Vancouver weather is known to be rainy and more temperate, but the city and Lower mainland area has been known to experience snow and a drop in temperature. In the winter months, our home systems can malfunction for various reasons. Sometimes extreme changes in temperature can cause water leaks, which will lead to property damage.
When the snow starts melting, especially if the temperature changes quickly, basement flooding can occur. Accumulated snow quickly melts and turns into water, which has the same affect as a lot of rain occurring at once. Water running towards the foundation of your home can cause flooding, and when snow starts to thaw, this can happen before you know it.
Whether you have new windows or replacement windows, occasionally you may find air leaking in. Initially, you might not be aware of where the leak is but you want to find the problem and fix it fast to avoid air and moisture creeping into a room.
If you’re living in the British Colombia area, have flood damage or water leakage in your home and don’t know who to call, 604 Fix Leak is at your service to handle all of your leak repair and detection needs. It is important to explore your options for flood insurance in BC and know how the insurance claim process works before any damage might occur to your property. When your home becomes damaged by leaking or flooding, if it is not repaired in a timely manner, your home and your health could
With spring just around the corner, it is now time to think about regular home maintenance. Over the winter period homes are subject to extreme changes in temperature which can lead to property damage. One important area to keep an eye on is the drain tile, which can become blocked and can result in moisture problems on your property. Spring is the best time to inspect the property and carry out drain tile repairs if necessary.
No matter where you live, occasionally there will be plumbing problems. Water will be leaking from somewhere or something, and you will need it to be fixed quickly. Sometimes, a clogged or running toilet, or a drain cover may be easy enough to fix, but what happens when bigger problems occur?