Water damage is very unexpected and not always easy to spot. Some of the more common types of water damage
occur from plumbing leaks, a damaged roof, water heater overflow, toilet overflow, hurricanes and sewage overflow.
The most important rule to follow is to stop the source and dry out all materials that have been affected by it. To
prevent any other secondary damage, such as mold, from occurring in your home.
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Water from a clean source that does not present a large risk for causing sickness or discomfort. Some examples include broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows with no contaminants, and supply lines from appliances.
Water that has a significant degree of chemical and biological contamination. Phase 2 water has the potential to cause sickness or discomfort and should not be allowed to dwell for an extended period.
Water intrusion that results from a grossly unsanitary source or carries disease causing agents. Some examples include discharge from toilets that originate from beyond the toilet or backup of the sewage.
*Importantly that they are 3 phases that determine how contaminated water is according to IICRC standards. *