We want to know what bugs you about your property the most. Is it water damage to ceilings, warped flooring from a leak, or even mold? It’s the right time of year to start new. #ResolveToRestore your space in 2023 and let STOP Restoration help.
Restore Property Value
Not only can untended damage pose a risk to a structure’s long-term health, but it can take a huge chunk out of its property value. Whether you’re a homeowner or own business properties, letting damage linger is never a good idea. Ignoring water damage can often mean higher costs for repairs later. If there’s a leak, it will only get worse. And nothing’s worse than a sale being delayed due to damage uncovered in the home or commercial property inspection report. It puts doubt in a buyer’s mind about the potential for future issues with the location.
Restore Peace of Mind
It’s important to keep in mind that mold can begin growing in as little as 24 – 48 hours when moisture is present. A small leak can mean a big problem fast. Mold should be completely mitigated by trained professionals to ensure all spores have been removed. Mold poses potential health risks for humans and pets. Remember, just because you don’t see mold, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Mold can grow behind walls, and under flooring. If you’ve had a leak, get help from a professional restoration team to inspect for mold dangers. At least once annually, it’s also a best practice to have your crawl space, basement or attic inspected for mold growth, insulation, and structural integrity.
The expression ‘curb appeal’ is used a lot in the real estate market. But what a potential buyer finds inside a building can make or break the deal. Don’t let unsightly water staining on ceilings, a clogged and moldy A/C drip pan or wall mold behind a leaky toilet turn off your buyers. The last thing someone wants to do before hanging up picture frames in their new space is replace all the drywall in a room. Nobody’s “Jonesing” to plan their furniture layout while juggling the installation date on replacing that warped flooring from a previous flood.