Myths About Waterproofing Your Home

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Water damage is a serious and common issue that will impact countless homes every year. Myths and incorrect assumptions about waterproofing services can put homeowners at a risk of failing to effectively protect their homes from this type of damage. Myth: Only The Exterior Of The Home Needs To Be Waterproofed The exterior of the home will be one of the more common areas of the property to waterproof. However, it should be noted that there are interior areas of the home that may be prone to suffering water damage.…

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Commercial Roof: Repair Or Replace?

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If your business is like many commercial buildings, it likely has a flat roof. Although these roofs are relatively durable, they will need to be repaired or replaced eventually. When it comes to most flat roof designs, there are two options: recover or full replacement. The following can help you determine which is the best choice for your building. Is there damage to the underlying structure? The underlying structure of the roof – underlayment, sheathing, and trussing – is the true determiner on whether you need a full new roof or not.…

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Signs You Need to Waterproof Your Basement

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Your basement’s biggest threat is water damage. Because basements are located below ground, they are susceptible to flooding and are likely the first place that plumbing damage and mold growth will manifest. Basement waterproofing can prevent water from entering and damaging your basement, and there are a few clear signs that can indicate to you if you are in need of having such waterproofing installed.  Bad Odors If you notice a musty, earthy odor in your basement, especially if it occurs with greater intensity after it rains or when the temperature increases, you may want to look into basement waterproofing.…

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