• September 18, 2017
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    How To Tell If Your Home Has Foundation Issues

    No matter how beautiful your home may be, it will only ever be as strong as its foundation and footings below. There are a number of issues which may occur with foundations, from water seeping in through cracks to walls bowing or crumbling. One of the more severe issues that could have detrimental effects on your

    • September 14, 2017
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    Sump Pump Maintenance

    As the weather is starting to change and we are heading into the cooler months, perhaps your thoughts are turning to your fall decorations. It’s typical to store them either in the attic or your basement. The investment in fall or any holiday decorations may not seem like much at one time, however, over the

    • September 10, 2017
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    Every Home Should Have A Sump Pump

    There are many items vying for your hard-earned dollars each day. "Must-have necessities" such as a big-screen, smart televisions, appliances that tell you when they need service and other high-tech gadgets capture your attention and provide short-term gratification for a job well done. Unfortunately, the appliance you really should pay attention to is often overlooked
    • September 7, 2017
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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

    • September 5, 2017
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    Fall Foundation Checklist

    A basement often acts as a valuable extension to the rest of your home. Whether you use it for extra living space or simply for storage, regular season-specific upkeep is essential for protecting your home. As fall arrives, consider making a checklist of cold weather preparation tasks to help protect both your family and your

    • August 29, 2017
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    Why Do I Have Sunken Concrete?

    What caused your concrete slab to sink? (The concrete we are referring to include sidewalks, driveways, patio slabs, pool decks, and even some home foundations.) Most concrete slabs are free floating which means they rest on the soil beneath them. If you take away soil, your slab will move. It’s that simple. Family Waterproofing Solutions

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