Water damage with a hint of mold.
This is just a normal Hot water heater gone bad. When water is left unattended for multiple days or even as early 48 hours, growth can start to form. Since this was a case where the water heater closet had absorbed most of the water, it did not get much further than two rooms from the source. This still required 4 days of Monitoring and 3 days of drying with equipment running all 3 days.
You just never know when disaster is going to strike, but a Quick response is the key. When disaster strikes your home from things like a water heater gone array, the sooner you respond, the limited the damage will be to that property.
To ensure quick response, make sure you have a team of professionals equipped with necessary Personal Protective equipment, and if you don’t have a team ready to go for yourself. Give us a call at (480) 553-7103 and SERVPRO of North Central Mesa will be there for you to make it “Like it never even happened.”