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Forms of Water Damage
If you've ever stepped into your basement only to find yourself ankle-deep in water, then you know what it's like to be completely confused. Why in the world is this water here? Water can get into your basement for several different reasons. Usually, unexpected water in the basement comes up from the ground. The soil surrounding your house contains water, and the more saturated that soil gets, the more likely it is for water to flow into your basement. The water gets in through cracks in the floor or the walls.
Of course, a basement can flood for other reasons, too. Sometimes, a pipe from above can leak, causing the water to pool in your basement. However, if a pipe is the culprit, you'll probably recognize it quickly. Likewise, if water shows up thanks to a recent flood, you'll know why the water showed up. If your basement has any windows, water can sometimes leak into your basement that way.
No matter the source of the water, you want it out of your basement before it causes bigger problems. For the best water extraction results, call ANR Restoration.