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Featured Issue: How to Avoid Mold and Moisture Problems

Moisture Damage Warning Signs In the Utility Closet

A room that contains a water device, such as a water heater, deserves looking into regularly.

  • Look for any signs of rust.
  • Watch for tiny leaks, which are the early warning of an impending catastrophic tank failure.
  • Be sure the floor around the tank is unstained and dry.
  • Look at the valve, drain pan and pipe for signs of rust or staining.
  • If your water heater is gas-fired, look for any signs that the exhaust vent and shield might be mal-functioning or out of position.
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