Ceiling damage from a water leak can be as small as a discolored spot or stain or as large as the drywall bulging and then collapsing. As soon as you realize you have a water leak you need to turn off the water source. If accessible, you should turn off power in the affected areas and mop up as much water as possible. Also, removing all furniture, rugs and belongings to a dry area will help speed up the process as well as prevent further damage. Next step would be to call out a trusted water damage restoration company such as Phoenix Water Damage Services. We can have a technician out to your home within an hour. We also take credit, debit or cash for self-pay and work with insurance companies for clients who need to make a claim. Call our office today for more information on our services at 602-362-4883!

If you live in San Tan, AZ there are several ways you can help conserve water in your community. The Arizona Department of Water Resources Conservation Program is here to help! We all need to do our part to conserve this precious resource for future generations. Arizona needs to have a sustainable, long-term water supply. Residents, businesses, communities and water providers who implement ways to reduce their water footprint are doing their part to efficiently use water. Take a look at The Arizona Department of Water Resources Conservation Program’s website and you’ll find links for Public Resources, Landscaping, Technologies, Kids Education, Water Planners & Providers, Commercial, Industrial & Institutional and Agriculture.

The following tips and ideas are simple ways you can start conserving water in your home:

  • Make sure each faucet has an aerator.
  • Consider installing a hot water re-circulating system.
  • Keep showers under five minutes.
  • Check faucets and pipes for leaks.
  • Plant low-water use and drought-tolerant grasses, ground covers, shrubs and trees.
  • Adjust sprinklers so only landscape is watered and not the house, sidewalk or street.
  • Weed yards and gardens regularly. Weeds compete with other plants for water.

By doing one thing every day to save water you can make a difference.