Ceiling and Basement Leak Repairs
Expert Ceiling and Basement Leak Restoration
Are there spots on your ceiling or leaks in your basement? We offer Ceiling and Basement Leak Repairs
Water damage often occurs within the ceiling and in the basement. This water damage can go unknown for a period of time, causing countless home and business owners throughout the country to suffer water damage every day. So, we can help by offering Ceiling and Basement Leak Repairs. A burst pipe in the basement could cause some flooding or overhead slow plumbing leaks can damage your ceiling. Restoration 1 of Long Island, NY can restore any water damage. It is important to have water damage cleaned up promptly to avoid further damage to the structural integrity of the building or mold growth infestation.
Why Call Us when you need restoration?
- FREE Estimates 24/7
- Emergency 24 Hour 60 Minute Response Time
- Free Moisture Inspections With Thermal Camera To Find Hidden Leaks ($299 Value)
- Locally Owned & Operated
- Always talk to a real person
- Emergency response 24/7
- IICRC certified
- State of the art equipment
- Certified To Work With All Insurances
- Fully Licensed & Insured
Common Causes of Basement Leaks
Excess water from storm damage, sump pump failure, and plumbing leaks and can bring water into your basement causing it to flood. Just a single inch of rain can bring over 1,000 gallons of water into your home. We can provide quick water extraction, mitigation, and restoration services before the water damage becomes high risk.
Defective Gutters and Downspouts
Ceiling damage is most likely caused by your rain gutters and downspouts. When rain gutters become clogged or defective, the rain sometimes gets into the facia of the home where it can travel into the framework. If there is shingle damage, especially in the roof valleys, rain can come into your roof and down into the ceiling. When your gutters and downspouts fail, water can enter freely.
Hidden Plumbing Leaks can be fixed with our Ceiling and Basement Leak Repairs
Hidden leaks are usually slow leaks and are commonly associated with older plumbing found in older homes. Before too long, you may be able to identify it by smelling a musty odor in the basement before mold sets in or a water stain may appear in the ceiling.