Damage from Burst Pipes

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Water Damage from Frozen Pipes?

Busted water pipes from freezing temperatures can cause a major headache for homeowners and business owners, alike. When a pipe inside your home or business freezes and bursts, the damage can be significant– and because of where water pipes are sometimes located, property owners don’t realize the damage for weeks to come.

Do Burst Pipes Occur Often?

According to the National Flood Insurance Program, burst pipes are the leading cause of water damage in the United States, accounting for roughly one-third of all water damage claims. When a pipe bursts, it can release hundreds or even thousands of gallons of water in just a few hours, causing serious damage to your property and possessions.

How Do I Know If I Have a Burst Pipe?

If the pipe burst on your property, chances are that you’ll see the effects immediately. If the bust occurs indoors, water will most likely begin soaking thru sheetrock and/or dripping from baseboards or ceilings. HOWEVER, these aren’t always the immediate first signs. Sometimes, if a hairline fracture happens and the pipe doesn’t ‘explode’, the water can just mist out in a steady stream behind a wall or in the floor. Over time, this type of bust can cause not only physical damage to your home, but dangerous mold will start to grow, and can even be hazardous to your health.

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