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Here is an overview of the most common causes of water damage in homes and businesses, as well as the dangers of mold growth after water damage and how to prevent it:

Plumbing issues, such as burst pipes or leaky faucets

Appliance malfunctions, such as a washing machine or dishwasher overflow

Roof leaks or damage

Foundation cracks or damage

Natural disasters, such as floods or heavy rainstorms

Human error, such as leaving a sink or bathtub running

Dangers of mold growth
after water damage

Mold can grow in as little as 24-48 hours after water damage occurs, and can cause a range of health problems, including allergies, respiratory issues, and other illnesses. If left untreated, mold can spread quickly and become more difficult and expensive to remove. In addition, mold growth can cause damage to the structure of the building and reduce its value.
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How to prevent mold growth
after water damage

  • Act quickly to remove standing water and dry the affected area thoroughly
  • Use dehumidifiers and air movers to circulate air and remove moisture from the air
  • Discard any porous materials that cannot be properly cleaned and sanitized, such as carpeting or upholstered furniture
  • Disinfect and sanitize all surfaces to prevent mold growth
    Monitor the affected area for signs of mold growth and address any issues promptly.

It is important to take swift action to
address water damage and prevent mold growth.

 If you are dealing with water damage, contact a professional water remediation service as soon as possible to minimize damage and prevent mold growth.

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