Water damage control planning: a practical guide

From burst pipes to ever-increasing heavy rain events, water damage to a building can result in costly cleanup, repairs, and interruption to operations.

Close up of a person wearing wellies trying to walk through a flood.

Furthermore, with increasing insurance premiums and deductibles, the total cost of water damage claims to property owners is increasing. Proper identification of building systems, testing and maintenance routines, and pre-planning are essential to reducing the likelihood of and mitigating the effects of water damage.

Download our Water damage control planning: a practical guide for guidelines, maintenance suggestions, and checklists to help commercial and residential property managers develop programs to protect buildings against the risk of water damage.