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The Average Cost of Water Damage Restoration

Cost of water damage by state.Restoration Local has plenty of experience in the water restoration industry. With contractors across the United States, they’ve been bridging connections between homeowners and contractors for over 5 years, servicing thousands of customers. Collecting data from over 400 contractors they work with, the company was able to compile the facts and figures when it comes to water damage restoration costs. From the mid two thousands up to nearly five grand, not all projects within the states are equal.

What’s The Average For Your State?

These figures range from moderate to hefty. You may be surprised to learn what the average homeowner (or homeowner’s insurance) pays in your state when they’ve experienced water damage to their home.

  1. Alabama:  $2,550
  2. Alaska:  No data
  3. Arizona:  $2,860
  4. Arkansas:  $2,500
  5. California:  $3,420
  6. Colorado:  $2,920
  7. Connecticut:  $3,060
  8. District of Columbia:  $3,250
  9. Delaware:  $3,160
  10. Florida:  $4,400
  11. Georgia:  $3,220
  12. Hawaii:  No data
  13. Idaho:  $2,640
  14. Illinois:  $2,980
  15. Indiana:  $2,900
  16. Iowa:  $2,500
  17. Kansas:  $2,460
  18. Kentucky:  $2,900
  19. Louisiana:  $2,720
  20. Maine:  $2,500
  21. Maryland:  $3,190
  22. Massachusetts:  $3,430
  23. Michigan:  $3,000
  24. Minnesota:  $3,630
  25. Mississippi:  $2,550
  26. Missouri:  $2,900
  27. Montana:  $3,000
  28. Nebraska:  $2,500
  29. Nevada:  $4,910
  30. New Hampshire:  $3,000
  31. New Jersey:  $3,350
  32. New Mexico:  $2,710
  33. New York:  $3,180
  34. North Carolina:  $2,950
  35. North Dakota:  No data
  36. Ohio:  $2,860
  37. Oklahoma:  $3,020
  38. Oregon:  $2,870
  39. Pennsylvania:  $3,200
  40. Rhode Island:  $2,500
  41. South Carolina:  $2,940
  42. South Dakota:  No data
  43. Tennessee:  $2,800
  44. Texas:  $3,280
  45. Utah:  $3,020
  46. Vermont:  No data
  47. Virginia:  $2,590
  48. Washington:  $2,920
  49. West Virginia:  $2,500
  50. Wisconsin:  $2,670
  51. Wyoming:  $3,000

This makes the average cost of water damage repair among the states covered by Restoration Local come in at $2,990.

What Do These Figures Mean?

Different areas possess a variety of risk factors. Warmer climates aren’t likely to experience pipes bursting due to frost, and properties in landlocked states will never be vulnerable to coastal flooding. The average is easily interpreted by which risk factors are most prevalent in each state. Depending on where you live, the steps you take to protect your home from water damage may be slightly different. There’s no use in hurricane-proofing a home in Nevada, or frost-proofing a home in Arizona.

How You Can Reduce or Eliminate Water Damage Risks

Even if you feel as though you’d be able to manage paying restoration costs out of pocket, it’s not worth allowing things to escalate to that point. Knowing what to look for and taking steps to reduce potential damage will pay off in the long run. Not only will you have a safer home, but you’ll avoid dealing with the complexities of resolving a disaster.

If you have water damage, call Restoration Local 24/7 at 1-888-443-3110 for a free estimate!

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