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3 Tips To Preventing Bathroom Water Damage

Learn how to prevent your bathroom from becoming a victim to water damage.

As a homeowner, you should want your home to be clean and fully functioning all of the time.  The last thing you want is for excessive moisture and mold to wreak havoc in your home, especially in your bathroom.  When using your bathroom, you need to be mindful of how you are using each feature and the amount of moisture on the walls and floors.  Luckily, there are few simple tips for preventing water damage from occurring in your bathroom.

Keep It Dry and Ventilated

One of the most effective ways to prevent water damage in your bathroom is to keep it as dry as possible.  When you are taking a shower or bath, it is best that you keep the ventilation fan on and keep it on for at least 30 minutes after you are finished.  You want all of the moisture to evaporate after your shower or bath. Make sure that you are drying the floors and walls as well as letting all of the water in your tub drain.  Having water sit is the easiest way for mold to grow.

Be Kind To Your Toilet

A common source of bathroom water damage is overflowing toilets, so it is essential that you treat your toilet well.  You need to conscious of what you are flushing down your toilet so that you can prevent clogging. Make sure the only item that you are flushing is toilet paper, so you need to watch what your children are flushing down your toilet.  It is always good to do some regular maintenance on your toilet to check for any cracks and to see if the water level is low.

Check Your Plumbing

It is critical that you are checking the pipes and valves in your bathroom so that you prevent a pipe from bursting.  Make sure that the valves in your sink and shower are working properly and that there are no leaks. If you notice a leak in your bathroom, you need to contact a plumber immediately.

Water Damage Recovery With ServiceMaster of Baltimore

If you’ve been hit by water damage, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We can help professionally restore any damaged areas. If you just have questions about disaster prevention, let us know too. Being properly prepared is essential for your safety and well-being.

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