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- How to Prepare Your Home for Flooding
- Some areas of your home are more prone to flooding than others. These rooms include bathrooms, basements, roofs and attics, rooms with appliances (laundry/kitchen) and areas that have a lot of pipes running behind the walls or under floors.
- What is Ceiling Water Damage?
- Flooding vs. Water Damage
- You can minimize the amount of water damage to your belongings after a flood by moving items to a safe, dry location before professional water cleanup services arrive to help with flood restoration.
- Common signs of water damage include discoloration, changes in texture to floors, walls and ceilings and a musty odor.
- Top Five Most Common Areas That Flood in a Home
- Preventative Gardening Tips to Protect Your Yard From Flooding
- How Flooding Impacts Landscaping
- How to Care for Your Belongings if You've Experienced Flooding