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During college, I lived in a small, old house. My roommates and I loved it's cozy charm and, for the most part, didn't have any problems. However, one day, we noticed that the carpet in one of the bedrooms was wet--and it couldn't be dried. When we called our landlady and the repairman, they discovered that the shower not only needed to be re-caulked, but there was mold everywhere under the carpet. We had to move out for two weeks while they fixed the problem. Soon, thanks to the contractor (the likes of whom you can read about), we were back at home.

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2 Of The Best Roofing Materials For Homes With Low-Slope Roofs
12 December 2019

With so many different materials to choose from, c

Interior Vs. Exterior Waterproofing
7 November 2019

If you own a home, your biggest goal is to maintai

Don't Wait Until It's Too Late: How To Waterproof Your Basement
3 October 2019

Winter is almost here. If you have a basement, now

What's Wrong With The Well? Well, Don't Wait To See!
22 August 2019

When something is wrong with your well, you need t

Hire An Electrician To Make Various Lighting Additions To Your Property
30 May 2019

When you looked at your house while it was on the

2 Of The Best Roofing Materials For Homes With Low-Slope Roofs

With so many different materials to choose from, choosing the right roofing material to shelter your home can be a complicated matter, and there are lots of factors to consider when choosing the right material for your home's specific needs. Finding the right roofing material for your home can be particularly challenging if your home has a low-pitch roof. A roof with a low slope or pitch performs quite differently than a more conventional, high-sloped roof, especially during wet and windy weather, and choosing the wrong material for a low-slope roof can cause leaks and serious structural issues in your attic or roof cavity. Read More 

Interior Vs. Exterior Waterproofing

If you own a home, your biggest goal is to maintain your home so that you do not have to make a huge financial investment later on. After all, your home is your sanctuary. Waterproofing is one way in which you might try to protect your home, especially if you live somewhere with snow, rain, and sleet. Of course, you also have to pick between exterior and interior waterproofing. Which is better? Read More 

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late: How To Waterproof Your Basement

Winter is almost here. If you have a basement, now's the time to make sure it's protected against winter flooding. A flooded basement can destroy your entire home, especially if the damage isn't cleaned up properly. Luckily, proper basement waterproofing can protect against winter floods. Here are some simple instructions to help you waterproof your basement.  Move Everything Off the Basement Floor When it comes to waterproofing your basement, the first thing you need to do is clear the floor, especially if it contains items that could be destroyed by flood waters. Read More 

What’s Wrong With The Well? Well, Don’t Wait To See!

When something is wrong with your well, you need to find out what. You need to know what it is so that it can be repaired, and you can continue to get all the water your home needs. Call a water well system repair services company, preferably sooner than later. What could be wrong could be something more serious than you thought, like any of the following issues: Well Is Running Dry Read More 

Hire An Electrician To Make Various Lighting Additions To Your Property

When you looked at your house while it was on the market, you may have been impressed with the lighting from the photos and during the tour. But since moving into the home, you may not feel like the lighting is ideal for what your family wants and needs. This may even extend to the outdoors where you would love to improve the lighting throughout the front yard and backyard. Read More