Last Updated: 07/05/2020
Flooded Basement Cleanup in Colorado Springs Co
Typically, a laminate floor is water damage resistant. Unfortunately, any amount of water can still destroy the laminate floor. A laminate floor is constructed of many sections that are locked together. The homeowner can do water damage repair without needing to take up the entire floor. Before any repairs can be done you need to dry the area that is wet. It needs to be completely dry. Once dry you can put down new laminated flooring in the sections that were damaged.
Water damage can happen to the laminated floor if a washing machine, refrigerator, or dishwasher leaks. Any standing water damage the floor of course. Once you have located what caused the water leak and fixed it, it is time to dry the flooring completely. To do this you can use a wet/dry vacuum or mopping. Which method is used depends on how much water there is. After you get all the excess water dried up, put a fan on the floor and turn it on to dry the flooring.
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Basement waterproofing is necessary if you wish to keep your home free of the possible dangers of molds. These fungi, unknown to some, pose serious health risks if left unattended for a long time. You see, prolonged exposure to molds may lead to some serious respiratory problems. They even produce toxic substances called mycotoxins that have led to death in a few cases. Normally, though, these toxins may cause neurological disorders. At the very least, mold growths in your home will trigger allergic reactions. Mold remediation by a professional may be needed to make sure your place is free of molds. If present, then you need to take actions to get rid of them. Mold removal is necessary to protect your loved ones from such hazards. Basement waterproofing is just one of the important steps in keeping your home mold-free. The basic idea of basement waterproofing is to stop water from getting in and settling in your basement. A damp environment is the favorite living condition of molds so you need to get rid of water.
To do so, you will need to turn off the water first. Dry the leaky pipes and apply powerful sealants. If the pipes are damaged beyond repair, then you may have to replace them. Covering all the pipe joints and connections with sealant can also be done just to be sure. Cracks on the walls where water may seep through are indications that you may need some foundation repair done. This is a delicate task so ask a professional to do it for you. Construction-grade epoxy and other water sealants may be used to fix the big wall and floor cracks. The cracks should be cleaned out first before patching them up with sealants. Cracks on concrete cement walls and floors are repaired by filling them with mortar made of one part cement, two parts of sand and mixed with water. As for small or hairline ones, you can fill them up with waterproofing mix.
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