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Bathroom Water Damage? Flood?

By July 19, 2017 2 Comments

Bathroom Water Damage, What To Do?!


So you have bathroom water damage? You might have woken up one morning and noticed that you have water all over the bathroom floor. Stay alert for contaminated water, especially if the leak or water damage is coming directly from the bathroom. If you believe the water is coming from a broken pipe, you might want to shut off the water. Then, call a dry out company or a plumber. These companies can assist you with finding the source of the water damage in your bathroom. Flood Busters covers all of San Diego County and offers FREE water inspections. In the event that you suspect water damage, give our team a call at (619)562-3800 to schedule a FREE water inspection with a water damage expert.

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Bathroom Flooding Causes


Toilet Overflow Water Damage

Toilet Flood, Bathroom Water DamageYour bathroom may have a flooding toilet. A toilet malfunction could potentially be the cause of the toilet overflow. In addition, the cause of a toilet overflow might be blockage.


Bathroom Water Leak: Broken/Burst Pipes

A broken or burst pipe may also be the result of bathroom water damage. The problem might be a pinhole leak or as big as a ruptured pipe. Either problem could cause a lot of repair issues if left untreated.


Overflow of Sink of Bathtub

Someone may have accidentally left the water running from a sink or a bathtub for a period of time. For this reason, you may have found water damage to your bathroom.


Flooded Bathroom Cleanup

When you call out an expert dry out team, the source of the bathroom water damage will need locating. They will leave dry out equipment in order to start the water damage cleanup process. They will return to check the moisture levels in the affected areas. A contractor may need to remove materials saturated with water. Consequently if mold growth has begun, they will need to clean and treat the mold.


Bathroom Damage Water Repair

The sooner the problem is treated the less likely larger repairs will happen. For instance, untreated water damage can potentially lead to mold. Mold can begin to grow within 48 to 72 hours.


Bathroom Flooded Wet Carpet

If the source of the bathroom water damage was large, your bathroom may have flooded onto your carpet. Therefore, the project will extend into surrounding affected areas.


Upstairs Bathroom Leaking Through Ceiling

Maybe an upstairs bathroom was leaking and now the leak has penetrated through the ceiling to downstairs.


Bathroom Water Damage Walls

If water has saturated the walls, your contractor may need to cut the bathroom water damage walls to a certain height in order to allow air to enter in the walls and prevent mold. Not to mention, saturated material like drywall is more difficult to dry out and is usually better to cut out.


Bathroom Water Damage Floors

Your contractor may need to remove and replace wet flooring. Wood floors often buckle with water damage. Notably, water may get trapped under other types of flooring.

Bathroom Water Damage Repair Cost

The repair cost for bathroom water damage repairs depends on several factors. For one thing, the category of the water is an important factory. Contaminated water would call for a larger repair. Not only does the category affect the repair cost but also the size. The size of the bathroom and the materials requiring demo and replacement is another factor.


Bathroom Water Damage Insurance

Flood Busters will bill and deal with your insurance directly.


If you have flooding or water damage in your home and live in San Diego County (We cover as far South as San Ysidro, National City, and Eastlake and as far North as San Clemente, Temecula, Carlsbad, Vista, Poway, Valley Center and Fallbrook. We also cover the coastal communities, Imperial Beach, Mission Beach, Coronado, Solana Beach, Mission Beach, Del Mar, and Coronado to El Cajon, San Carlos, Santee and Alpine.) call Flood Busters  (619)562-3800 today. Think you are outside of the zone or just looking for information, do not hesitate to give us a call! We are a 24/7 emergency service and are waiting for your call. Lastly, if you are looking for water damage restoration or repair companies, make sure they are registered with the California State License Board and have a valid license.

Should you have a flood or water damage in your San Diego home remember, Flood Busters® knows what to do- We Ain’t Afraid of No Flood®!

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