Have you included checking your HVAC system in your spring cleaning routine?
Spring is notorious for its unpredictable weather. The combination of heavy rains and rapid snow thaw can result in severe home flooding.
Floods can occur almost any time of the year. In the beginning of spring, flooding becomes more of a concern in areas where snow thaws and thunderstorms occur.
Water entering your basement due to drainage problems, flash floods, appliance failures or other reasons can cause severe damage to your home.
Crawl spaces are prone to mold growth due to the high levels of moisture and humidity in these areas.
Water damage claims have been growing faster than other claims in homeowners insurance.
In the cold winter months, mold tends to grow in homes with poor ventilation, elevated humidity, and unresolved water leaks.
Freezing temperatures and the accumulation of snow in winter can cause serious water damage to your home.
Winter storms can severely impact your home. The most severe winter storms bring snow, ice, sleet, as well as strong winds and dangerously low temperatures.
An important aspect of your winter preparation is making sure that your roof is in good condition before the cold season begins.