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Knowing These Five Things Can Make It Easier To Work With A Land Surveyor

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A lot of homeowners hiring a land surveyor for the first time are unfamiliar with how land surveying works. It’s a good idea to learn a few things about land surveying and what’s expected of you as the homeowner to make the process go more smoothly. The following are five things you should know that can make it easier to work with a land surveyor:  There are numerous situations in addition to remodeling projects where land surveyors are necessary. Read More»

4 Telltale Signs Your Home Needs Basement Waterproofing

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If your home has a basement–regardless of whether or not it’s finished–it’s important to ensure that this space is adequately protected from moisture penetration. Water leaks and moisture issues inside basements are very common, but the good news is that there are numerous effective and affordable options for basement waterproofing. Not sure if your basement needs to be waterproofed? There are a few red flags to be on the lookout for that could indicate the need to contact a local basement waterproofing specialist for an in-home evaluation. Read More»

Preparation Tips For Your Upcoming Residential Roof Replacement

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If your roof is leaking and you have made arrangements for it to be replaced by a licensed roofing company, then you might be surprised to learn that you need to do a few things to prepare before the crew arrives and starts tearing off the old roof. To help you prepare for your upcoming roof replacement, follow each of these tips: Tip: Secure Fragile Items and Artwork to Prevent Vibration Damage Read More»

How Should Commercial Roof Drains Be Cleaned And Maintained?

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Many commercial roofs are built nearly flat so that they blend in with the rest of the surroundings and make the most efficient use of materials for less expensive construction. Since the roof only has a very minor slope, it’s essential that the drains and gutters carrying water away from the surface are working properly. Without working drains, the nearly flat roof will hold water like a pond and quickly develop serious damage. Read More»

3 Roofing Maintenance Tasks For The Start Of Spring

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Winter is obviously the harshest season of the year, and it’s also the season that can do the most damage to your house. If you are about to head into the warmer months of spring, you have arrived at the perfect time to take a long look at what Mother Nature has done to your humble abode in the preceding months. Specifically, it’s a great time to survey your roof and fix or repair any damage that you find. Read More»