Posts Tagged ‘basement flood’

Basement Flooding and Faulty Plumbing

Monday, February 4th, 2013
Have you ever walked into your basement to find that there has been a major leak and flooding only to discover it is due to faulty plumbing? Ever wonder if there is someone out there who can help to fix and restore your property? Basement flooding due to plumbing failure… Read More »

Recovering from a Basement Flood

Friday, April 27th, 2012
One day, you go down in the basement after a heavy rain and find it under water. Your possessions soaking or drifting in the pool it now became. You look at the picture with a mix of disbelief and dismay. It might take a minute before you become overwhelmed by… Read More »

Flood Prevention: Troubleshooting Your Sump Pump.

Thursday, March 29th, 2012
Tips to detect and prevent sump pump failures. Sump pumps are the homeowner’s first line of defense against basement flood. This article lists some simple steps that will help you make sure that your sump pump is able to handle the job when you need it most. by Cynthia Freeney… Read More »

Basement Flooding — More Than “Once In A Lifetime”!

Monday, December 19th, 2011
by Jacques Bouchard Homeowners can go years without using their battery backup sump pump system. But, as is being discovered in the Northeast these past few months, when you DO need a battery backup — you really need it! Between Hurricane Irene last August and the freak snowstorm that knocked… Read More »

Repairing Flood Damaged Drywall

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011
It’s been a rough winter for Connecticut residents. One of the harshest in recorded history. We had an unprecedented amount of snow accumulation causing roofs, buildings and fixtures to cave in. The situation was so serious that on 03/ 03/2011 the Federal Government declared Connecticut a Major Disaster area, making… Read More »