Blog posts tagged in Water Damage Ft. Lauderdale

Does your water bill seem a little too high?  Do you hear your toilets running or hissing? Small, slow water leaks may be to blame. They may not seem like a major issue; however, they can cost you money over time and can cause preventable damage.  Believe it or not, a small leak the size of a pencil point can allow up to 6,000 gallons of water per month to be lost. The most common water leaks usually occur in toilets or leaky faucets and can be easily identified and often times fixed if you take the time.

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Water damage. It's every homeowner's nightmare and water damage in Ft. Lauderdale is a very real threat. Ordinary causes of water damage from washing machines and hot water heaters failing are bad enough, but in Ft. Lauderdale the homeowner also faces tropical storms and hurricanes with their torrential rains and tidal surges. If you find yourself facing squishy carpet or tile floors covered in mud your first thought is probably "who is going to pay for this?" The answer to that question will be determined by what kind of insurance you carry…and where the water came from.

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You might think that water damage in Ft. Lauderdale would mostly be caused by tropical storms and hurricanes with their high winds and torrential downpours. There's no question that shingles or tiles ripped from roofs or a tree poking through a plate glass window are going to present serious water damage threats but the real risk comes from within the house itself. Nearly 60% of most homes have either an appliance that uses water or have water lines running in the walls. According to the Insurance Information Institute, water damage claims are the second most frequently filed claim for homeowner policies.

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