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Question DetailsAsked on 11/30/2014

We had a water leak on tiles floor under a sink located on 2nd floor for 4-5 days.

1) See some leak on garage ceiling and some water pool on garage floor.
2) Opened the drywall garage ceiling to get the water out and see damaged area.
3) I noticed there are some light water stains or mold on wood structure and on garage ceiling made of drywall.
4) Need to get estimate from expert and provide the report to insurance.The ceiling and tiles floor must be replaced.

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I'd think twice about making a claim on this. It sounds pretty minor and you'll take a deductable hit in any case. You wouldn't want your premium rising up for years ...

Good luck!

Answered 5 years ago by Jefferson

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