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How Many Years Does A Sump Pump Last?

A sump pump doesn’t last forever. This important part of your drainage system has an average life expectancy of about 10 years. When you notice that your pump is acting up, it could be time for a replacement.

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Does Insurance Cover Flooded Basements?

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Insurance can give you peace of mind in case something bad happens to your home. This peace only comes if the insurance actually pays out what you’re owed. Are you sure that your policy will come through when your basement floods?  Most home insurance policies don’t include flood insurance at all unless you specifically have…

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How Does Basement Waterproofing Paint Work?

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Does your basement feel musty, damp, and are puddles forming on the floor? The cause is often water seeping directly through the concrete foundation. While it looks impermeable, concrete is very porous and can let water in even if there are no other weaknesses. One way to prevent this is to paint the walls with…

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Do Uneven Floors Mean Foundation Problems?

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Uneven or sloped flooring is rarely a sign that there’s just a problem with the floor. It’s a better indication that settling or shifting of the foundation is going on beneath the flooring. If you notice a slope developing, your first call should be to a foundation expert!

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Can The Seller Of A Home Refuse To Make Drainage Repairs?

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Getting a home inspection is one of the wisest decisions a potential home buyer could make. An inspector can find hard-to-see weaknesses in the home’s structure, including those related to water damage and drainage problems.  Some sellers have a “take it or leave it” philosophy when it comes to damage found in an inspection, even…

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Can You Waterproof A Basement Only From The Inside?

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Some homeowners believe that basements only need to be waterproofed from the inside. They assume that by making the walls tight when finishing the basement, they won’t have to worry about any leakage or drainage problems. This misguided thinking can lead to many problems that extend far beyond just the basement!

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Why Do Sump Pumps Fail?

The sump pump is an important part of a home’s drainage system. Sitting at the lowest part of the foundation, the sump pump gets rid of excess water that can flow around your foundation and basement flooring through the French or perimeter drains. It’s often the final step in stopping water from leaching into your…

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3 Ways To Improve Backyard Drainage

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Many people find themselves facing backyard drainage issues. Do you have to deal with unwanted water during rainy weather? Pools of standing water on the lawn make many yards virtually unusable every year, and it’s not desirable when the weather actually improves and you want to enjoy it. These puddles can also do serious damage…

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Should You Put Rocks In Your Window Well?

The window well is an important part of the drainage system that protects your basement from moisture leakage. It’s especially important because windows are a common weak point for foundations, and  the barrier around them can wear down over time.  On many, typically older homes, these window wells are defined by a metal or plastic…

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The Best Way To Pump Standing Water From Your Yard

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Standing water in your yard is a sign of poor drainage, but before you can correct the problem, you need to get that water out of there. You should try to pump any standing water as soon as possible, because leaving it will ruin your lawn, attract mosquitoes, and even affect your foundation if the…

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