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Posts Tagged ‘local waterproofing’

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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The Different Types Of Epoxy Paste And Crack Filler

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Repairing vertical or horizontal cracks in your foundation walls, whether they’re inside your basement or on the outer wall, requires a material that is resistant to sagging and designed to hold up against pressure. It has to have excellent adhesion not just to the concrete, but all kinds of masonry, and even wood and metal.…

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Homes At The Bottom Of A Hill: How We Re-route Water Away

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Spring runoff is a frustrating yet always reliable presence for a home located at the base of a slope. It’s not just the surface water you should be concerned with, though that can bring a lot of unwanted soil and plant matter, too; the subsurface water, that moisture flowing beneath the ground, can wreak havoc…

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What You Can Do Now To Prevent Leaks In Spring

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Basement and foundation maintenance isn’t just a warm-weather task. There’s so much you can do in winter to stop major water damage brought when the snow melts and the rain starts. Preventing leaks in the springtime means catching foundation and basement weaknesses before moisture seepage has a chance to make them worse!

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How To Prep Your Basement Avoid Leaks With The Spring Thaw

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Homeowners know that spring can bring out the worst in their basement. Many simply deal with the mess that comes with melting snow, because they think as long as it’s not affecting their belongings and only a little moisture is getting in, what’s the harm? Unfortunately, any water getting through your foundation walls and into…

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How To Deal With Water In Your Crawl Space

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Water in your crawl space is a pain to get rid of, but you shouldn’t sit on it, even if it’s only a tiny bit of moisture. While finding crawl space solutions might seem like a lot of work, the problems will only get worse if any amount of water is allowed to fester. Soggy…

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Waterproofing High-Risk Homes

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Waterproofing can be easy when you’re in a great area. In a place with the right soil, the right gradient, and the right landscaping, waterproofing can be a breeze, because you don’t need more than the basics! But not everyone lives in a home in an optimal area.

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Why Choose a Local Waterproofing Contractor?

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  Let’s say you’ve moved to London, Ontario. You’ve memorized the street names and patterns, the selection of local pizza and Chinese food places, and checked how far you are from schools and parks. You’re well on your way to getting to know your neighbors and becoming a member of the community!

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