Choosing Your Basement Waterproofing Method

Posted on: 28 September 2017

When you have to decide about waterproofing your home, you have two choices. You can opt for interior or exterior waterproofing. In order to understand which is best for your application, you need to understand the differences between them. Here's a look at what you need to know about both before you decide to treat your basement: Interior Waterproofing Basics Though it's called waterproofing, interior waterproofing is more of a water blockade, because it forms a barrier inside that blocks water after it has already gotten into the foundation.
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3 Different Types Of Roof Damage That Are Caused During Storms

Posted on: 23 September 2017

Storms of all sizes can cause damage to homes, and the main area of your home that is affected is the roof. The storm damage may include things like wind, hail and structural damage. Debris from winds and trees also falls on roofs during storms and causes damage. Here are some of the main causes of storm damage and how to deal with the problems: 1. The Different Signs of Wind Damage and Repairs Your Roof Needs
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4 Benefits Of Putting A Clay Roof On Your Home

Posted on: 14 September 2017

There is nothing like knowing your home is secure and stable. This is especially true if you have a lot of severe weather in your area. One way to ensure your home is in the best possible shape is by putting a clay roof in place. There are numerous advantages of doing this and knowing what some of these are may be the motivation you need to get started. Benefit #1: Durable
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5 Reasons To Not Repair Your Roof Yourself

Posted on: 28 August 2017

There are many projects homeowners can do on their own to save money. However, roof repairs are not one of these projects. Fixing your own roof can lead to several problems and may actually cost you more in the end if you get injured or have to hire a professional to fix your mistakes. Below are several reasons why you should not try to repair your roof on your own. 
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