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As winter snows melt or summer thunderstorms pour down rain, telltale signs of home maintenance problems commonly begin to crop up. Gutters leak, lawns grow puddles and mold begins to sprout.
Worst of all, basements begin to get leaky. At the end of winter, the
Winter, at least in the snowbelt, is usually a vacation from leaky basements.
The ground around foundations freezes, which limits absorption of water and accompanying soil saturation and movement, and precipitation typically arrives in the form of snow. Then, however, comes spring and all bets are
There’s an old saying that most people have heard at least once: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Of course, most old sayings get lumped together as sort of conversational chewing gum – people don’t pay attention