Dealing with water damage guide

6 Steps For Dealing With A Flood In Your Home in 2020

If you experience a flood in your Vancouver home or basement you might be thinking

 

My home has flooded and experienced water damage, what do I do?”.

 

The recent rainy weather in Vancouver might be making you concerned about the possibility of a flood or leak in your home.

 

By following these tips, you’ll know exactly what to do during a flood in your home.

 

So what do we mean by flooding? Well, the word flooding is loosely interchanged with water damage, and really what it refers to is any kind of water that has leaked, spilled, or intruded into your home and thus causing damage.

 

Anything from a leaking roof, toilet overflow, broken water pipe, excess water from rain, water appearing on your drywall, wet flooring, or a drainage problem causing your bathroom, kitchen, basement, or anywhere in your home to flood are examples of water damage.

 

So, if you happen to find yourself in this situation here are our 6 expert tips for dealing with a flood or water damage in your home.

 

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6 signs to change your water heater

6 Signs To Change Your Water Heater

Water heaters are one of the most common reasons for water damage in your home. Your average water heater only has a lifespan of 10 years. 

 

They experience wear and tear, malfunctions and generally degrades over time. 

 

The last thing you want is to wake up during a cold winter day, hop in the shower and get drenched with freezing cold water. 

 

Trust me. 

 

I’ve had it happen to me and I wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy. 

 

That’s why we should consider replacing our water heaters when it’s time. 

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