Know the Signs of Water in Basements to Keep Your Home Moisture Free!

By:    |   Published October 30, 2020

Whether you have a “Michigan” basement, a partially finished basement, or your basement if a fully finished completely functional living space it is important to know the signs of water in basements to keep your home moisture free and your foundation strong and solid for years to come. We’ll take a closer look at six of the signs of water in basement areas and how to address them. Knowing how to keep your basement dry is an important part of protecting your home’s foundation. read more

Common Basement Waterproofing Mistakes that Homeowners Make

By:    |   Published September 30, 2020

A dry basement is a healthy basement, and a healthy basement leads to a happy homeowner. Whether you’re a DIY pro or just a new homeowner who wants to avoid major problems in your home, make sure you know these common waterproofing mistakes to avoid. read more

Is Basement Waterproofing Worth It? Absolutely – Here’s Why!

By:    |   Published August 31, 2020

Owning a home comes with many expenses – some planned, some unplanned. When it comes to protecting your foundation, you may wonder “is basement waterproofing worth it” or should you gamble and wait to repair issues as they happen? read more

Common Sump Pump Failure Causes & How You Can Keep Your Home Dry

By:    |   Published July 31, 2020

Heavy rains can pour millions to billions of gallons of water in your area. All that water has to go somewhere, and it’s almost assuredly going to include your property. When water starts to reach your home, your sump pump kicks into action – pushing water out of the pit and away from your property. Sump pump failure happens often, and it leaves your home vulnerable to rapid intakes of water. read more

Do I Need to Waterproof My Basement?

By:    |   Published June 30, 2020

Owning a home comes with unfortunate risks. Fire damage, wind damage and water damage are all potential threats. While you can only take so many steps to avoid fire and wind threats, water damage is one area where you can truly be proactive. Many homeowners ask “do I need to waterproof my basement?”  read more

Common Sources of Moisture & Water in Basements

By:    |   Published May 29, 2020

The joys of being a homeowner can quickly turn sour when you have moisture problems. Between water damage costs and the risks of mold, you need to keep your basement dry! To diagnose your basement moisture issue, you should start by investigating for the most common sources of water in basement areas.   read more

Indoor Air Pollution Sources & Solutions to Help You Breathe Easy

By:    |   Published April 14, 2020

We all know pollution is something to avoid, but to many, it’s a concept that only applies to big cities and the outdoors. Indoor air pollution is a real problem – and it affects as many as half of the homes across the United States! As we spend more time in our homes, we may get the feeling of needing to step outside for fresh air or a resurgence in allergy symptoms like sneezing. These may be signs of pollutants in your home, reducing the air quality and affecting your long-term health! read more

What Is Concrete Honeycombing? How Do You Repair It?

By:    |   Published March 25, 2020

Beekeeping has become a popular hobby. However, even if you’re an avid apiarist, the only place you want to see honeycombing is in your beehives. If honeycombing is discovered in the concrete of your foundation or other areas made of cement, it’s called concrete honeycombing and is worth inspecting to determine the severity and the potential danger it may cause your home. read more

Grading Around House Foundation is the First Line of Defense Against Water

By:    |   Published February 20, 2020

Water. It is necessary for life. But there are times when it can feel like the enemy. When water is seeping, dripping or gushing into your basement, it is not your friend. So, how can you make sure to defend your home against uninvited moisture and stay on good terms with water when it comes to your foundation? Landscape grading around house foundation is the first line of defense against water and the damage it can cause. read more

Flooded Basement Cleanup Costs: The Risk of Not Waterproofing Your Foundation

By:    |   Published January 24, 2020

Whether it is heavy rains, spring thawing after deep winter snow, or even a plumbing fiasco, too much water can put you in the position of incurring flooded basement cleanup costs. Knowing that it is likely you will have to deal with excess water in your basement at some point is a good reason to invest in waterproofing your foundation. read more