Important Elements Of Basement Waterproofing That Increase The Value Of Your Home Milwaukee, WI

By |2021-09-17T11:00:14-05:00September 12th, 2021|basement waterproofing, bowed basement walls, foundation repair, Foundation Waterproofing, Indoor Air Quality, Sump Pump, Waterproofing|

Important Elements Of Basement Waterproofing That Increase The Value Of Your Home Milwaukee, WI Do you plan to sell your home in the future? You may be thinking of home improvement projects that can help to increase the value of your home. Hopefully, basement waterproofing will have made it on your list. Waterproofing your basement

Egress Windows: Important Details You Need to Know Milwaukee, WI

By |2021-06-22T09:39:20-05:00April 28th, 2021|Basement repair, basement waterproofing, Cracks, Egress windows, foundation repair, Indoor Air Quality, Sump Pump, Waterproofing|

Egress Windows: Important Details You Need to Know Milwaukee, WI If you are building a new house or remodeling your old house, you need to consider installing one or more egress windows in the basement or other areas where windows are necessary. The law requires homeowners and contractors to ensure that the houses that they

How to Fix Your Sloping Floors Saint Francis, WI

By |2021-06-22T09:40:42-05:00February 25th, 2021|Cracks, Crawl space, Egress windows, Foundation, foundation repair, Sump Pump, Wall rebuilds and repair, Wall Reinforcement, Waterproofing|

How To Fix Your Sloping Floors Saint Francis, WI Does your home have sloping floors? Uneven floors are often much more than a cosmetic problem. They are often a sign of a foundation problem. Overlooking sloping floors can result in serious structural damage to your home. Addressing the issue as soon as you notice it

Prevention is Key in Keeping a Basement Dry

By |2016-10-19T11:47:18-05:00October 6th, 2014|Drainage, Sump Pump, Waterproofing|

A dry basement is great for potential space in a home and reducing airborne allergens associated with mold and mildew. Most problems occur due to poor grading and water seepage. Installing a sump pump and identifying the source of water seepage is the first task for good water management. Here is an overview of the

Installing a Basement Sump Pump

By |2016-03-02T11:25:49-06:00May 1st, 2014|Drainage, Sump Pump|

Water buildup in the basement is a fairly common problem. Sometimes disaster strikes and the home is inundated with water. Usually, however, the problem is a slow drip-drip of seepage, perhaps entering via cracks in the foundation. If too much water collects around the foundation, the homeowner may suffer thousands of dollars in damage. The

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