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protect your home from water damage
Whether it\'s a short downpour or a day\'s rain
The drizzle, the residual moisture will penetrate into the back of your home wall, causing irreversible damage to the structure below. Worst-
This happens when the wood frame and sheath rot and then produce black mold and mildew.
Homeowners can do some simple maintenance tasks to make sure the water doesn\'t have a chance to enter andI. S.
The following points are recommended for external decoration:
When needed, fill in the seam around the doors and windows.
Clean the small drain holes on the windows with a pipe cleaner.
Clean up the dirt on the window track with a cloth or plastic spatula for proper drainage.
If you suspect that the water has penetrated into your wall, look for the following signs: water marks on the plaster at the corner of the window.
Sponge floor under windows and doors.
Water marks on window door frames and frames.
A damp or damp carpet after a storm.
Water leaks through the window frame during or after the storm.
Water penetration may be caused by improper installation of doors and windows, incorrect roof flashes, or old planks that have just ended their life cycle.
In any case, at this time of the year, it is crucial to do a visual check around your home to determine whether the water enters your home unconsciously.
In order to avoid expensive repairs, all that may be required is to complete some small maintenance tasks on a regular basis.