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Every year, thousands of US homes are affected by natural disasters such as storms, floods and fires, causing millions of dollars in damage. While there are ways to safeguard your house against these it is usually just a matter of time until one of them happens.

One of the most common hazards for any US home is water, and there are several reasons.

First of all, there are obviously floods and storms, usually resulting in flooded basements and heavy structural damage.

Secondly, depending on temperature or other conditions, pipes can freeze and burst, sewage can get backed up for various reasons, roofs might have leaks and all of these can result in serious water damage scenarios.

And finally, when a home is affected by a big fire it also usually results in water damage due to the thousands of gallons of water needed to prevent the house from burning down.

The biggest danger of water damage that many people underestimate is how fast it can soak up into walls and crawl spaces, causing irreparable damages resulting in complete reconstruction work of drywalls and more.

Within mere hours, furniture, carpet and hardwood floors can be completely destroyed. Water can also quickly soak upwards into walls where it is difficult to detect or get noticed, yet it will provide the breeding grounds for bacteria and mold to grow quickly. Mold can develop in as short as 24-48 hours and end up rendering homes uninhabitable if not treated professionally and thoroughly.

You should not attempt to turn any kind of natural disaster recovery attempt into a DIY project. Flooded rooms can carry electricity, storms can cause leaks in the gas supply system and fires can cause heavy structural damage turning your home into a very dangerous place. Let the experts handle it!

Every year, thousands of US homes are affected by natural disasters such as storms, floods and fires, causing millions of dollars in damage. While there are ways to safeguard your house against these it is usually just a matter of time until one of them happens.

One of the most common hazards for any US home is water, and there are several reasons.

First of all, there are obviously floods and storms, usually resulting in flooded basements and heavy structural damage.

Secondly, depending on temperature or other conditions, pipes can freeze and burst, sewage can get backed up for various reasons, roofs might have leaks and all of these can result in serious water damage scenarios.

And finally, when a home is affected by a big fire it also usually results in water damage due to the thousands of gallons of water needed to prevent the house from burning down.

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