|Purple Dragon Knight|
I just had the joy of experiencing the aftermath of a partially flooded basement in the last 10 days, and let me tell you: water, even pure rain water, once it gets into a house (especially furniture/carpets) is somewhat fiendish in nature.
Is there something in Pathfinder Rules that covers such silly, unexpected damage such as water spilling everywhere indoors?
Here's my take on it so far:
Water damage [(Ex + Sp) x (Su)]^2: worse than hit point damage... cannot be healed until you move all your basement furniture out (at least 900 move actions at an encumbered reduced speed of 5ft) followed by a casting of "Remove Carpet, Mass". Then you must succeed a caster level check against Drying Resistance AND meanwhile your fan/dehumidifier/crowbar_the_heck_out_OF_ALL_WET_CRAP spell level must exceed wet concrete/rotten baseboard spell level, like Daylight vs. Darkness kinda thing.
After all that, if successful, you can now heal damage normally (i.e. fork over 1200 bucks to the carpet wizards as they cast "Fabricate New Carpet" upon your basement...)
In a moment of desperation I went to a wetcarpetmancer and almost gave him 350 bucks for him to cast "Animate Dead Carpet" a.k.a. Just Change the Wet Carpet Padding Bud You'll be Awright if Ye Keep Dee Olde Carpette... but Batman slapped me across the face and yelled "Do It Right, Fatass!"