Posts Tagged ‘damp basement’

Basement Systems on Connecticut Style

Monday, June 25th, 2012
Dan Fitzgerald marketing director at Basement Systems was recently feature on the Connecticut Style TV Show. In this segment, aired on 6/21/2012 on WTNH – CT News Channel 8, Dan speaks about summer humidity and the problems it causes. He also speaks about the company’s powerful and energy-efficient SaniDry dehumidifier,… Read More »

Basement Flood: When Mother Nature is Not to Blame

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
When we think basement flooding, the first thing that comes to mind are torrential downpours, summer storms with thunder and lightning,  knocking down trees and  power lines. Some of us, usually the ones with chronically damp basements, might even think snow melt. Very few take into consideration that Mother Nature… Read More »

Yard Drainage Solutions

Monday, May 2nd, 2011
Many basement leak problems can be prevented or, at least helped, with simple and inexpensive measures. First, make sure that the soil around the foundation is properly graded. It should slope away from the walls. If you have concrete sidewalks, a driveway make sure they too are diverting the water… Read More »

Can You Afford a Wet Basement?

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
  A Wet Basement can be a huge financial burden Your Wet Basement May Be Costing You More Money Than You Would Pay to Have it Fixed Your basement is unsightly, unpleasant, and uncomfortable. It is dark, dingy and smells horribly. However, since you only use it to store some… Read More »

You Breathe Basement Air!

Monday, March 24th, 2008
Do you or someone in your family suffer from asthma or allergies? Your basement could be contributing to allergy symptoms or even causing asthma in some cases. A “stack effect” exchange of air occurs in your home. This means that new air replaces the warm air that rises and escapes… Read More »