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3 Water Damage Prevention Tips To Use In Your Bathroom

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

While you live in your home, it is critical to keep it in pristine condition especially when it comes to any of the water systems on your property.  Water can cause serious damage to your home if you do not go through the proper prevention tactics.  One of the areas in your home that is the most susceptible to water damage in your bathroom.  Luckily, there are a few simple tips to follow to prevent water damage whenever you use your bathroom.

Be Nice To Your Toilet

While you are using your bathroom, it is vital that you do not overwork your toilet, meaning only flush things that are safe.  You should only flush toilet paper and not diapers, paper towels, or any other items that could clog your toilet.  The last thing you want is your toilet overflowing because you flushed your baby’s diaper away.  You also want to check your toilet’s water level because a low level could mean that it is clogged or cracked.

Inspect Your Shower/Bathtub

When it comes to your shower or bathtub, it is critical that you inspect the area occasionally for any cracks in the tiles.  If you have a crack in your shower, even if it is small, water can seep out causing damage to your home.  Make sure that your repair the crack by caulking or grouting the area as soon you find it.  You want to make sure that the shower area and the floor are completely dry after use so that water doesn’t sit and cause mold to form.

Don’t Forget The Sink

One feature in your bathroom that you need to inspect is your sink because it can cause water damage to your home.  If you notice that your faucet drips when it is turned off, you need to repair it right away.  A tiny drip from your faucet can lead to bigger problems.   Make sure to grout or caulk any crack in or around your sink.

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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