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Ceilings and Wall Leak Repair

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Ceiling and Wall Leaking Repair by MRC Restoration

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MRC Restoration is here to make sure you stay informed during the entire water damage restoration process. We’ll take care of contacting your insurance carrier and will work with them in a fully transparent process so you always know what’s going on.

What to look for on Ceiling and Wall Leaks

There are various telltale signs that your wall or ceiling has a leak, among them are water stains that indicate leakage in a room – they often come in brown, black, or yellow colors;

Blisters: Blisters on your ceiling may indicate water damage, while peeling paint could indicate water has leaked behind it and caused more serious problems.

Musty smell: An unpleasant musty odor can be an indicator of mold growth caused by ceiling leaks or water penetration, often as a result of moisture penetration through leaky ceilings or walls.

Drywall damage: In cases of damaged drywall, signs may include soft or spongy areas as well as cracks or holes forming within its structure.
Sagging ceiling: When your ceiling sags, this is often an indicator that there has been significant water damage.

MRC Restoration professionals should be your first call if any of these signs arise, to get your leak fixed as soon as possible and prevent more severe water damage that can lead to mold growth, structural issues and electrical problems. Don’t ignore water damage: act quickly! Water Damage left untreated can result in mold growth, structural damages and electrical faults which will have long-term negative consequences that affect every aspect of life including mold growth, structural damages and electrical malfunctions.

Water Damage to Walls and Ceilings

Water damage to walls and ceilings can be an immense source of concern, leading to mold growth, structural damage and electrical problems. At MRC Restoration we offer expert water damage restoration services and can help your walls and ceilings return to their original state.

Below are just some of the advantages to using MRC Restoration:

We are a certified and insured company with over two decades of experience in water damage restoration. Utilizing cutting edge technology, we use drying systems to quickly dry walls and ceilings after water damage has occurred.

Furthermore, our team works directly with insurance providers to expedite claims quickly.

If your walls or ceilings have experienced water damage, call MRC Restoration immediately for immediate restoration service.

Frequently Asked Questions

About Leaking Ceilings and Walls

What should I do if my ceiling is leaking?

If you see water running from the ceiling, paint bubbling, brown rings, or drywall swelling then you have a water leak in your ceiling but before anything is repaired here are some steps to prevent water from spreading and causing additional damage.


1. Get something to contain the water. If there is water running from the ceiling, then getting one or more waterproof containers to catch the water prevents it from flooding the home and damaging floors.


2. Move or cover any furniture that may be near the leak. It is preferred that all furniture and décor be removed from the area but if something is unable to be moved then covering with waterproofing covering can prevent damage to furniture.


3. Soak up any water that is on the floor. Soaking up standing water on the floor with a mop or old towels can help prevent the flooring from warping or developing mold problems.


4. Make a small hole in the ceiling for drainage. This may seem contradictory as it will allow water to drain more quickly but it will help control the water downward in a place where you can catch it. This prevents water from spreading through your ceiling down into your drywall and electrical.


5. Call a plumber or roofer. If possible, determine if the leak is coming from your roof or plumbing issues. If it is not raining and you are experiencing a leak its more than likely a plumbing issue and you will need a plumber not a roofer

Is a leaking ceiling or wall an emergency?

The simple answer is yes. A water leak on your ceiling or wall is an emergency because it indicates that there is water flowing through your home where water should not be. Water spots on your ceiling can also mean water is flowing down your walls encountering electrical and causing hidden damage such as mold. Excess water and moisture can get absorbed into your drywall, wood, insulation, and wallpaper. This instance will lead to warping in walls, water stains, deterioration, and mold growth. If a leak is hidden behind walls mold can easily grow in areas that are not easily detected causing health issues like allergies to those exposed. Another concern with water behind your walls is it connects with electrical wires, this can cause short circuits and in extreme cases electrical fires. If a water leak is found behind a wall it is best to leave it to professionals as they have the means to handle the job effectively and safely.

How much does it cost to fix a leak in the ceiling?

The cost to repair damages is determined by the size of the area that was damaged and how long the leak was present. A rough estimate to repair a ceiling leak could be anywhere from $500 to $2000 so it is best to address the problem as soon as it is discovered to prevent additional repair costs.

Are ceiling leaks covered by homeowners’ insurance?

Homeowners insurance will cover ceiling leaks if they occur accidentally or suddenly by a covered peril. Slow leaks or lack of maintenance may not be covered under insurance it is best to contact the homeowner’s agent and see what is covered under the policy.

Should you poke a hole in a leaking ceiling?

Yes, poking a hole in a leaking ceiling will direct the water downward and into a waterproof container, you place under the hole. Poking a hole in the ceiling will prevent water from flowing through your ceiling and walls causing additional damage that may go unseen.

How do you dry a ceiling after a leak?

Experts recommend using dehumidifiers and high-volume fans in the closed-off area to quickly dry water-damaged drywall to help prevent mold growth. When drying a water-damaged area, it is best to leave it to professionals who have the correct equipment to dry the area as quickly as possible to prevent further damage.

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Each Crew is IICRC Trained & Certified


Each Crew is IICRC Trained & Certified


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When disaster strikes, you need to make sure your home or business is restored back to its original state. Our team of professionals will get to work quickly and efficiently to fix any issues caused by water damage. Rest easy knowing the job is in the right hands with MRC Restoration. Our skilled professionals are here to help you every step of the way. Making your life better is our priority.
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