Signs of a Water Damaged Ceiling:
- Discolored Growths
- Peeling Wall Surfaces
Common Causes of Water Damage
The common causes of water damage in ceilings are rain water entering through a leak in a roof or a pipe that passes through the attic or an upper floor leaks. Often, you see the stain somewhere on the ceiling below the problem spot.
The result is water runs downward and eventually lands on the upper surface of the ceiling material, which is many times a drywall or plaster. Apart from the water discolouring the ceiling, the integrity of the ceiling material is also degraded. Allowing the dampness to remain for a few days creates an environment the encourage mould to grow.
Prevent Mould on Your Ceiling
To prevent mould, call our service technicians. For a suspicious ceiling stain our technicians will typically use a moisture meter to help determine whether it’s an active leak or not. Whatever the cause of the leak is, they will find it and fix the problem to prevent further damage.
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