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    • January 12, 2020
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    Tips on Basement Foundation Cracks

    The foundation walls and floor of your basement are built to support your house and to keep out the moisture that surrounds them. Their purpose is to keep your home dry and create a stable structure for you and your family. When foundation walls crack, it can cause moisture or harmful gases from the ground

    • January 12, 2020
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    Issues fixed by Crawlspace Encapsulation

    Whether you know it or not, crawlspaces are found under many different types of homes. Crawlspaces are especially common in rambler and split-level style homes, in historical properties, and under additions for sunrooms, kitchen expansions, and other home expansions. It is important to address issues in the crawl space as it can adversely affect the

    • January 5, 2020
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    Maintaining Your Sump Pump

    The sump pump is one of those appliances that you depend upon to be there when you need it. And the time you need a sump pump is when the heavy rains come. Some homes are located where water tables are high, have poorly draining soils or are prone to heavy rains. Other homes have

    • December 29, 2019
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    Don’t make these 9 common mistakes with your sump pump

    A sump pump is a pump that is used to remove water that has gathered into a sump basin designed to collect water, usually found in the basement of a home. There are a few ways the water may enter the sump pump: it enters by funneling into the pump through the designated perimeter drains

    • December 29, 2019
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    Foundation Problem Vs Settling

    Your home is your number one most valuable investment – so it makes sense that maintaining your home’s structural integrity is a high priority. When the structural integrity of a house has been compromised, a variety of unpleasant problems can occur. But how can you tell the difference between normal wear and a problem that

    • December 22, 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

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