How to Fix Water Damage


How to Fix Water Damage

There are lots of ways to fix water related damage to houses and buildings. Many of these are very simple to put in place and have been tried and tested as practical ways to fix these problems.

Discover How to Fix Water Damage

Hi! My name is Patrick and I want to thank you for stopping by!

If you’re here, it’s pretty certain that you have had some water damage to your home and are having difficulties with treating the situation and looking for specific advice on how to fix water damage. I’m here to help!

It can be a daunting task to find the right information to help solve your water damage issues and to take the proper steps as well as making the correct decisions to improve the situation. However, I have worked in the water industry for almost 10 years, and have seen how water damage can cause so many problems . Don’t worry though, our articles are packed with useful advice to help you get back to a normal life again.

While there is no one simple solution to fix water damage that I can recommend, I can tell you from my own experience that most likely the problems need to be dealt with quickly.

I’ll save the actual discussions for specific articles, but do want to encourage you to take action quickly, as the sooner you learn how to fix water damage, the sooner you can get your life back to normal.

While taking swift action may not solve all of your water damage problems  – I am certain you will benefit and reduce the impact of the damage to your home or business. AND if it turns out that the recommendations in our articles help you with your water damage and save you time and money, then great!

Well – I wish you luck and welcome your comments and feedback. Please look around our site and feel free to let us know what you think!

How to Fix Water Damage:

There are some items that are really handy to deal with water damage:

  • dehumidifier
  • fans
  • water extraction vacuum
  • iron or blow drier
  • towels
  • cotton swabs
  • blotting papers
  • goggles
  • safety gloves
  • cloths

Important Issues to Watch Out For:

Water damage can also cause mold problems and these issues often occur simultaneously. This is because mold is a type of fungus that needs water to survive. This means that it usually ends up growing in areas with excess moisture, flooding problems or leakages. It is really important  to remove water damage and mold issues in your home, but first solve the moisture issues by repairing any leaks. If you don’t do this, the mold and water damage will return.

The other thing to consider is the quality of the water that has caused the water damage. If it has bacteria then it may be a problem due to hazardous bacterial growth. This is really important as it is a serious health issue if the water is unsanitary and enters your home. This is especially true for carpets and sometimes it is necessary to dispose of them to remove any risk of human infection.

However, please don’t worry. Many times carpets, walls and ceilings and be recovered and put back to normal as long as the correct treatments are carried out and applied.

Discover how to quickly, easily and SAFELY fix your water damage problem with this foolproof, step-by-step guide, click on the link below.

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Quite often people don’t know that things can actually be saved and end up throwing items out that could quite easily be refurbished. Hopefully our articles will show you a few basic procedures to get your home back to its former glory!


{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

Terry Loxton March 11, 2012 at 2:26 pm

I’ve had several cases of water damage to my home over the years due to flooding and had many problems. It’s good to find a useful website like this that deals with these things…i could have saved myself a lot of problems by sorting things straight away. Like you commented, it can be quite stressful when trying to repair water damage- my walls seemed to be the most difficult to remove the water ,and stains from – we had mold growth that wouldn’t go away.


waterdamageexpert April 7, 2012 at 9:27 am

Glad you found the information helpful. Thanks for your comment Terry.


Franco Kotze April 5, 2012 at 10:17 am

Hi Patrick,

I have 2 questions for you –

How do you control brick and cement structures which have been and are still affected by underground “pools or lakes”. Tiles don’t stick to the floor, plaster on the walls pick up regular damp and plaster on the more affected areas are severly damaged so that it fall from the bricks.

Secondly, having underground water and a house that is earthed we still have shockwaves on all our taps, so if you are in the tub and standing or sitting in water and you dare to touch the tab to rinse yourself you are been shocked. How do we handle this matter.

Looking out for your reply,


waterdamageexpert April 7, 2012 at 9:24 am

Franco, thanks for your comment. The questions you ask seem quite serious. Firstly, if you have tiles that do not stick to the floor or plaster to the walls you may want to contact a housing surveyor. With regards to your second point, underground water can cause big problems with the structure of the house. This again may be one for an expert building surveyor to assess, and possibly an electrical contractor for the shocks on the tab. Sorry I cannot provide further information on your situation but please contact me again if you have any related water damage questions. Thanks again for your comment.


Alex May 22, 2012 at 10:51 pm

Water damage needs to be addressed quickly for best results. Waiting only causes further water damage and mold.


waterdamageexpert May 23, 2012 at 8:52 pm

Alex, you are quite correct. The sooner it’s dealt with the better. Drying the water damaged area ensures that any mold growth is reduced. De-humidifiers are great for this as they reduces the level of humidity in the air. Thanks for your comment.


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