Water damages are one of the biggest reasons no homeowner should skimp on good coverage. Whether it’s from a busted pipe, broken septic system or a flood, water damage is one of the most crucial forms of coverage on a home insurance policy.
Although water damages are one of the most common claims, knowing what classifies as eligible damage can be tricky. In fact, there are many instances where a homeowner may want to claim water damages but cannot receive compensation.
Read on to learn more about how home insurance providers define water damages, what types of water damages you can claim and how to get covered in the event your property is affected.
Can you imaging your basement, completely flooded? What about moldy drywall? Or Mildewed grout? Mold is the ever present culprit when water damage occurs. Here’s 9 tips for preventing mold damage from ever happening in the first place.
If you see a water stain on your ceiling, it is likely because of a leak coming from a heating appliance, your roof, or a part of the plumbing system. It may have seeped through the ceiling and then evaporated, leaving the discolored patch of mineral deposits. Warren Restoration is interested in helping clients do some detective work and find the source of the leak.
When Will Insurance Cover Mold Damage?
Restoration companies are often asked whether or not their insurance covers mold damage in their home. The answer typically depends on how the mold or water damage got there in the first place. Read on to learn more about what you can expect if you are dealing with either issue.
Never Ignore Minor Home Problems
Homeownership is one of the best feelings ever, but there is a lot of responsibility when it comes to owning a house. Maintenance applies to more than just appliances. When these problems aren’t addressed in a timely manner, more significant issues can occur, including repair bills ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Warren Restoration has some tips on how to catch these issues early so they can be quickly taken care of.