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Why Cabinets Get Wet and What to Do

Cabinets can get wet for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Water leaks: This is the most common cause of wet cabinets. Leaks can come from a variety of sources, such as faulty plumbing, a leaky roof, or a broken window.
  • Flooding: If your home or business is flooded, your cabinets are likely to get wet. Flooding can be caused by a variety of factors, such as heavy rains, a broken dam, or a burst water main.
  • Condensation: Condensation is the process by which water vapor in the air turns into liquid water. This can happen when warm, moist air comes into contact with a cold surface, such as the inside of a cabinet.

What to Do if Your Cabinets Get Wet

If your cabinets get wet, it’s important to act quickly to prevent further damage. Here are some steps to follow:

  • Turn off the water: If the leak is coming from a plumbing fixture, turn off the water supply to that fixture. If the leak is coming from a roof or window, cover the leak with a tarp or plastic sheet.
  • Remove the water: Once the water has been turned off, use a wet/dry vacuum to remove the water from your cabinets. If the water is deep, you may need to use a sump pump to remove it.
  • Dry out the cabinets: Once the water has been removed, open the cabinet doors and drawers to allow the cabinets to dry out. You can also use a fan to help circulate the air and dry the cabinets.
  • Inspect the cabinets for damage: Once the cabinets are dry, inspect them for damage. Look for any signs of warping, swelling, or cracking. If you find any damage, you should contact a qualified contractor to repair or replace the cabinets.

How to Prevent Cabinet Damage

There are a number of things you can do to help prevent cabinet damage from water:

  • Keep your plumbing fixtures in good condition. Regular maintenance and repairs can help to prevent leaks.
  • Make sure your roof and windows are in good condition. Leaks can be caused by damaged shingles, flashing, or windows.
  • Use a dehumidifier to control the humidity in your home or business. This can help to prevent condensation from forming on your cabinets.
  • Keep your cabinets clean and free of debris. This will help to prevent mold and mildew from growing on your cabinets.

Call for Help

If your cabinets have been damaged by water, call for help. We offer 24/7 emergency water damage restoration services. Our team of experienced professionals will quickly and efficiently clean up the water, dry out your cabinets, and repair or replace any damaged materials.

Call us today at 682-400-4868 or visit our website to learn more about our services.



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