Are There Insects in Your Basement? You May Have a Moisture Problem!

By:    |   Published September 20, 2016

Unless you’re an insect enthusiast, you’re probably less than thrilled to find bugs in your basement. But those bugs could indicate that you have a bigger problem – a damp basement problem – and the only way to get rid of them is to get rid of the moisture that’s luring them in. read more

Frost Heave Can Lead to Foundation Failure

By:    |   Published January 29, 2016

Pothole season is coming, and while it may cause concern for your daily commute, it could also mean trouble for your home. The same freeze-thaw cycle that puts asphalt at risk can cause structural damage to your home’s foundation. Frost heaving – the term used for soil movement caused by the freeze-thaw cycle – can leave cracks in your basement walls and floor. If left unchecked, this problem could pave the way for water seepage. read more

Basement Party Ideas: Turn Your Basement into a Party Palace!

By:    |   Published December 28, 2015

Want to host a New Year’s Eve party at your house this year, but aren’t sure how to pull it off? The solution is right under your feet: your basement! Whether finished or unfinished, your basement is a goldmine of party possibilities if utilized properly and we’ve got 5 easy tips to help you plan basement party ideas so your guests have the best New Year’s Eve ever. read more

Top 5 Reasons You Should Get a Summertime Waterproofing Inspection

By:    |   Published August 24, 2015

Summer is the season for sun, fun, relaxing outdoors. The last thing on your mind is a basement inspection. Yet summer is the perfect time of year to have an inspection completed. We’ve got five great reasons why a summertime waterproofing service has its advantages. read more