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Aren't closets supposed to keep your clothes dry?

2/20/2019 (Permalink)

A room in the process of drying

Do not assume that the inside of your house will always be one hundred percent dry. Pipes can leak anywhere in your house, even in places where it is supposed to be dry, like your closet.

In this house, the copper pipe in the ceiling above the closet started leaking, thus affecting the walls in the closet and ceiling. The leakage was so bad that the water impacted two bedrooms, a cabinet in the hallway, and the wood floor. Fans and dehumidifiers were set up to properly dry the materials in a timely matter.

It is our mission here at SERVPRO of Santee/ Lakeside to get our jobs done quickly and effectively. Calls us at (619) 258-7200 to get the inside of your house feeling dry again!

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