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Water Damage in your Bella Vista Home

6/29/2022 (Permalink)

Water damage carpet in Bella Vista Home Carpet was damage by water leaking from the roof

SERVPRO of Northwest Benton County is here to take charge of the cleanup and restoration after water damages your Bella Vista home or business. What are the causes of water damage?  Lets look from the bottom to the top of your home, starting with the foundation.

Typically, foundations are constructed to be watertight, but in inclement weather, problems can always occur.  Water expands when freezing, and in cold temperatures, it can find its way into cracks in the foundation. From there, water can freeze, further expanding cracks. This can be a huge risk to a foundation, especially over a long period of time, and can lead to serious structural integrity problems.  Leaky foundations can be caused by water leaks and cause more water to leak into the structure

At the top of your home is the roof.  Roof leaks are typically caused by heavy rainfall coupled with improper or faulty roof drainage. Extensive rainfall, like in cases of natural disasters, can often cause large scale damage when leaking indoors.  This type of damage has the potential to worsen if it happens overnight or over a weekend, when it won’t be noticed by people passing through. Roof damage also has the potential to cause secondary damage, like mold growth in the ceilings, if progressing for too long.

SERVPRO of Northwest Benton County should be your first choice for any residential or commercial water damage 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 Northwest Benton County is available 24/7 by calling 479-419-5544.

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