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Toilet Overflow Cleanup FAQ

We hope these FAQs can answer some of your questions, concerns, or general curiosity about toilet overflows. It’s important to know how to handle different scenarios, as well as who is responsible for the clean-up and repair costs in order to restore your home or business back to its original state.

flooded bathroom

What to Do When Your Bathroom is Flooded

While flooding and water damage can happen anywhere in your home, certain areas are more vulnerable, such as the bathroom. It is important to check your bathrooms regularly for any signs of water damage and know what to do when water damage or flooding occurs.

Bathtub Overflow

How to Respond to a Bathtub Overflow

By equipping yourself with the right knowledge on how to diagnose and contain an overflowing tub, you can protect your home and furniture from expensive repairs or replacements—saving both time and money. Keep reading for our top tips on responding correctly when faced with a bathtub overflow.

Appliances Leak

Why You Should Hire a 24/7 Water Damage Restoration Professional Right Away

When water damage affects your home, you need fast and efficient service to mitigate the potential for further destruction. This is why it is important for all homeowners to understand the importance of calling a 24/7 water damage restoration professional right away. Timely action not only helps prevent permanent harm to your property but can also enhance overall safety due to mold and other growths that can be hazardous.

Pipes Can Burst Year-Round: Warning Signs and What to Do

In reality, burst pipes can happen at any time of year, at any time of day or night. It’s not always a pipe that’s easily accessible that breaks; many times pipe bursts takes place inside walls where it can go undetected for days or even weeks. See how to prevent pipe bursts and what to do if a pipe bursts. Call ServiceMaster Restore 24/7, we are ready to help!

Prevent Water Damage

Spring Water Damage Prevention Tips

Spring water damage can be caused by weather, flooding, or built-up moisture. The best way to get around spring water damage is to prevent it. Here are some ways to prevent water from damaging your home this spring.