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Water Shut Off Valve

9/15/2021 (Permalink)

Water leaking from a ceiling Water Shut Off Valve

SERVPRO of Leavenworth and NW Wyandotte County knows that there are many ways you can try and prepare for when water damage occurs in your home or business. In this blog we are giving you our best tip for limiting water damage in your home. Raise your hand if you know where your shut-off valve is located?

Knowing where your water shut off valve is located in your home or business is EXTREMLEY IMPORTANT! If you have a pipe break or any kind of leak in your home or business, stopping the water is the single most important way to limit the amount of damage. 

If you know where your water shut off valve is, you can save valuable time when a break or leak occurs. Instead of potentially gallons upon gallons of water damage you could limit it to a small puddle. 

If a water damage does occur in your home SERVPRO is here to help 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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