Three Tips For Waterproofing Your Basement

Posted on: 2 July 2017

If you live in an area that gets a lot of rain, or if you have to contend with snow melting off of your roof, then you need to take steps to waterproof your basement. Don't wait for signs of moisture inside your home. Instead, be proactive, make an inspection to see if you have problems in your home with waterproofing, and deal with problems before they start. Don't Leave Downspouts in Doubt
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Two Reasons Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Waterproof Your Basement

Posted on: 14 February 2017

The basement is a part of the house that can be quite easy to ignore.  This is especially true if it's unfinished since that makes it even more convenient to avoid going down there.  However, although you may think that your basement is an insignificant part of your home, it could actually be much more important than you think.  There could be tiny cracks in the walls of your basement that are affecting the way things operate in your home.
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Learn What To Expect If You Need To Have Your Hot Water Heater Replaced

Posted on: 7 February 2017

When the water heater in your home stops working properly, it can be hard to know what to do as a homeowner beyond calling a professional. You will more than likely need to get it replaced if it cannot be repaired. If you find out that your water heater needs to be replaced, use the following guide to know what to expect to ensure that the process goes as simply as possible.
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When A Tree Occupies Two Properties: Your Tree Responsibilities

Posted on: 6 February 2017

There comes a time in the life of many property owners when they discover that a tree that was planted on the property line by former residents has overgrown its boundaries. The tree could be mostly on your property, but planted by someone on an adjoining property, or it could be mostly on the neighbor's property, but planted by previous owners of your abode. When the tree appears to be a nuisance to either you or the neighbors, who is supposed to take care of it?
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