Updated: Mar 10, 2021
Living in New Jersey, it's inevitable that there will be some sort of water event (groundwater, hurricane, nor'easter, etc.) at some point during the year. Depending on your actual location, and how much water is flowing and how fast and/or how forcefully, water damage can begin occurring almost immediately.
The danger is the longer water remains, the more time it has to cause even further damage. It doesn’t take long for stagnant water can become a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, insects, or other contaminants.
Water can soak into paper and cardboard, ruining them beyond repair
Water can cause stains and other noticeable surface level damage to furniture, carpeting, ceilings, and walls
Water can cause electricity-powered devices to short out
Walls and furniture made of composite materials can start to dissolve
Carpet padding can start to fall apart, and carpet backing can become weakened
Items made of unfinished wood can start to swell
Upholstery and fabrics can develop stains
Musty odors can start to develop
Structural beams can start to swell and warp
Carpets and fabrics can start to dissolve
Mold can start growing
Wood floors and furniture can start to swell, warp, and dissolve
Mold can grow to the extent that it poses a severe health risk
The structural support of your home can become so weakened that it is now unsafe.
Taking care of the problem early will eliminate the need for very costly water damage repair later. Make sure you make the call to the professionals at Dry Master Restorations as soon and as quickly as possible. Most water damage is covered by insurance, and we will work directly with your insurance company to make the process less stressful, simple and seamless.
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