How to Spot & Repair a Sinking Foundation

so2Building a foundation is one of the most structurally significant aspects of your house. When set on a solid foundation, the rest of the house has the support it needs to maintain its integrity and stand for decades upon decades. If your house’s foundation is set improperly, there are a host of problems that can follow. A sinking foundation is one issue that can occur if the foundation is laid improperly or on unstable soil. Sinking foundations are problems that need to be addressed and examined as soon as you notice them to prevent further damage (and, of course, repair costs) to the rest of the house.

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Dehumidifiers Buying Guide

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Dehumidifiers reduce humidity levels, making your home less hospitable to allergens such as dust mites, mold, and mildew. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing one for you and your family.

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How Sedona waterproofs a basement

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Waterproofing your basement may be one of the best investments you can make on your house. If you’re looking to save some expenses and headache in the future, then waterproofing your basement is an investment you should consider. Here’s how it works!

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Crawl space problems due to summer showers

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Summer is time to have some fun in the sun! But look out for those intermittent showers as well. With each downpour, water that accumulates in puddles on the ground near your home sometimes have an uncanny way of seeping into your crawl space…from which the wetness and moisture can create unexpected problems that are not only annoying, they can develop into a much larger problem.

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Breathing problems caused by exposure to toxic mold

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Black mold is fungus that lives naturally in the environment. Often referred to as toxic mold, the Centers for Disease Control educates that no proven link has been found between black mold and serious health conditions in exposed individuals. Exposure to black mold, as well as other types of mold, may cause health reactions in some people. The CDC, however, states that respiratory problems are more likely to arise in people with underlying respiratory conditions, such as asthma, than healthy individuals. Medical evaluation can help determine if breathing problems are due to mold exposure.

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Rising temperatures could cause condensation in your crawl space

a1The weather has finally started to warm up and we know you can’t wait to spend most of your days enjoying it outside, but the warm weather may be causing serious problems unbeknownst to you. This is the season when our team here at Sedona Waterproofing receives a bunch of panicked phone calls from clients who’ve discovered, one way or another, that their crawlspace is “raining”. Many people are unaware that condensation can occur and cause water buildup in crawl spaces that have not been properly waterproofed. Not to worry though, Sedona Waterproofing’s excellent team of technicians is here to help.

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