Archive for the ‘Basement Repairs’ Category

Eliminate Residual Moisture After Burst Pipes or Plumbing Failures

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
Basements house all kinds of water supplies, pipes, and appliances that make them extremely vulnerable to flooding. Burst pipes and plumbing leaks can cause a ton of damage to a basement. But pumping out the excess water and repairing the leaky pipe is only the first step to a completely… Read More »

Prevent Toxic Mold from Invading Your Home

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Did you know that breathing in mold spores can be toxic to your body? Inhaling large quantities of mold spores can lead to severe breathing problems, such as asthma, respiratory infections, severe allergies and even toxicity in the body. Prolonged exposure to these toxins will lead to illnesses; which, if… Read More »

Your Crawl Space Can Have an Impact on Your Health

Monday, April 22nd, 2013
Some homeowners don’t realize how important the crawl space beneath their home is in regards to their family’s health and the energy efficiency of their home. A lot of us actually forget it’s there until that damp musty smell starts to invade the rest of the home. Most homeowners would… Read More »

Leaking Basements

Friday, April 5th, 2013
Even though they are in an enclosed room that lies beneath the ground, basements are still extremely susceptible to water intrusion. This type of environment can result in mold, mildew and may even be the results of severe structural damage to the home.  That’s why it’s very important for every… Read More »

Basement Moisture Control

Friday, March 15th, 2013
Moisture is never a good thing inside of a home. This is especially true of your home’s basement. While water can invade numerous areas of a home, the basement is the most likely to retain water or moisture without your knowledge. Moisture in this area of a home will not… Read More »