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A burst pipe can create a host of issues for property owners, but not all water-damaged items must be replaced. (Photo: Amset)

Winter is the season of bursting pipes. Most claims professionals are probably familiar with the building damage that can occur in the event of water exposure, but some may not be aware of the options they have when it comes to resolving a loss with water-damaged electrical and mechanical equipment. This article gives tips and guidelines on how to safeguard against excessive costs arising from unnecessarily replacing water exposed equipment.

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