Washing Machine Overflow
A washing machine overflow can be a real horror to a homeowner: You see water and foam rushing in everywhere, you do anything to stop it, but often times the foam and water keep progressing even after you turn off the power, and from a tiresome day of washing loads of clothes, the work doesn’t seem to be stopping.
Keeping your washing machine in the bathroom can limit the damage made by the washing machine, but nowadays it is more likely to find it in other rooms due to space efficiency. The water and foam can get everywhere and flood the whole area. It can easily get inside the crawl space and wreak havoc throughout your home forcing you to deal with water damage throughout your house.
It is important that in any case of washing machine overflow you take extra steps to resolve the issue for good, since repairing the washing machine now will be much easier on your budget than having to deal with water damage on a later day.