Your Crawl Space Can Have an Impact on Your Health

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 »

Foundation Cracks Can Create a Real Mess

April 17th, 2013
Have you ever noticed a small crack in one of your windows, only to realize that in no time at all, it’s a huge crack, all the way across, with water that leaks through when it rains? If only you could have had that small crack fixed when it first… Read More »

Maintaining Your Investment

April 16th, 2013
So, your job is done…you called the professionals to come in and fix the foundation cracks and the sagging floors, and now you are done, right? Many homeowners go through the painstaking trouble of searching for the right person to do their home repairs. They search and search, and even… Read More »

Humidity Control and Your Crawl Space

April 5th, 2013
One of the most challenging things for a homeowner is keeping their crawlspace dry and odor-free. A lot of crawlspaces are left unfinished with bare dirt floors and exposed walls. More often than not, these areas are left with no heating or cooling source, which can lead to moisture problems.… Read More »

Leaking Basements

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 »