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

  • Fall Protection: It Will Save Lives, But It Will Also Save You Money

    3 June 2015

    Each year in the Unites States, over 100,000 falls are reported. Falls are also the number one cause of workplace death. Common vocations particularly at risk for falls include forestry, fishing, and construction-based jobs. All of these occupations have minimum safety guidelines that employers, like yourself, should follow to protect your workers from fall-related injury. Not only will investing in fall protection training and equipment keep your workers safe, but it will keep your company financially safe as well.

  • 5 Common Piping Errors When Installing An Exterior Drain Tile

    14 May 2015

    Installing drain tile can be a fairly involved task, but it can prevent serious damage to your foundation. Below are five common errors people make when selecting or installing the pipe of their drain tile. Purchasing the Wrong Diameter of Pipe  Drain tile pipe is sold in a variety of diameters, with the most common being 4-inches. However, it is possible to find drainage pipe with a smaller diameter. You want to avoid these smaller diameters because they clog more easily.

  • New Roof Over Existing Roof: Three Reasons Your Small Business Doesn't Need It

    21 April 2015

    As a small business owner, cutting corners to keep costs down is probably second-nature. Every good business person knows that keeping overhead low helps pad your bottom line, making your company more profitable. There is one area, however, where opting for the cheapest fix isn't always such a good idea, and that's in your building's upkeep -- roofing especially. When it's time for a new roof, don't be tempted to have the new one installed directly on top of the old.

  • 3 Things To Do Before A Water Heater Installation

    7 April 2015

    A new water heater can save on electrical costs and it can cut down on rust in your water.  A new heater is also a good way to reduce leaks and water damage from holes that show up across the tank area.  In many instances, the new appliance can be easily swapped with your old one.  This is not the case though, if your hot water was previously provided by an oil boiler or other type of furnace.

  • 2 Decisions To Make Before Replacing Your Shingled Roof With A Metal Roof

    17 March 2015

    If the roof on your house is shot, you will need to replace it before it starts leaking. Deciding to upgrade from a shingled roof to a metal roof might be your plan, but you might not be sure how to do this or what building materials to purchase. Replacing a roof yourself can be difficult to do, unless you are experienced with roofing projects. As you start planning for this, here are two things you will need to consider.