Water Damage

Plumbing Leaks

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prepare for the unexeprected

Make sure your business knows what to do and who to call in an emergency.

NDS Leads you From Devastation to Restoration

If you have a plumbing leak, the first thing you should do is to turn off your water supply to prevent further damage to your property. You can do this by shutting off the main water valve or the valve located near the leaking area. It's also important to turn off any electrical appliances that may be affected by the leak.

After you have turned off the water supply, you should try to locate the source of the leak. This can be done by checking under sinks, around toilets, and in other areas where water flows. If the leak is significant or you're unsure how to fix it, it's best to call a professional plumber.

Remember to always prioritize your safety and the safety of those around you when dealing with a plumbing leak.


NDS PRIME™ Program

Your key to successful recovery

With NDS PRIME™ Program, you can proactively plan and minimize the impact of unforeseen events on your business.

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  • 24/7 priority emergency response
  • Managed assistance during emergencies
  • Access to continuing education courses
  • Pre-event planning
  • Timely, cost-effective recoveries

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