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Home Water Leaks Peak in Summertime for Easily Avoidable Reasons

Paul Davis GTA West Group
Publication date:
June 22, 2021
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Summertime is a peak season for residential water leaks, which are one of the most common causes of house damage and cost insurers billions of dollars every year. There are five common sources of water damage in homes: wax seals, appliance and fixture supply hoses, water heaters, drain leaks and clogs, and external building components such as windows and roofs. Homeowners can prevent these water leaks by regularly replacing hoses, checking for rust or moisture on water heaters, inspecting windows and roofs, and being vigilant for signs of leaks such as water stains on floors or ceilings. In case of a water damage emergency, homeowners can contact restoration services such as Paul Davis.


water leaks, house damage, insurers, wax seals, appliance hoses, water heaters, drain leaks, clogs, windows, roofs, prevention, restoration.

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Paul Davis GTA West Group
Home Water Leaks Peak in Summertime for Easily Avoidable Reasons
June 22, 2021
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