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  • Preventing Leaks In The Bathroom

    Damage

    Be warned Cleveland...the leaks are coming. Is your house, or more specifically, your bathroom ready to handle water damage? Take a look at some these tips from State Farm for water damage tips and advice:

    The Bathroom

    The bathroom is another water damage hot spot. Here’s what you should examine and address:

    • Showers And Bathtubs: Remove and replace deteriorated or cracked caulk and grout. Water from a broken supply pipe behind the wall can leak through these damaged sealants, causing stains or soft areas around nearby walls and floors. Leaking drain pipes and shower pan leaks are also common sources of water damage. If necessary, contact a plumber or contractor for help.
    • Sinks: Check under the sink for leaks from water supply lines or drainpipes. If necessary, contact a plumber or contractor for help.
    • Toilets: Clogs can result from too much toilet paper or objects such as hanging bowl deodorants. Also, some chlorine tablet cleaners may corrode internal plastic or rubber parts, leading to a leak. Again, don’t hesitate to call in a professional.

    Read more at State Farm

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