2 FAQs on Basement Waterproofing

Posted on: 28 December 2016

A leaking, wet or humid basement can be a major cause of mold growth, compromising the health of your family. Leaky basements can also compromise the structure of your home's foundation and lead to the damage of items stored in your basement. There are a multitude of reasons why basements leak, including poor sealant on the outside walls and cracks on the basement floor and walls that let water seep in.
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4 Tips For Preventing Sewer Main Problems

Posted on: 21 December 2016

If your home is on a municipal sewer system, there is a large pipe called a sewer main connecting your house to the actual sewer. It is essential for this pipe to remain unclogged and in good repair in order for the waste from your home to be properly removed to the sewer. Use the following tips to help ensure that you do not encounter problems with your sewer main:
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Furnace Noises: What Could They Mean?

Posted on: 20 December 2016

With the cold season underway, now would be a good time to give your furnace a closer look. An inspection by a qualified contractor can help minimize the possibility of fuel inefficiency, malfunctions and insufficient heating in the dead of winter, ensuring your home stays comfy and your energy bills remain reasonable. A visual inspection is always great, but sometimes, you don't need a closer look to know there is a problem.
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3 Steps To Take If You Experience A Plumbing Leak In Your Home

Posted on: 25 November 2015

Plumbing leaks can occur at any time and with any pipe in your house. When this happens, you might instantly panic and not know what to do. There may be nothing you can do to stop the damage that is already done, but there are several things you should do to stop any more damage from occurring. Here are three tips to help you take the right steps if you experience a major plumbing leak in your house.
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