Appliance water leak cleanup in Dallas/Fort Worth

Leaking Appliances? Get Water Damage Help Within 45 Minutes!

Do you have water leaking in your home? Regent Restoration offers affordable, high-quality appliance leak services conducted by professionals.

Leaking fridges, dishwashers, burst water heaters and overflowing washing machines are common causes of water damage.

We'll determine the source of the leak, extract the water, and return your home back to normal.

"When you have water where it shouldn't be, give us a call!"

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Your Local DFW Water Leak Cleanup Experts

If your home or business has been critically damaged by a malfunctioning or leaking appliance, it's important to seek help immediately from a trusted water damage restoration company.

With our fast response times, our technicians are guaranteed to be at your home within 45 minutes of your initial phone call.

We offer appliance leak cleanup, water extraction, structural drying, and water damage restoration services to the entire Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Our Water Damage Restoration Services Include:

  • Water Damage Restoration
  • Washing Machine Overflow
  • Heater & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Unit Leaks
  • Refrigerator & Ice Maker Overflow
  • Dishwasher Overflow
  • Leaking Toilets

The longer you wait for repairs, the greater the chance of structural damage, health issues or other problems that can drain your finances and undermine your quality of life.

When our crews arrive on the scene, they'll work quickly to contain the water damage restoration and return your home back to a safer, drier state.

How Our Team Handles Water Damage From Appliance Leaks

Appliances are great because they make our lives easier, but any appliance connected to a water supply line has a chance of leaking or flooding your home. Water heaters can burst, refrigerators can leak, and dishwashers and washing machines can overflow.

When an appliance leaks, it can be quite the inconvenience and can make a huge mess, causing water damage and creating the potential for mold growth. 

When our water damage professionals arrive at your home or business they’ll provide you with a free estimate and inspection, and immediately being the restoration process.

Here's How the Water Damage Restoration Process Works:

  1. Provide you with a free 360-degree inspection. This means we scope the entire property for signs of water damage.
  2. Identify the source of your water leak and stop it.
  3. Begin the process of water extraction & removal.
  4. Move and pack out furniture to our storage facility to prevent water damage.
  5. Place commercial-grade fans and dehumidifiers around your home to remove any extra moisture.
  6. Spray anti-microbial in areas that mold might grow.
  7. Reconstruct water-damaged wood floors, carpets, drywall, and ceilings to pre-loss condition.
  8. Come back daily to monitor moisture levels and ensure your home or business is completely dry
  9. Help you file an insurance claim to get your loss covered with no expense to you.

Overflowing Dishwasher Cleanup

When your Dishwasher overflows it can send a soapy flood throughout your kitchen.  It’s difficult to dry floors after a flood, especially hardwood floors. Our experts will use our wood floor water damage technology to dry your floors and mitigate any damage.

Laundry Room Flooding Due to Overflowing Washing Machine

If you accidentally added too many suds to the load or a hose bursts, your washing machine can overflow and flood the entire laundry room. Our technicians can extract the water, dry the area using our state-of-the-art humidifiers to control moisture, and inspect the area using infrared cameras to find any hidden sources of water damage.

Water Heater Burst Causing Home Flooding

Water heaters can contain up to 40-120 gallons of water so when it bursts your home can fill up quickly. Our water damage specialists will be out to your place within 45 minutes and with professional-grade equipment to extract the water, contain the area, and dry your property.

Water Damage Repair & Restoration

Water damage repair is the process of restoring the wet items in your home to pre-loss condition. We will quickly begin the restoration process as soon as water extraction & water removal occurs.

Get Help For Leaking or Overflowing Appliances

Not only does a leaking appliance cause water damage, but it also creates the potential for mold damage, structural damage, or even, an electrical fire hazard.

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  • Available 24/7, 365
  • Quick 45 Minute Response Time
  • A+ BBB Rated Restoration Company
  • Certified Water Extraction Team
  • 100% Moisture Free Guarantee

The key to less damage is a quick response, so if you notice a leak don’t let it sit. Our restoration experts can safely remove water from your leaking appliances and prevent further damage to any surrounding walls, floors, or possessions.

Will Insurance Cover Water Damage From An Appliance Leak?

Whenever there's water in your home from an appliance leak, contact a local restoration company and your insurance provider immediately. Most insurance policies cover water damage from sudden and accidental events, such as a burst water heater or washing machine overflow. They tend not to cover water damage from lack of maintenance or upkeep, so if you notice a leak address it immediately.

Appliance leaks come in two categories – catastrophic leaks and slow leaks.

Catastrophic Leaks

Happen when a water supply line bursts, flooding your home with water.

Slow Leaks

Can go on for weeks or even months without being noticed, slowly causing damage to your home. The longer an appliance leak goes unnoticed the higher the risk of mold growth and damage to your carpets, flooring, drywall, and expensive structural damage.

The certified technicians at Regent Restoration have the expertise necessary to correctly diagnose the scope of the water damage and can quickly provide full cleanup and repair services. Even if you notice a small leak it should be addressed quickly to prevent any further damage.

What Causes Your Appliances to Leak?

Most of the time homeowners don’t realize when their appliance isn’t functioning properly until a major problem occurs.

Below are some of the most common ways an appliance will leak water:

When a dishwasher leaks it is usually because of a clogged or damaged drain line or supply line. Drain line leaks can be fast or slow and often contain bacteria. Supply lines can cause an overflow because of heavy water pressure. If you have an older dishwasher that connects to your kitchen sink, it might cause water damage if your sink is not properly emptied or unclogged when the drain line is in use.
Water Heater
Water heaters often have several issues that can contribute to leaking including damaged or cracked pipes, a leaking tank, or broken fittings and seals. Malfunctioning water heaters also have to potential to burst, releasing gallons of water into your home in a blink of an eye. When you notice that your water heater is malfunctioning, it is essential that you contact a professional to prevent extensive water damage.
Washing Machine
Many homeowners leave the water supply hoses to their washing machine on, even when it is not in use. Washing machine hoses are always pressurized and a broken line is like turning on the tap, so if a line bursts when you aren’t home or if you washing machine is in an area of your home that you rarely use, you could end up significant water damage. Slower leaks from worn hoses and loose fittings can also cause water damage and mold growth on the walls behind the washing machine. User error can also result in water damage – avoid adding too much detergent and overflowing the washing machine.
Heaters and Air Conditioners
Heating and cooling equipment are prime candidates for leaks. That is why it is essential to have a professional inspect your heating and cooling systems for leaks, damage, and blockages. Water leaks related to these systems are usually slow and hidden behind the walls and in the ceiling, meaning they can be difficult to find before mold starts to grow and cause even more damage.
Refrigerators that come with a built-in ice maker has a supply line for water. This supply line can burst or crack and cause a significant amount of water damage. Some refrigerators can also fall victim to slow water leaks from the base, which can go unnoticed for a long period of time

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