For Water damage is sneaky, as it can take on different colours, textures and even odours depending on the type of damage and where it’s located. Ceiling damage is often easier to detect than water damage in other areas of a house, such as in the basement. You’ll see signs of water damage on a ceiling right away, but you may not realize that the funky smell emanating from your basement is a symptom of water damage. Poor lighting in a basement or room can also make it more difficult to find the source of the damage. The Usual Suspects The most obvious signs of water damage are areas of standing or pooling water. If you’ve got puddles of water in your home, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to figure out you’ve got water damage, whether it’s from a busted pipe, malfunctioning appliances, a leaking roof, or improper drainage. You’ll also want to look…
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