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Structural foundation damage to your home is serious business. At best, it’s a pain in the neck – stuck doors, tilting floors and jammed windows. At worst, it’s really bad – open cracks in the above-ground structure, chimneys separating from the house and
It’s fall and lots of people will tell you it’s their favorite time of year in northwest Indiana. The temperatures cool down, kids go back to school and leaves on the trees change into beautiful reds and golds.
Oh, about those leaves.
It’s the middle of August, kids are going back to school and Labor Day is just around the corner. You know what that means – fall is coming and with it comes falling leaves and other organic matter as Mother Nature begins to shut down for
OK, so we’re the basement waterproofing experts. We make our living by keeping our customers’ basements dry and their homes healthy. The work we do, for the most part, can’t (or shouldn’t) be done by a homeowner
One of the most important ways to maintain a healthy foundation and dry basement is proper yard drainage on the outside of your home. An experienced basement waterproofing contractor knows this and begins to evaluate your home when they get out of their car in your driveway.<