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There are many working parts of every home that can cause minor and major flooding, along with damage.  Here is a list of some of the most common parts of a home that can cause water-damage -

* Plumbing that is either old, or wasn't “winterized” properly, 

* Water-heaters or water-tanks that fail,

* Sump-pumps that back-up,

* Improper exterior drainage systems,

* Central HVAC systems with too much condensation, 

* Faulty roofing, 

* Broken/leaky appliances,

CLICK HERE to learn more about the two most common forms of Fungal Decay- "Wet" and "Dry Rot" and the damage your home is facing.

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The biggest health risk that your home will face after sever water damage isn't properly dried, is the growth of toxic mold. 

Looking deeper in to the structure of your home, another big risk it's facing is one that you won't catch for years; it's the growth of Fungal Decay.

The two most common forms of Fungal Decay are Wet and Dry Rot.

No one is ever really prepared to deal with what comes after flooding in your home.  

We understand the urgency to get things back to normal and livable as quickly as possible, but the threats that your home is facing if the flooded area isn't properly dried, are dangerous and real.​  Taking the time to properly remove the sitting water, and completely dry out whatever material it came in contact with are crucial to keeping your home a safe and healthy place for you and your family.