What to Do About Ceiling Water Damage
It’s bad enough having to deal with freezing rain and snow outside – what’s worse is having to deal with an indoor leak that causes ceiling water damage.
Whatever the cause, it’s critical to repair ceiling water damage quickly. A water damaged ceiling could compromise the structural integrity of your home, or lead to mold growth that could impact the health of you and your family.
Here at SERVPRO of Hackensack/Little Ferry we understand how frustrating it can be when you’re dealing with ceiling water damage. Our experienced, friendly restoration professionals are available anytime to help you get your home back to normal as soon as possible. We offer:
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- “Faster to Any Size Disaster” Restoration Services
- Locally Owned & Part of a Network of Over 1700 Franchises Across the Continent
- Advanced Restoration Equipment & Highly Trained Technicians
- We can even help you work with your insurance!
To help you deal with ceiling water damage in your home, here’s a helpful step-by-step guide:
Identify the Water Source
Before you can clean-up and restore water damage to your ceiling, you first need to find and stop the source of the leak.
What if you can’t find the exact source of your leak? This is just one way that SERVPRO restoration professionals can help! Give us a call and we’ll find the source of your leak ASAP so you can get your house back to normal.
Stop the Leak
Once you’ve figured out the source of your leak, it’s time to stop the water flow and repair your ceiling. The method of stopping the leak depends on the source.
Remove Damaged Ceiling Materials
Proper drying is essential to fix ceiling water damage. If water is left to stand for extended periods of time, it can lead to mold and mildew growth that can cause further damage and potential health risks.
Restoring ceiling water damage doesn’t have to be a painful process. Calling SERVPRO insures that this will be done correctly and professionally with minimal damage to the rest of your home or business.