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Avoiding a Leaking Basement in the Winter

Winter can be hard on your foundation and your basement. During the fall, rain and flurries can make the soil moist, causing it to expand and put pressure on your foundation. This can cause cracking. Any rain or melting snow can leak through these cracks, leaving puddles in your basement. In the winter, the soil

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Common Problem: Mold & Mildew

Seeing mold and mildew in your basement or crawl space can be worrying. Not only is it a sign of water damage, it can be a health problem for anyone living in the home. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to just clean up the mold & mildew. Without fixing the root of the problem, the mold

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The Solution for Unsightly Crack Repairs

A frequent comment I hear from clients is the way crack repairs look after completion. They see the smeared on epoxy bonder with unsightly injection ports leave the repair looking messy. We see it too! While the products we use offer a Lifetime Warranty and we know they work, I agree that the final product

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Floor Cracks Can Be Repaired

Basement and garage floor cracks: a lot of companies say they are cosmetic in nature and should be left alone. Since we all know concrete cracks can be quite the problem, sometimes just leaving them alone is not good enough.  There are plenty of solutions available to reliably and professionally repair cracks. In the case

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Common Problem: Seepage

A common problem we see in our service area is seepage in basement walls and concrete floors. As soil expands around your foundation, cracks will form. This foundation damage can create leaks the bring moisture into your basement or crawlspace. The pressure the builds up on foundation walls caused by excess water in the soil is

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