Three Signs Of Foundation Issues

19 November 2018
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The foundation of your home provides a solid base for the rest of your property. However, environmental factors and the normal process of settling due to the weight of your home can cause your foundation to shift over time. Too much shifting can actually cause your foundation to crack and break. It can also cause your foundation to sink deeply into the ground. Both of these outcomes can cause a number of problems for your home, so it is important to understand some of the clearest warning signs of foundation issues. Read More 

Weather-Related Flooding: It’s Equally Dangerous

26 October 2018
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All floods are dangerous. While people often think about the dangers that might come from a flood caused by a sewage backup, standing water caused by heavy rains is equally troublesome. If your home has been exposed to standing flood waters, it's critical you know the risks that are involved so that you understand the importance of taking the matter seriously. Structural Concerns Water is calming, but water is forceful and has the potential to be highly damaging. Read More 

Why You Should Schedule Replacing Your Old Roof Before It Develops Problems

24 September 2018
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Asphalt roofs don't last forever. Even if they aren't damaged by a storm or raccoons, old age will take its toll eventually. The granules shed as the roof ages, and exposure to wind, rain, and UV rays will gradually wear the shingles down. Knowing this, it's best to plan for a roof replacement before your roof is so old and worn out that it leaks. Here are some reasons to schedule a roof replacement well before problems develop. Read More 

Four Ways To Tell If Your Crawlspace Has A Moisture Problem

26 January 2017
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It can be relatively easy to gauge whether your basement has a moisture problem. You might see puddles, wet marks, mineral deposits, or streaks down the walls. However, when your moisture issue stems from your crawlspace, the problem can be much more difficult to detect.  Left unchecked, however, dampness in your crawlspace can be an open invitation for moisture-loving insects like termites that can compromise the integrity of your entire structure. Read More 

4 Mistakes To Avoid After A Broken Pipe Causes A Flood In Your Home

8 December 2016
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The last thing a homeowner wants is to walk into their home to discover that a pipe has burst and flooded an area of the house. A flood inside your home can cause a lot of damage, and how you react can determine the extent of the damage and how much you will have to pay in the long run to make repairs and restore your home to its previous state. Read More