Common Myths Concerning Winter Roof Needs And Issues

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Being misinformed about the various parts of your house can pose a number of significant problems for homeowners. When a homeowner is misinformed about their roof, they may find that they are unaware of the ways that the different seasons will interact with this part of the home. More precisely, this can open these homeowners to assuming some misconceptions and misinformation concerning the winter needs of roofs are true. Myth: Roof Work Can Not Be Done During The Winter…

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Improve Drainage Outdoors, Seal Basement Windows, And Apply Sealant To Walls

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If your residential property does not drain well after heavy downpours, you may have encountered a situation in which rain water has dripped into your home’s basement if there is a narrow crack surrounding each window in the foundation’s walls. The following steps will teach you how to improve drainage outdoors, seal the basement windows with caulk, and apply a coat of clear sealant over the interior cement walls to prevent water from entering your residence and potentially causing damage.…

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The Storm Is Over: How To Stay Safe During The Cleanup That Follows

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If your home was flooded during the recent hurricanes, you’ll want to start the cleanup as soon as possible. However, it’s best to wait until the hazards have completely passed before you jump in and start tackling the mess. The water may have receded, but that doesn’t mean that the danger has. In fact, there can still be many hidden dangers in your home that you might not be aware of.…

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