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    • December 7, 2020
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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 homes. 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

    • December 7, 2020
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    Window Well Covers 101

    Normally, basement leaks are attributed 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

    • November 30, 2020
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    Facts about Bowing Walls

    You may have noticed that the walls in your basement are bulging and bowing inward.  This is a common problem with potentially serious consequences.  Bowing basement walls are a sure sign that they are becoming weak.  If ignored, bowing walls can lead to cracks, crumbling, collapse and even threaten the structural integrity of your entire

    • November 30, 2020
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    Common Foundation Problems in the Winter That Require Repair

    Winter will be here in no time, that means snow, ice and sleet will be everywhere we look. Snow can wreak havoc on our roofs, siding, and foundation. Because no one wants a wet basement, here are some basic warning signs that you are suffering from water damage to your foundation, and how to prevent

    • November 23, 2020
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    Types of Foundation Cracks

    Discovering a crack in the foundation of your home can be unsettling, as this could represent extensive damage to your home’s foundation, which could mean costly repairs. However, if you have discovered a crack in your foundation you may be wondering if all foundation cracks are the same, or if certain cracks should be more cause for concern than others. The fact is

    • November 16, 2020
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    Crawlspace Encapsulation Facts

    Although not part of the living or occupied area, a crawlspace is one of the more important areas of a building, yet one of the most neglected and misunderstood areas. Actually, it has a profound impact on the air quality in the occupied area of the building because of the stack effect. As air warms

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