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Don't Let Water Put A Damper On Your Day!

11/27/2021 (Permalink)

Water with blue boots in the puddle SERVPRO of North Elkhart County is here 24/7 to help people in the North Elkhart area return to "Like it never even happened."

Heavy rainfalls and sudden downpours often overwhelm sump pumps. Cracks in the walls or foundation allow the water to seep in. But even a seemingly "watertight" home can have problems when the water that has seeped into the ground in the area surrounding the home becomes saturated.

The pressure of this water on the concrete walls and floors of the basement become too much, and the water begins to seep into the basement through these barriers. Water that gets into the basement or any other area of a home can often be traced back to clogged gutters. 

But water has a way of discreetly finding its way into the tiniest cracks and oftentimes, goes completely unnoticed. Small leaks also tend to be inconspicuous. These small but steady water intrusions can cause serious damage. 

No one wants to have to deal with a wet basement or water leaking into any area of a home. 

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