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Air Conditioning Unit Causes Water Damage in Rogers Home

6/28/2022 (Permalink)

Water dripping from hole in ceiling caused by leaking A/C unit Water damage to Rogers home caused by leaking A/C unit

SERVPRO of East Benton & Carroll Counties is here to take charge of the cleanup and restoration after your air conditioner causes water damage to your Rogers home or business.  In Northwest Arkansas air conditioning is a must have.  But without regular maintenance, the A/C unit can cause significant damage to your Rogers home.  The common cause of air conditioner water damage is a clogged drain line or disconnected drain line.

The condensation drain line is a crucial part of your air conditioning system.  The A/C unit creates humidity, and the condensation line gives all the moisture a path to travel, hopefully outside of your home.  A clogged condensation line will not let the water leave your home.  When this happens, water backs up into the drain pan, eventually overflowing into your home.  This water can damage your home, causing thousands of dollars in damage. 

A disconnected drain line will cause similar water damage.  If your A/C system drain line was not installed with solid connections, you can have water leaks.  These leaks may lead to mold or a large amount of water damage.  Even if your system was installed properly, the line may come loose over time.  This is where proper maintenance is crucial. 

SERVPRO of East Benton & Carroll Counties should be your first choice for any residential or commercial water restoration.  Our team of professionals is trained to assess the damage, identify potential threats, respond quickly to extract the water and restore your property to preloss condition.  SERVPRO of East Benton & Carroll Counties is available 24/7 by calling 479-419-5544.

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