Mold in Flood Damaged Homes

Mold can often be seen in the form of discoloration, ranging from white to orange and from green to brown and black. Some types of mold are scentless and [more]

Dealing with Leaky Basements

About 50 percent of all homes have some kind of basement leak at one time or another. Some are easy fixes while others will require major construction [more]

Exterior Basement Waterproofing

Installing an exterior waterproofing system at the footer level is one option for waterproofing a basement. One such method of exterior basement [more]

Summer Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Basement Dry

Most people associate spring cleaning with taking clutter out of storage and getting rid of some winter clothes. We encourage people to think of spring [more]

Backwater Valve

A backwater valve is a device that can be installed in the main sewer line to prevent sewage in an overloaded sewer (known as surcharging) from backing [more]

Mold in Flood Damaged Homes

Mold can often be seen in the form of discoloration, ranging from white to orange and from green to brown and black. Some types of mold are scentless and others give off a musty or earthy kind of smell. Exposure to mold can cause health problems including nose and throat irritation, wheezing, cough, asthma attacks Read More…

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Dealing with Leaky Basements

About 50 percent of all homes have some kind of basement leak at one time or another. Some are easy fixes while others will require major construction efforts at an expensive cost. Basement water problems can take place in a home that is over 100 years old or one that is brand new. Leaks are Read More…

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Exterior Basement Waterproofing

Installing an exterior waterproofing system at the footer level is one option for waterproofing a basement. One such method of exterior basement waterproofing is through exterior excavation. The process requires that the home’s foundation be dug up. This creates a large hole around your property before which anything in the way must be removed including Read More…

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Summer Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Basement Dry

Most people associate spring cleaning with taking clutter out of storage and getting rid of some winter clothes. We encourage people to think of spring cleaning this year as a good time to make sure the things which are vital to keeping their basement and/or crawl space dry are in proper working order. The following Read More…

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Backwater Valve

A backwater valve is a device that can be installed in the main sewer line to prevent sewage in an overloaded sewer (known as surcharging) from backing up into your basement. The valve allows sewage to flow from your home to the sewer main during normal use. It will automatically close if sewage backs up Read More…

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Four Signs You Home Requires Waterproofing

For those of us who have had the unfortunate experience brought on by a flood, we have a shared understanding of the damage it can do to our properties and the high restoration costs involved. Taking proactive measures to ensure your home or commercial building is impervious to floods and leaks is always your best bet, but sometimes Read More…

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Eliminate Health Hazards from Your Home

Never assume that a water damaged house is safe. Going into a residence that has been flooded, even after the water is gone, can present a wide variety of health hazards that can cause several illnesses and allergic reactions. Do not allow children in a flooded home or while it is being cleaned, inspected or Read More…

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Basement Waterproofing

A poorly done waterproofing job can be dangerous. A leak in a basement, an underground computer room or an archive store could cost thousands of dollars in consequential damage. A properly insulated and protected basement can help keep your family safe and healthy, while keeping your heating bills lower. Waterproofing is especially important if you Read More…

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Hazards in Drain and Sewer Cleaning

Often when a drain is clogged, a client at first will attempt to de-clog the drain on their own. While some clients opt for the traditional plunger in an effort to de-clog and alleviate the problem, others resolve to more extreme methods such as inserting projectiles or pouring down chemical agents that harm pipes and Read More…

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Waterproofing Tile Installations

There is a common misconception that ceramic tiles have a waterproof function. Although tiles are unaffected by water this protection does not extend beyond the exposed surface of the tile. In the case of wall tiles that are used for extensively for tubs and showers, the water absorption of the tiles can be as great as Read More…

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