Appliance Leaks – A Common Cause of Water Damage

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Water Damage from Appliance Leaks Are Very Common!

People often assume about the water restoration industry that most of our calls come after heavy rains and natural disasters. While this is true, most are surprised to find out that much of our day to day work comes from leaking or broken appliances.
Dishwashers installed incorrectly silently leak gallons of water from the bottom, leaking refrigerators leak water for weeks sometimes months without notice, and a broken water heater can slowly leak or suddenly dump standing water all throughout your home. A leaking appliance can do real damage to your home or commercial property.
We often receive a call when a customer detects a musty smell or discovers a wet spot on their drywall. Most people call believing they have caught an appliance leak problem when it started only to find out water has been living in their walls for much longer, silently wreaking havoc on their home or business.
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If you detect an appliance leak, do not underestimate the damage it may have already caused!

These slow appliance leaks can cause significant damage over time. Water finds its way under cabinets, through walls and down hallways, under carpet, pools in dark closets, and soaks insulation. These are the dark porous spaces where mold thrives!
As restoration experts, we are trained to track the appliance leak to its source and dry every area within its path. If you detect water damage from a leak, do not underestimate the damage it may have already caused. Call the professionals at Raining Kate’s. We are available 24/7 to come out for a free estimate. We will perform leak detection with all professional moisture detecting equipment. You will always get an honest estimate from us while we also deliver the highest standard of customer care.

Need to File An Appliance Leak Insurance Claim?

Water damage as a result of an appliance leak is typically covered under home owners insurance policies. Our billing team specializes in working with insurance and our technicians know how to do the job right, so as to not make costly decisions that will result in work not covered by your insurance. No insurance? That’s okay too!

Raining Kate’s technicians are IICRC Certified. They are trained to safely and effectively perform water damage restoration services according to ANSI/IICRC S500 Water Damage Restoration Standards. Contact us for residential and commercial water damage and leak detection restoration services.

If you need residential or commercial flood cleanup services after an appliance leak, then we invite you to call the leading team in the area: Raining Kate’s. You can reach us anytime at (512) 772-1394
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