LOS ANGELES - March 12, 2019 - (Newswire.com)
USA Restoration, a water damage restoration company, is noting a large increase of water damage repair requests in direct correlation with above average rainfall in the Southern California region. The company services the greater Los Angeles area with commercial and residential emergency services.
Water damage left untreated can worsen leaks or even lead to the appearance of mold in a home or other kind of building. When pipes burst due to excessive rainfall or flooding, it can lead to some visible signs: watermarks on the wall, a change in the color of a building’s cement and others.
Signs of a slab leak include a drop in water pressure that corresponds with an increase in one’s water bills. Carpets beneath ceilings that show no signs of leakage may become damp or even have water pooling above them. Another common sign of a slab leak is if hard flooring, such as tile or hardwood, begins to warp or otherwise change shape.
“When it does rain in southern California, it can lead to flooding and other kinds of water damage. This can cause all kinds of problems with slab leaks and burst pipes. These are the sorts of issues you really don’t want to let go too long because they can lead to significant, secondary damage that can be very costly to repair. That’s why our services are available any time, day or night. If you have water damage, you should call USA Restoration immediately,” said Tony Alvaro, Customer Service Manager of USA Restoration.
Providing services to Los Angeles County, USA Restoration is a licensed and insured burst pipe repair company. They can also assist with mold remediation and fire damage as well.
For more information about the signs of a leaky slab, signs of a pipe burst, or to make a press inquiry, contact USA Restoration 11513 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601(877) 959-8066 or visit https://usarestoration.com/
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