With over 75 years of combined experience in insurance and technology sales & marketing, we understand the critical importance of protecting homes and businesses against catastrophic water damage due to leaks—we’ve even experienced it personally, in our own homes.
Water damage due to leaks occurs in a variety of ways—pipes bursting in freezing weather, appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines springing leaks, water heaters bursting, toilets and tubs overflowing and more—the list goes on.
Water damage can be prevented by maintaining your home well. By carefully inspecting your home’s plumbing and adjusting the runoff grade around your home, there’s a lot you can do to help keep your home watertight. Below are 10 tips on how to prevent water damage. Some are pretty easy…others are just not practical on a daily basis. That is why our last tip is the absolute best option.
As a homeowner you’ve got a lot to consider when it comes to protecting your family and lifestyle — maintenance, family safety, bills to name a few. You may want to add preventing water damage to that list — or an automated water leak protection for that matter. From a burst pipe to an overflowing sink or dripping dishwasher, water leaks can happen in many places inside your home.