7 Mar

6 Ways Melting Snow Can Cause Damage to Your Basement

Canada can see hundreds of centimetres of snow each winter. While southern Ontario doesn’t see as much as other parts of the country, we still average 115 cm a year. When the snow starts to melt, it can leave behind large pools of water on your property. All this water needs to go somewhere. Unless you’ve taken precautions before winter, your basement could become flooded with water, which can cause damage to your basement. Read More

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25 Apr

Understanding the Waterproofing Problems in Your Home

Finding moisture in your basement is very common. However, most people don’t understand what is happening to their home or how to solve the problem at hand. In a basement that is rarely inhabited by the homeowners, moisture isn’t a significant problem in the short term. Read More

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19 Jun

All About Waterproofing Your Basement On The Outside

If you have leaky walls and/or floors in your basement, basement waterproofing is the first line of defense against a wet and musty basement. If your basement is wet, it is important to address the issue immediately, otherwise you run the risk of mold growth, damaging your basement and even comprising the structural integrity of your home. Basement Waterproofing When it comes to basement waterproofing, there are a number of different methods that can be used, both inside and out. Read More

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10 May

How To Dehumidify Your Basement

If you notice a lot of humidity in your basement, it is important to take action right away - even if you don’t spend any time in your basement. Taking action means not only reducing the amount of humidity in your home, but also determining the cause of the humidity. Basement humidity can be caused by water leaks in other parts of your home, as well as household activities, from laundry to showering. Read More

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18 Apr

How Long Does Basement Waterproofing Last?

If your basement is wet and musty due to leaking walls or floors, basement waterproofing is the solution. Without such a solution in place, your home could experience the pitfalls of water damage, from health problems due to mould growth to serious structural problems due to rotting wood. If left untreated, your home could experience additional costly repairs, including emergency plumbing services. When it comes to basement waterproofing, the first step is to determine the source of your wet basement. Read More

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