6 Steps to Minimize Damage If Your Water Heater Springs a Leak
What to Do if Your Hot Water Heater Causes Flood or Water Damage to Your Bear, Delaware Home
A hot water heater leak may seem like a minor problem at first but it can lead to damage to walls, floors and sub-floors if it is not addressed immediately. It could also be the symptom of a larger problem and, in some cases, can cause significant water damage. The longer water is allowed to sit your home the more damage it has the potential to do and the higher the cost for repairs and replacing damaged items.
As Soon As You Discover a Water Heater Leak Follow These Steps to Avoid Further Damage:
- Turn the power off
- Shut of the water supply
- Drain the water tank
- Contact a certified plumber if you are unable to find and fix the leak safely and properly yourself
- Call SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE
- Take pictures of the damage for your records
After the water heater leak has been controlled, the damage halted and the problem fixed, it is time to begin the water restoration process by calling SERVPRO of Bear/New Castle, DE. We have a rapid response team that is highly trained with years of experience and are ready to help you. Our highly trained professional technicians have the experience and tools necessary to clean up the water damage properly and bring your home and personal belongings back to pre-flood condition.