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    • March 11, 2019
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    Spring Checklist

    The beginning of warmer weather brings with it many chores – some cosmetic (like cutting the grass and pulling weeds), and some more practical (like cleaning the gutters and changing the screens on your windows). When it comes to spring cleaning, we encourage homeowners to focus on function over fashion and ensure that their home

    • March 5, 2019
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    4 Facts About Wet Basements

    There are a lot of misconceptions out there about leaky basements and foundation damage. Some people think it’s not really a big deal, and others believe that foundation repair means you need an entirely new foundation (it doesn’t). There are, however, some incredibly sobering facts about your basement and home’s health and how water damage can

    • February 25, 2019
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    Sump Pump Maintenance Guide

    When a severe storm hits, homeowners may experience excess water in their basements or the lower levels of their home. A sump pump is an important tool that can help protect your property by controlling water and keeping your home dry. Sump pumps are typically found in the lowest part of a house, such as

    • February 18, 2019
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    Exterior Crack Repair Process

    Exterior crack repairs are a great way to stop the leak before it can even get into the crack. This method saves the homeowner the expense of having to remove a finished wall or heavy obstructions. The application requires a six-step process of both exterior membrane and an expansive clay (sodium bentonite), that leaves a

    • February 14, 2019
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    Crawlspace Encapsulation Benefits

    Crawlspaces are typically vented to remove moisture through evaporation—groundwater, rainwater, and condensate enter the crawlspace and, under the right conditions, eventually dry and waft out the vents. It’s a fairly effective way to deal with a part of the house that is prone to dampness. However, vented crawlspaces are also a liability, as they allow

    • February 12, 2019
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    Window Well Covers 101

    Normally, basement leaks are attributable to foundation cracks and other points of entry for water through foundation walls. To a lesser extent, wet basements result from poor window well drainage; unfortunately, when a basement leak is the result of a poorly draining window well, a significant amount of water can enter into a basement very rapidly. WINDOW

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