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Typical cases of water damage
A radiator leak, a burst bathroom pipe, a wrongly connected washing machine – and before you know it everything is submerged under water. You could be mistaken for thinking that these are only exceptions. But damage caused by water is one of the most frequent forms of damage that occurs in the home. And the effects can be financially devastating. Different drying methods are necessary for water damage restoration to be carried out professionally.
Water damage caused by weather
If you live far away from a river, then you are safe from high water. Right? Wrong. In addition to hail, rainstorms and heavy flooding, torrential downpours are often the cause of very serious water damage. A flooded basement or cellar is nothing short of a nightmare for any homeowner. In addition to high water, torrential downpours, faulty or missing backflow flaps or ground water ingress through cellar walls are the most frequent causes of this type of water damage.
Water damage caused by extinguishing water
Water damage can also occur when water is used to extinguish a fire.
Drying out buildings and newly built homes
Nowadays it can take significantly less time to build a new house or refurbish a building. The moisture that forms when building work is being carried out or has been been completed is either extremely difficult to get rid of the natural way and sometimes even downright impossible. In a bid to conserve energy and cut down on heating costs, outer walls are often insulated with high quality insulation. This, however, means that vapour diffusion from the inside to the outside is interrupted. It is only a matter of course before water damage occurs. Without dehumidification it can take as long as several years for the extent of the damage to become apparent, and by then it has often reached a stage where major refurbishment is necessary.
AERIAL your perfect partner in the field of building and water damage drying.