Dever Water Damage
Certified firm with 33 years experience in Damage Repair
Denver Water Damage
In Denver Water damage arising from a busted pipe, increasing rivers, severe storms, water overflow, or similar conditions can frequently effect more than the direct area close to them. Anything in its direct path can be affected, including furnishings and important papers. The procedure for proper water damage restoration for your property and repairing it to its pre-damaged condition is what we specialize in. Any Boulder water damage to a property can be a destructive and traumatic, but getting the water removed and repairing the damage doesn’t have to be a difficult process.
My experience working with heating units in homes and apartment has shown me that repairing a broken heater during a hard freeze will bring the heat back on and also thaw the ice dams in the pipes. This creates a new problem, Denver water damage. When the temperatures outside falls below 32 degrees, the chances of frozen pipes increases. The colder the temperatures, the larger the threat. Turning off the heat to save money while you are away can cost you more in the long run. If the heat goes out and the homes walls cool down to below 32 degrees, the water damage can be extreme. The pipes in the walls, even though insulated can still freeze. Insulating your pipes is a great way to slow the freezing during minor cold evenings, but not enough during long freeze periods.
Prevention of Denver Water Damage:
I now take inexpensive preventive procedures to prevent this from happening again. First, I shut off the water to the home when going away for long periods. No matter what time of year it is. Water damage can occur in the summer as well; broken washer hose flooded my utility room while I was away for 2 weeks. Thanks to my alert neighbor, there were minimal damages. Second, wrapping exposed pipes with heater tape and insulation can keep them warm on sever cold nights. Pipe insulation is relatively inexpensive and can be found at your local hardware store. Anyone can do this job very easily or consult a local handyman for help. Third, turn off and drain all exterior water faucets. Simply, turn off the water supply valve inside your home and then go outside and open the water faucet. Once all the remaining water is drained out, shut off the water faucet. Open sink faucets on outside walls to a very slow trickle, this will help the pipes from freezing (moving water takes much longer to freeze).
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