Installation Tips To Help You Waterproof And Protect Your Home's Basement Interior Space

Posted on: 10 September 2018
Water leaks or excess moisture are never a good sign in your home, especially in your basement. Water leaks usually mean a plumbing leak or an exterior moisture intrusion. When the outside soil moisture level causes an increase of dampness or leaks in your basement, you will need to remedy the problem as soon as possible. Here are some ideas you can implement in your home to keep its basement dry and free of moisture coming into the foundation.
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It's That Time Again: How To Prepare For Hurricane Season

Posted on: 25 July 2018
With hurricane season in full swing, now's the time to make sure you're prepared for the next one that rolls through. After all, you never know when a serious F4 or F5 hurricane is going to come through. The last thing you want is to be caught off-guard. If you're not sure what you should take to get your home, and yourself, prepared for the next hurricane, here are some steps to help get you started.
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3 Items To Avoid Putting Down The Garbage Disposal

Posted on: 15 June 2018
Your garbage disposal is one of the most important plumbing installations in your kitchen, as it allows you to eliminate organic waste without causing drain clogs that can disrupt your everyday schedule. However, while garbage disposals are extremely durable and are designed to handle a wide range of different materials, there are a handful of items that you should avoid putting down the disposal to prevent damaging the disposal itself or causing clogs or plumbing issues.
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3 Reasons To Add A Ceiling Fan In Your Kitchen

Posted on: 16 March 2018
A ceiling fan might not be the top fixture that you think about when you're considering kitchen remodeling, but this is something that your remodeling contractor can install with relative ease. Because of its overhead lights, the kitchen already has electricity running through the ceiling; this means that your contractor can mount the fan where you want it, connect its wires, and you'll soon enjoy the look and cool breeze that it provides.
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