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Water Pipe Breaks and Water Clean-up in Indianapolis

A list of reasons why you should choose Midwest Remediation for your water damage services?

Water Pipe Breaks & Water Clean-up | Indianapolis

Midwest Remediation responds to a broken water pipe in in an Indianapolis home.

Disaster can happen anytime, anyplace. Midwest Remediation services the Greater Indianapolis area for all types of water flooding and water damage problems and disasters. Please call us now for service or contact us with any of our fast-and-easy website contact forms.

Water pipe breaks and fire-sprinkler line leaks in Indianapolis usually occur during the warm spring days and cold winter months. The temperature change and the age of the pipe play vital roles when water pipes break. As water freezes, it expands, placing substantial pressure on the inner walls of the pipe material. Eventually, the structural integrity of the water pipe will weaken and will cause water pipes to burst. No homeowner wants to discover a water pipe break inside their kitchen or bathroom. However, Midwest Remediation water damage technicians are ready when you are faced with water damage to your home. Our expert teams at MW recommend leaving a trickle of water flowing through home faucets during the cold winter.

Businesses, schools, and other commercial properties rely on fire-sprinkler water lines to put out fires but may experience major flooding when fire-sprinkler water lines burst. The high-pressure of these water lines can cause enormous water damage even if the water only runs for a few minutes. MW’s quick response for water extraction and water damage restoration will remedy any flooding in your business or commercial property. Our certified restoration technicians will remove all the moisture from your flooded carpet or hard-surface floors, walls and ceilings using our specialized drying equipment and will get you back to business before you know it.

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Is a water pipe break covered by insurance?

In most cases, damage inside your home and caused by busted water pipe is covered by your insurance company. However, if a water main breaks outside your home and then damages the interior, it may not be covered by your insurance company. Midwest Remediation recommends you read your insurance policy and speak with your insurance agent to clarify these situations.

Prompt action on water-intruded areas can greatly reduce the amount of damage that your property incurs. We’ll have an easier time saving and restoring parts of your home or commercial building, which translates into lower costs for you. Contact us today and get your place back to its pre-flooding conditions in no time!

Water Damage from Frozen Pipes in Indianapolis

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Property loss can easily occur when water pipes freeze and break, causing damage to walls, ceilings, floors, furniture and other possessions. Even a small crack in your water pipe can leak enough water to flood your home. In fact, in just one day, 250 gallons of water can be discharged from a pipe crack as small as 1/8 inch. So, it is imperative to be proactive and take action to protect your home. We serve all of the following counties: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan and Shelby. If you are in the greater Indianapolis area, get in touch with us today at 317-826-0940.

Before extreme weather strikes, prepare your home to prevent water damage before it occurs. When temperatures dip, take immediate action to prevent water damage:

  • Open kitchen and bathroom cabinets to allow warm air to circulate around water pipes.
  • Open taps throughout the house to allow water to drip and to keep water pipes from freezing.
  • When going out of town, keep the thermostat at 55 degrees and ask a trusted neighbor or friend to watch your home for possible leaks. Also, turn your water off and drain water supply lines.

Keep in mind that homeowners’ insurance companies are more apt to pay your water damage claim if you can show that you have done your due diligence and maintained your property in a reasonable manner.