Understanding Flooded Basement Repairs
About Me
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

  • 3 Potentially Dangerous Problems that a Home Inspector Could Detect for You

    16 January 2015

    It doesn't matter whether you are buying a newer house or an older unit, it's important to hire a home inspector to make sure that you won't be purchasing a lemon. An inspector, for instance, will know if the homes in your area were built with defective materials, such as Chinese drywall. And a good inspector will also test for radon. You can never assume that just because a house looks great from the outside that it isn't filled with dangerous defects that you won't be able to detect.

  • Make Sure Your Company Is Insured When Renting A Crane

    15 January 2015

    When renting a crane, it is important to make sure your company is properly insured. Should there be an accident, your current insurance might not cover it, and the rental contract might hold your company responsible. You will need to check your current insurance, and you might need to purchase a rider or additional policy. The Potential Risk Crane accidents may seem rare, but they occur all too frequently, and they are often devastating.

  • 5 Signs It's Time To Replace Your Forklift with a New Model

    14 January 2015

    Forklifts are essential for managing big warehouses and shipping facilities where entire pallets of materials or merchandise need transport. Even if you're sticking to a strict maintenance and repair schedule to keep your vehicles working for as long as possible, all forklifts need eventual replacement to prevent accidents and lost productivity. Learn when to make the investment in a brand new unit instead of wasting more money and time on endless repairs.

  • How To Clean And Restore Flood Damaged Wood Furniture

    9 January 2015

    When you've had wood furniture damaged by a flood, you don't have to throw it out, because there are steps you can take to restore your furniture. Read on to find out how to clean, remove mold and refinish your water-damaged furniture. Dry It Out Before you begin any type of cleaning or restorative procedures on your wood furniture, you must allow the wood to dry out completely. Wood that retains moisture is subject to mold growth and if the wood isn't dry, you're wasting your time with repairs.

  • Will Solar Shingles Be In Your Roofing Future?

    8 January 2015

    If you own a business, and are currently designing your next corporate location, or are simply getting new commercial roofing to your current location, you may want to consider adding solar shingles to your architectural plans. Not only will they help you to reduce your carbon footprint, and lower your electric bills, but you may actually be able to find government money that will help offset the installation cost. When you simply consider these three advantages, you can already see that they may be much more valuable than other types of roofing materials.