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Categories Sump Pump

When Should I Replace My Sump Pump?

old rusty sump pump

Your sump pump is a critical component of your home’s waterproofing system, working tirelessly to keep your basement dry and prevent water damage. However, like all mechanical devices, sump pumps have a lifespan and may eventually require replacement. In this blog post, we’ll explore the key signs that indicate it’s time to consider sump pump replacement to ensure your basement stays protected.

Categories Flood

Do You Pass the Basement Flood Test? Find Out Now

graphic rain house flood

As a homeowner, safeguarding your basement against flooding should be a top priority. A flooded basement can result in extensive damage, costly repairs, and a host of headaches you’d rather avoid. But how prepared are you to prevent basement floods and mitigate their consequences? Let’s find out by asking ten critical questions to assess your flood readiness.

Categories Crawlspace

Why Unhealthy Crawl Spaces Cause Cold Floors

Man shivering in sweater at home

When the winter chill sets in, many homeowners experience the discomfort of cold floors. While this issue may seem perplexing, the root cause often lurks beneath your home – in your crawlspace.

In this blog post, we’ll explore how unhealthy crawlspaces can lead to cold floors and discuss the solution, crawlspace encapsulation, that can help you regain warmth and comfort in your home.

Categories Waterproofing

Interior vs. Exterior Waterproofing: Which is Best?

interior vs exterior waterproofing

Waterproofing your basement is a vital investment for any home. A leaky basement will lead to problems such as damaged building material, efflorescence on the walls, high humidity, and mould issues. These are big issues because the air that is in your basement is the air you breathe throughout your entire home.

But which method of basement waterproofing is best? Interior or Exterior? We’re going to walk through the pros and cons of each so that you can decide which solution will be best for your home.