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FREEZE – THAW - REPEAT

Your insurance company wants you to take immediate action to minimize the damage as soon as possible, so you prevent further damage from water penetration into your subfloors, walls and ceilings. It’s best to start the water damage restoration process immediately after you notice the damage. Call us!

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Water Disasters in Winter.
If you have a water disaster this winter, Water Damage Minneapolis® can help you out by getting your home repaired quickly and back to its pre-disaster condition, so you’re not left out in the cold!
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WCCO reports on how a leaky frozen pipe totaled Frank and Amelia's cabin.

Click on the photo below to learn how to deal with burst and leaking pipes and to see the WCCO video at the bottom of the page.

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Fire Damage Restoration, Repair and Clean Up

Water Damage Minneapolis™ will respond to any Emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are professionals who understand that we are first and foremost dealing with people, whose lives have been turned upside down. Our staff is comprised of friendly and caring professionals that are here to take care of you, every step of the way.

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Water Damage from Leaking and Burst Pipes

Water damage from leaking and burst pipes often leaves a big mess and can cause serious damage, so cleanup efforts should start as soon as possible. See the WCCO video (at the bottom of our website) about the water damage from frozen pipes that Frank and Amelia recently experienced at their cabin.

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A Sewer Backup; now what do you do?

Prevention and protection are the first steps. All homeowners should talk to their insurance agent to ensure that sewage backups are covered in their policy. However, if you have just experienced a sewage backup into your home, the following steps can help to reduce the damage and keep you safe …

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Fire Damage Restoration

The damage that the fire inflicts on you and your property can go on long after the last flames have been doused. Lingering traces of soot leave a burnt smell in the air that permeates everything that enters the house. You may not notice it immediately, but the smoke’s acidic components corrode metals, eat away wood, discolor textiles and can even cause skin irritation.

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Water Heater Leaks - An instant flood of water from within your house

If you have ever spilled an entire pitcher of water on your kitchen floor, imagine how devastating 40 to 50 gallons being let loose all at once can be. An average-sized water heater tank letting go in the middle of the night can literally flood an entire home with one to two inches of water.

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Drain line blockages, or getting to the root of the problem!

Blockages can occur if a portion of the line has broken, but generally a blockage is caused by roots that have grown into the line, or by something flushed down a toilet that has lodged in the drain pipe.

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BATHTUB OVERFLOW,,, Now what?

Your goal should be to dry up the water as fast as possible, as standing water may be soaked up into walls, resulting in mold. If water has seeped down through the flooring or the ceiling below is wet and stained, you need a skilled team to quickly resolve the problem before it gets worst.

Water Damage Minneapolis™ is ready to come to your rescue! Call 763-242-2103

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