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Assessing Drainage Problems

Whether an internal or external drainage system has failed, or natural soil drainage is excessive, there will be signs of water damage. It is important to contact a basement and foundation repair expert as soon as you notice waterproofing problems. However, there are...

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Why Are Your Walls Cracking?

The direction in which your basement walls are cracking depends on what specific problem is causing them. But no matter what the issue is, it is severe or potentially severe enough to require seeking assistance from a foundation and basement expert. It’s not just...

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How to Find the Right Waterproofing Plan for Your Home

Having a plan to waterproof your home’s foundation and basement isn’t just beneficial after water leaks in, but it’s also good to have if you live in areas prone to heavy rain, flooding, or snow. If you live in a geographical area that has a high water table,...

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Fixing a Drafty Window or Door

Have you started noticing that as you approach your front door during the winter, the air around you feels colder than if you were standing in the middle of a bedroom? This might be because of a gap between the door and the jamb. Window gaps between the pane and sill...

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How to Make a Downspout Extension in 4 Easy Steps

Gutters help keep rain runoff from dripping directly along your home’s foundation walls, but without a downspout extension, water still pools at the corners. Ideally, your foundation was constructed so well that nothing can penetrate it. Realistically, that’s likely...

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Prevent Mold During Healthy Lung Month in October

No homeowner wants to see mold — whether it’s on the leftovers in the fridge or the walls and ceilings of your basement. October is national Healthy Lung Month, which means there is no better time to start thinking about the quality of the air that you and your family...

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