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You probably haven’t thought about it, but floods are not restricted only to heavy torrential rains, typhoons, broken levees, and the likes. Water bursts in homes such as from failed pumps, sewer backups and hoses in washing machines can actually cause small-scale floods within homes. These forms of unforeseen water influx can cause severe damage.

Every home has a plumbing network with pipes connected to a central water supply, and other fixtures, tubes, appliances or fixtures found connected to or within it. These are however susceptible to failure or damage. Upon failure, especially when there is wear and tear, water will be forced to go out of the damaged areas into the home, causing damage to almost everything it comes across with – furniture, floors, and belongings, including those which are of significant monetary or sentimental value and may be irreplaceable. Equipment and machines made by men often fail and only little can be done to prevent related accidents. However, there are relatively inexpensive methods of preventing or mitigating the damage which could result from unchecked flow of water during such incidents.

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It is important to know that after discovering a major leak, the first thing to do is to turn off the water in that channel until the leak is repaired. It would not be an entirely bad idea to turn off the central water supply each time you leave home. But you should choose the better option of regular checks and timely ways of ensuring whole house prevention of plumbing system failure. Call (833) 346-8787 to book complete house protection by TRUST ROOTER.