Avoid Major Repairs with Proper Grading

Avoid Major Repairs with Proper Grading

Avoid Major Repairs with Proper Grading

Major foundation repairs can be daunting. The price tag is often not easy to handle, either. Luckily there are ways to avoid major repairs. We suggest maintaining your gutters and downspouts. Clean out gutters every six months or so and make sure your downspouts are in working order and direct water at least ten feet […]

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April Showers Bring…Foundation Issues?

April Showers Bring…Foundation Issues?

While we all appreciate the rain in spring because it helps everything green up and grow, there are also a lot of reasons we don’t like it. Sporting events get canceled, we can’t go outside, getting rained on if you go out – these are all things that can be annoying about the spring rain. […]

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Protect your Home: Gutters & Ground Spouts

Protect your Home: Gutters & Ground Spouts

Rain gutters and ground spouts, when used correctly, can help protect your home’s foundation. However if it is poorly maintained or incorrectly directed, a gutter system can leave your home on unsettled ground. Water is your foundation’s biggest enemy. Your home’s gutter system is designed to capture water as it runs off your roof, either […]

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Do Not Weep: Understanding the Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure on Your Home

Do Not Weep: Understanding the Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure on Your Home

How Hydrostatic Pressure Can Harm Your Basement or Crawlspace You may have never even heard the term “Hydrostatic Pressure”. In our daily lives, we do not often think about technical terms, much less understand them! However, hydrostatic pressure could at this very moment be affecting your home. Even worse, it could be damaging your basement […]

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Common Symptom: Basement Mold & Mildew

Common Symptom: Basement Mold & Mildew

Mold and mildew in your basement or crawlspace can lead to health issues for your family. Mold and mildew are a common problem that occurs in our area in basements and crawlspaces that have excess moisture. This can come from cracked basement walls where the cracks seep. If you have a finished basement this can […]

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