Understanding Flooded Basement Repairs
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Understanding Flooded Basement Repairs

Hi there, I'm Udon Pollack. I am passionate about protecting foundations from flood damage. The foundation is the only thing connecting the house to the ground. It keeps the home standing through heavy storms and small land shifts. Every once in a while, foundations will develop cracks that let water seep through the walls. As a result, the basement may flood during the next heavy storm. In addition, water coming through the cracks continues to weaken the foundation. Luckily, people can have their foundations sealed up by a professional to stop this harmful progression. I will teach everyone the basics of flooded basement repairs through this site. Everyone deserves to have a sturdy home set on a strong foundation and I'm here to help people understand how to accomplish that feat. Thanks for visiting my site. Come back soon.

Understanding Flooded Basement Repairs

Get Your Garage Door In Shape For The Warm Weather: 4 Maintenance Tips

Jackson Andrews

With warmer weather approaching, you're probably going to be in your garage more and more for projects or to get out bicycles and other play equipment. If your garage door isn't in the best shape, you're going to hear that squealing noise all too often and could also end up with some problems if you aren't taking care of your door. Read on for maintenance tips to get your garage door in shape.

Clean The Rollers

The rollers can build up with dirt and dust over time in your garage — no matter how clean you keep your garage. Clean the rollers by wiping them down and then using a lubricant made for garage doors. If you use anything that is too sticky, it'll only attract more dust and dirt — you'll end up with even more issues than you started with. Clean all of the rollers on the garage door, then clean all of the other moving parts the same way.

Tighten Screws/Bolts

Over time and with use, screws and bolts can loosen or shake out of place. Go over all of the screws and bolts and tighten them as needed. Once they are tightened, you also need to be sure your garage door is still level. If not, you may need to adjust the bolts/screws and use a rubber mallet to tap it into proper placement. Check the horizontal rails as well as the vertical rails. 

Inspect The Sensor

Most garage doors have a sensor that lets the door know when something is in the way so it won't open or close. Check that this sensor is clean and free of any blockages so the sensor will work properly. If you have little ones, you wouldn't want the garage door to close on them. With the sensor working properly, the sensor will tell the garage door that something (or someone) is in the way of the door. Use a soft cloth to clean the sensor of dust and debris.

Inspect The Springs

The springs on your door are an important part of your garage door. If these springs aren't in good shape, it can be dangerous. Don't attempt to repair the springs on your door. If they look like they need to be repaired, hire a professional to take a look at them and make the necessary repairs to them.

Your garage door is going to be used a lot in the upcoming months with warmer weather coming. If your door is in need of cleaning or repair, hire a professional from a company like Plano Overhead Garage Door to do the work for you.


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