The First Day of Spring 2016

  Hello and welcome to Spring!  Yesterday was the first day of Spring and wouldn’t you know it, we received 2-7 inches of snow throughout various parts of New England.  This new snow has all but disappeared and melted away. Did you know that in …

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Basement Blog Posts for a Rainy Day

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring….. On this rainy day, you may be wondering about basement waterproofing, basement flooding or other basement water issues.  We have compiled a list of several blog posts that you may find interesting and helpful. Hiring a Basement Waterproofing Pro:  Hiring an …

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Cellar Doors and Bulkheads are on Basement Photo Friday Today

If your bulkhead is old and leaky, maintaining a healthy basement environment becomes more difficult.  Water and moisture may enter through small cracks or compromised joints and mechanisms.  This could lead to mold and mildew and air that is not healthy to breathe and may …

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Helpful Basement Tips for Home Buyers on the House Hunt

According to Realtor.com, the busiest seasons for buying and selling a home are the Spring and the Summer.  When you think about it, it makes sense; packing up and moving a house is much easier when the weather is warm and sunny.  If you are …

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Using Waterproof Paint to Stop Water or Flooding in the Basement

Waterproof paints and wet basement seal coats – The wet band-aid solution to a leaky, flooded basement. As we wrote in our previous post on basement sealers and waterproofing paints, the hype surrounding these “waterproofing solutions” is just that, hype.  These so-called waterproof paints and sealers …

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