When you’re trying to maintain your home, the most common problem you will probably be facing is water damage. This is especially true if you live in really damp areas, or just have really bad plumbing for your home. 

And though there are services to help repair said water damages, they can get pretty costly and requires a lot of work to pull off. So what’s the best solution? Realizing the problems early on and taking action right away! 

So we here at Disaster Restoration Pros will tell you all about the early signs that you should watch out for that can lead to water damage down the line. So without further ado, here they are: 

  1. Dark or wet spots on the ceiling. 
  • A pretty obvious sign of water damage, dark or wet spots on the ceiling are one of the first things you need to watch out for. This is because they pave the way to really bad water damage in the future such as mold growth and weakening your foundation. 
  • So if you start to see dark or wet spots form on your ceiling, then make sure to call us to have a professional opinion and get it fixed right away too! 
  1. A damp, musty smell. 
  • If you start to notice that a certain part of your home smells bad or musty, then that is another sign of water damage cultivating around that area. No, it is not just your imagination. So make sure to call in the experts in order to find the source of the problem before it gets any worse too! 
  1. Hearing water running even though you turned all your utilities off. 
  • A lot of the time, when we hear the pressure of water going through pipes even though we’ve already turned everything off, it can lead to some pretty bad water damage along the line. It is not just your imagination, trust me. So it’s always best to call in a professional to have it looked at and prevent you from thinking your house is haunted as well. 

These are some pretty ways to find out if your home is going to experience some water damage in the future. So pay attention, and if you notice any of these signs present, then make sure to call in Disaster Restoration Pros to get the job done for you.