Ceiling water damage is nothing to take lightly. Be it from a leak in the roof, a pipe between floors or in the walls, or an HVAC leak, if you notice water damage in your ceiling, it’s important to address it before it has a chance to get worse. Identifying and restoring ceiling water damage is a job often best left to the professionals, since it’s so important to get the job done correctly, and there is a lot that can go wrong if you don’t know what you’re doing.
If you notice that you have ceiling water damage in your home, call First Restoration Services to schedule a free water damage inspection.
Ceiling water damage can be obvious to spot, but sometimes the signs are a little harder to see. If you notice you have some discoloration, that may look damp, that is the most common sign of water damage. If you notice a new odor or mildew smell, that may also be a sign of ceiling water damage. However you come to realize you have ceiling water damage, the first thing to do is figure out where the water is coming from to see if you can mitigate the issue until the professionals can arrive on site to make the repair.
After years in the restoration industry, we’ve developed a trusted process for handling ceiling water damage restoration projects. While every situation is unique, and there are many different causes and severities of water damage, our general process typically includes: