Basement Waterproofing Baltimore | Crack Repair

So we all know concrete doesn’t last forever, right? This rule applies to many things: roads, sidewalks, stairs, The Sphynx… And your foundation walls are no exception! We should all know at this point that a crack is bound to appear on your foundation at one time or another. If you didn’t know, then here’s…

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Spring Basement Preparedness

Is your basement or crawl space equipped to handle the saturating Spring rains this year? Many homeowners simply wait until it’s too late to take action to protect there home from leaking. And who can blame ’em? Understandably, basement health is not on top of everyone’s to-do-list. (Read full article here)

5 Sump Pump Maintenance Tips

For homeowners with a history of water in their basement, there’s no doubt they’re very familiar with the sump pump. In a storm situation, the sump pump is often the last line of defense between you and a whole lot of water in your home. So why wouldn’t we go out of our way to…

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Grading Your Soil, A Quick Fix?

  When it comes to basement waterproofing, there are few quick fixes that can solve your basement waterproofing woes. You can’t caulk and concrete patch your way to a dry basement in most cases. Generally it comes down to one thing: controlling the flow of water. This will generally require the expertise of a professional…

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Basement Waterproofing Baltimore, Keeping Mold At Bay

Did you know mold is a living organism? Gross! If that’s not unsettling enough to get you to take action, consider this: toxic basement mold can impair your memory, weaken your immune system, and raise your risk of heart disease and cancer! (Read full article here)

Why Foundation Is Likely To Crack?

Winter is coming, and you’re probably no less concerned about your leaking foundation than you have been all Fall. You’ve been in your home long enough to know that your foundation doesn’t stop leaking in the winter. You see, only the top layers of the soil freeze in the winter months, leaving the warmer soil…

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