Although Maryland isn’t located in a hurricane-prone area, such as the Gulf Coast, large storms happen frequently in the White Plains area. Water damage from large storms is a possibility because the storms combine high wind and heavy rain that can savage your home’s interior as well as the exterior.
Water damage in your home doesn’t just come from outside your home via torrential rainfall. You can also have water damage in your home due to a burst pipe, broken water heater, or even an issue in the bathroom. Water damage creates two problems for any homeowner. First, there will be water in your home, and you’ll need it removed as quickly as possible. Second, you’ll need someone to assess the damage done and make repairs. While some homeowners think that once the water is gone, the problem is over, that isn’t the case. You’ll want to ensure the water is removed, your floors and other areas are dried, and your home is assessed for additional problems caused by water, such as mold.