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What are the Three Categories of Water Damage?

3 Categories Of Water Damage

Three Categories of Water Damage Facing the aftermath of water damage can be stressful. Immediate steps are necessary to limit the extent of the damage to your home and lower the health risks for your family. With an understanding of the different categories of water damage, you will be better informed of the situation and […] Read More >

Are Crawl Space Leaks Serious?

Crawl Space

Are Crawl Space Leaks Serious? Though any type of leak can be difficult to deal with, a leak found in the crawl space can be exceptionally serious. There is an immense amount of water flowing in and out of home plumbing every day. Water pipes bring water in and sewer lines take it away. A […] Read More >

7 Signs you may have a Slab Leak

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What is a slab leak? Slab leaks occur when there’s a broken pipe or a water leak in or below the foundation of a building. If your home is built upon a concrete slab, there is a good chance that a slab leak could eventually develop. There are two plumbing systems under your home, the […] Read More >

The Negative Effects of Monsoons


    New Mexico and other areas across the Southwest U.S. are affected by the North American Monsoon System (NAMS) every summer, and the “Monsoon Season” is designated as the period lasting from June 15th through September 30th. It is vital to be aware of monsoon season of those local areas. This information is taken […] Read More >

Leaky Roofs

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Signs and Causes of a Leaky Roof Roof leaks are a serious matter that calls for quick action. The difficult first step is to find the origin of the leak. Leaks have a sneaky way of entering your home at one part of your roof and trickling down to another area until the leak finally […] Read More >

Leaks from Hose Bibs

How To Fix A Leaky Garden Spigot

Leaks from Hose Bibs A hose bib is the handy little faucet attached to the outside of your house. It has many uses one of which is, it allows you to water your lawn and garden.  A typical garden hose flow rate is usually between 6 and 12 gallons per minute. That could turn into […] Read More >

Toilet Leaks

Toilet Leak

Toilet Leaks One of the most common sources of plumbing leaks is from toilets. With 1.5 gallons of water used with every flush, it is easy to see why it is important to keep a close watch for impending toilet leaks. Regularly inspect behind and around toilets for dampness, puddles, mold and mildew. The longer […] Read More >

Shower and Tub Leaks

Leaky Tub

Shower and Tub Leaks Bathrooms are conveniently designed with abundant plumbing. As a result, that makes them more susceptible to developing leaks. Since so much of the plumbing is concealed behind walls and floors, leaks can be undetectable until it becomes painfully obvious that there is a problem. Determining where the leak originates can be […] Read More >

Water Damage from Leaks: Kitchen or Vanity Sink

Pipes Under Kitchen Sink

Water Damage from Leaks:  Kitchen or Vanity Sink Household leaks waste an enormous amount of water nationwide every year. That makes it quite expensive in more ways than one. According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), a leaky faucet that drips at the rate of one drip per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons […] Read More >

Water Heater Leaks

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Water Heater Leaks Help for Water Heater Leaks Water heaters are wonders of physics. Whether electric or gas, they work essentially the same. They bring cold water in through the dip tube and heat it using the electric heating element or gas burner. The hot water rises in the tank and is moved throughout the […] Read More >

Washing Machine Leaks

Washing Machine Overflow

                               Why is My Washing Machine Leaking? If you have ever come home to a puddle of water on your laundry room floor, you know how upsetting it can be. To understand leaks, it is helpful to understand how the machine operates. It is a complex yet simple, self-contained machine that receives water from two […] Read More >

Dishwasher Leaks and Water Damage

Dishwasher Water Damage To Kitchen

Kitchen Appliances Our kitchens: The most popular room in our home. As such, the appliances in a kitchen receive wear-and-tear faster than any other appliances. While we attempt to keep them in tip top working condition, all things do wear out eventually. Thankfully there are steps can we take to prolong their life. Dishwashers Dishwashers […] Read More >

Roof Leaks

A Leaky Roof Can

  Water damage is usually caused by the accumulation of water somewhere on the property structure.  This is usually a headache for the property owner, but they would be wise not to ignore the problem. Water damage can cause other issues to the structure, especially if the property is older.    It’s never a convenient […] Read More >

Swamp Coolers Start Up / Leak Issues


Swamp Cooler Spring Start-Ups / Leak Issues Maintaining your swamp cooler is important. You must properly winterize it in the Fall, so your Spring start-up is a breeze, and your cooler efficiently runs throughout the summer months. Making sure your cooler is properly started up will prevent unnecessary leaks from occurring.   Swamp Cooler Start […] Read More >

Water Extraction Experts Featured in Real Producers Spotlight

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Water Extraction Experts’ New Mexico branch was honored to be featured as a Partner Spotlight in the January, 2022 issue of Real Producers Magazine. “Matt Adlesperger and his team at Water Extraction Experts have over 75 years of combined experience…”   “This team of professionals handles the entire process from damage restoration to full reconstruction […] Read More >

Ceiling Water Damage Repair

Ceiling Leak Water Damage being caught in pans by man in kitchen while wife is on phone with toddler

Tackling Hidden Water Leaks In Walls If you’ve noticed water stains or leaks in your ceiling but have no clue where it’s coming from, don’t just stick a bucket under it and call it a day. We all have home repairs we’d rather put off, but once your home has suffered a leak, it can […] Read More >

How Water Damage Affects Your Home

Leaking Faucet

The aftermath of water damage can be shocking to see, leaving homeowners bewildered about how to start the cleanup process. It can be tempting to just “let things air out,” but there are many risks in not correctly assessing and mitigating water damage. Water can make its way past flooring and subflooring and cause swelling, […] Read More >

Wood Floor Water Damage…What to do!

Water Damaged Wood Floors

I turned the dishwasher on before I left to work and came home to a huge puddle on my wood floors? What can I do to save my floors? -Worried in Fort Collins, CO Dear Worried in Fort Collins, CO, You’re not alone. We often receive calls from panicked homeowners who have water damage to […] Read More >