Water damage and flooding are different things. If you’ve had water from any place other than seeping up from the ground, that’s not considered flooding (check your policy for exact definitions). Still, houses in Gower, Missouri were not meant to be wet on the inside. The damage can be extensive. So if you have water damage from burst pipes, overflowed bathtubs, etc, you need to call Advocate Public Adjusters. The last thing you want to be is at the mercy of insurance adjusters who often are clueless on how to properly estimate water damage restoration.
Insurance adjusters rarely have the experience required to give thorough estimates for water damage repairs, even when they’re not trying to save the company money. On top of that, property owners often don’t even realize how much water damage there is. Water ruins drywall, insulation, plywood…and if it came from a toilet or waste line, it is considered category 3 water. You don’t just dry it off with a fan and call it good.