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Old 01-12-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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We got a call from a client that a toilet overflowed. Apparently they called it when there was an inch of water on the floor. They cleaned it up. The next day they notice the stain. They have textured ceilings. I really don't want to go in and start poking around because I don't want to lose the ceiling. What do you guys recommend? Thank you in advance

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Why would they call a painter for water damage? Tell them you will be out to bid when its mediated.
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