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Instagram photo by advantacleanhapWhen a house is properly maintained, water is a benefit and pleasure. But when vast amounts of water enter a home, it can lead to structural damage and loss of irreplaceable personal belongings.
Water damage can be devastating, and we know how important your home is to you and your family. In the hopes of helping you take good care of your house, we have rounded up a few tips that will help prevent water damage in the first place. • Start with the roof
Aside from unsightly water stains on the ceiling, a leaky roof can cause a lot more damage to your house. The unseen damage that is cause by roof leaks is often worse than what most people expect. In most cases, it can even lead to mold growth and rotting wood. That said, it is important to spot the problems early so as to make sure water won’t find its way indoors.
To prevent water damage, it would be best to have your roof inspected for undetected leaks and have it repaired as soon as possible. • Clean your gutters
It is important to make sure that your gutters are clean. If you are seeing a lot of sticks, bird’s nests, leaves and sediments up there, then your gutters may not be doing its job.
An overflowing gutter is going to send water up and over the edge. Check your gutters from time to time to make sure that they drain properly. •Keep an eye on your water bill
Since your water pipes are hidden, you may not be able to detect leaks until the damage is done. An unusually high water bill is one indication that you may have a water leak somewhere. Keep a close eye on your water bill each month and start taking steps once it starts to creep up. •Know how to shut off your water main
As a homeowner, it is important that you know how to shut off the water supply if in case a pipe suddenly bursts in your home and stop the flow of water.
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