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Is Your Wet Basement Caused By One Of These Common Issues?

Date May 27, 2022

Your living area typically has the opportunity to be doubled in size when you own a home with a dry basement. A completed basement—or even an unfinished yet dry basement—increases the value of your property. It also ensures that the structure and top levels stay in good shape with the help of basement waterproofing in Tennessee....

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What Should I Know About National Home Improvement Month?

Date May 12, 2022

May of 2002 brought in the formation of the month-long holiday, National Home Improvement Month. It was developed by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (or NARI) with the help of the U.S. Congress. The holiday is meant to spark more home improvement transformations, as well as help homeowners find contracting professionals more easily....

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Common Problems You Can Fix by Ordering Waterproofing Services

Date May 10, 2022

  The ability of residential and commercial buildings to stand the test of time depends on how well they are prepared for the factors that cause them to deteriorate. One very effective defense against these factors is a high-quality waterproofing system installation.    Having poorly installed or low-quality waterproofing is a recipe for future trouble....

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How Important Is A Battery Backup For My Sump Pump?

Date May 6, 2022

A battery backup for your sump pump is crucial for a number of reasons. These reasons include how important it is to prevent flooding in your home, why you should have one installed, and what to do if your pump fails. This purpose of this article is to answer all of your sump pump related...

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A Closer Look At The Anatomy Of A French Drain | Basement Masters

Date April 8, 2022

Professionally installed French Drains can be made to look like elegant additions to your yard after all the work is done. If working ideally, they should contribute to both improved drainage efforts and a more beautiful landscape on your home’s property. What lies underneath the top of your soil is more purposefully crafted than you...

Categories: Exterior Waterproofing

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Maryland Homeowner Receives Professional Basement Interior Waterproofing Services

Date March 10, 2022

A homeowner recently called into our Maryland location with some questions and concerns about an issue with water in their basement. It was entering into their basement from the foundation floor and, naturally, they wanted to find the source of the problem to put a stop to it. After answering some simple questions regarding the...

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Is Your Downspout Causing Water In Basement Walls?

Date March 2, 2022

One of the essential things you can do to safeguard the value of your house (and the conditions inside that affect your family’s health!) is to get water out of your basement and resolve the underlying problem or problems that are causing it to get inside. A damp basement not only feels and smells bad,...

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Create A Waterproofing System Maintenance Plan For Long Lasting Results

Date January 4, 2022

While proper waterproofing installation is the initial step in protecting your house from water leak damage, rising damp, and expensive heating expenses, preventative maintenance is equally critical. Having your structure waterproofed will not be adequate all by itself for securing your property and your finances.  You must ensure that your waterproofing and insulation systems are...

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How and When to Best Perform Your Waterproofing Systems Maintenance

Date December 7, 2021

Regular maintenance of your waterproofing products is extremely important to prevent malfunction and to prolong their life. Some times of year, like winter or spring for example, create a lot of excess moisture for your home to have to deal with. Taking precautions during the more dry times to perform your waterproofing systems maintenance can...

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How Weather Can Affect Your Basement in Virginia

Date November 4, 2021

The state of Virginia has one of the most diverse climates in the whole United States. Virginia has five different regions with five different climates: Tidewater, Piedmont, Northern Virginia, Western Mountain, and the Southwestern Mountain regions. Some areas never really get temperatures down below zero, while there are some mountain areas that have bitter cold...

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