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How will water damage affect your property?

Prevent mold growth and save on costly repairs

Storm flooding, home flood damage, sewer backups, broken pipes, and plumbing malfunctions are just some of the water-related emergencies that can strike at any time - day or night. Quick response to such events is crucial. Since mold requires water to grow, it is important to prevent prolonged moisture problems in buildings.

When your property is threatened by water damage and needs flood restoration, it is imperative to seek the help of Precision Restoration Services as soon as possible to avoid further damage from the following types of water damage:

• Clean water damage – Most commonly from rainwater or pipe bursts. Does not contain harmful contaminants but if left stagnant, can become a breeding ground for mold.

• Gray water damage – Usually from flooding of household appliances (dishwasher, refrigerator, leaky toilet, etc.). Has some level of contamination in the water.

• Black water damage – Occurs from floods by natural disasters, sewer backups, toilet overflows. Contains contaminants that are harmful if they come in contact with skin or are consumed.

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It is possible that mold may be growing on hidden surfaces such as the backside of a dry wall, wallpaper, or paneling; the top of ceiling tiles; or the underside of carpets and pads. Possible locations of hidden mold can include pipe chases, utility tunnels, walls behind furniture, inside the ductwork, or roof materials above the ceiling tiles.


Building materials like dry wall with vinyl wallpaper / wood paneling over it may act as vapor barriers thus trapping moisture underneath their surfaces. You may suspect hidden mold if a building smells moldy, but you cannot see the source. You will also know that there has been a water damage if the building occupants report health problems.

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