A Homeowner’s Guide for Dishwasher Water Leaks Do you suspect a dishwasher water leak? Because the appliance is most commonly mounted in a space under the kitchen counter, a water leak may not be visible when it starts. In fact, a slow water leak from a dishwasher can go undetected for quite some time, causing … Continue reading Dishwasher is Leaking Water – What To Know & What To Do
Does Insurance Cover Dishwasher Leaks?
The type of water leak can predict whether homeowners’ insurance will cover the cost of damages and repair to a home from a leaking dishwasher. Under most homeowners’ insurance policies, a slow dishwater water leak is caused by a lack of proper maintenance, so damages and repairs are not covered. Read on to learn more … Continue reading Does Insurance Cover Dishwasher Leaks?
Signs of Water Leak Damage
If you suspect water damage from a leak in your home, these are signs to look for. Water leaks that spray large volumes are obvious and require a quick and immediate response. However, small seeping water leaks, such as from a leaking appliance fixture, are often not discovered for days, weeks, or months after they … Continue reading Signs of Water Leak Damage
Rental Home Appliances
Appliances in rental homes get a lot of wear and tear. Protect yours with an underpan so that a slow-leaking dishwasher doesn't become a major repair because of damage to flooring. Call Gary for information at 201-247-0591
The average household's leaks can be nearly 10,000 gallons of water each year. Slow, undetected leaks can waste up to 90 gallons or more per day. Protect your home - use an appliance underpan to alert to leaks before the damage occurs. Call Gary at 201-247-0591 to learn more.
Gray water leaking from dishwashers can become toxic black water within 48 hours. If this water is not removed and the leak stopped, more problems can happen such as the dried contaminants becoming airborne. Protect your home and your health with our underpan, which alerts to slow leaks before they become big problems. Call Gary … Continue reading Black water