CPR24 Restoration will come out and take care of any water damage that you may have in your home. Here are some tips on how you can prevent bathroom water damage from happening.


  • The Toilet

We think that you know that the toilet is the most vulnerable water junction in your entire house. Toilet leaks often include clean water and sewer water that can cause both structural damages and can be hazardous to your health. Control for leaks around the toilet seat, on the water supply line, and under the tank. If you see any signs of moisture on the floor around the toilet. Always switch out broken parts as soon as you can, if you wait the problem could escalate quickly into a health problem. Bathroom water damage may have already occurred if the floor feels soft, or your toilet rocks.

  • Install an Exhaust Fan

To maintain low levels of humidity, installing an exhaust fan is the most important thing you can do in the bathroom. If you do not already have a fan in your bathroom you can purchase one from a local home improvement store and install it yourself, easily. By circulating the air, the exhaust fan ventilates the bathroom and prevents damp air overloads, in an indirect way this prevents bathroom water damage. Its recommended to use it during and following baths or showers to prevent moisture build-up.

  • The Shower

A bathroom shower is exposed to a substantial amount of water every day and may require further attention to ensure it is well maintained. You should control the tiles in your shower and replace any cracked or damaged tiles. To prevent water from dripping behind the tiles, be sure to routinely check that there is no missing grout between tiles. If there is, it needs to be fixed as soon as possible.

  • Sinks and Cabinets

The sinks and cabinets are often exposed to moisture and high humidity levels but are unfortunately usually overlooked. Inspect under the sink regularly for signs of mold or moisture, also check the countertop above it. You have to repair any drip in the trap as it may lead to more serious drain problems. Check around the sink also, as slow draining pipes may indicate a blockage. If you see that sink seals are cracked or loose, replace them immediately. This prevents possible bathroom water damage.

  • Monitor Moisture Levels

You should always be very attentive to excess moisture in your floors or walls, and stains or watermarks as they may indicate plumbing problems that require attention. If you do suspect damage but cannot locate the problem, call CPR24 Restoration, and our professionals will do what we can to find the issue.

Remember that it's important to not ignore leaks or water damage problems in your bathroom. If they are not fixed right away, these problems will lead to serious damage, costly repair bills, and even potential health problems.

Water Damage Restoration

You know well that a bathroom water damage in your home, office, or commercial facility can be overwhelming. Our water team at CPR24 Restoration has the equipment and experience necessary to handle even the most challenging situations.

Rapid and efficient work by our professional team makes the difference when assessing the structural damage to your property.
We use state-of-the-art equipment to quickly dry, deodorize, and disinfect the area affected, this means less sub-sequential damage and greater peace-of-mind.

What to do if you have a bathroom water damage?

Immediately attempt to find and stop the source of the leak, and promptly contact our team. Our team will come in to extract the water and start the drying process. When water leaks into your property, moisture can collect and allow mold to develop.

We know that mold can cause further damage to your property and can potentially cause health problems. The adverse health effects from mold exposure can cause runny noses, coughs, nosebleeds, congestion, and sinusitis, to more serious upper respiratory ailments such as asthma or bronchitis. So don't think twice to call us at +1 416-551-8287!


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