Basement Flooding

Unfortunately, it’s pretty easy for water to get into your basement. Most of your pipes are down there, and since it is below ground level, when it rains it is most susceptible to flooding. If you wake up to a lake in your basement, don’t panic. You will need to act quickly to make sure that the basement flooding doesn’t cause more water damage than it already has. Turn Off the Water if You Can ...
Basement Flooding

Since your basement is below ground level, it is most susceptible to flooding. An appliance or pipe springing a leak anywhere in your home can end up flooding your basement. The same goes for flooding due to storms. There are a few important steps you can take to protect your home and belongings from basement flooding.  Shutting Off the Water With a burst pipe or appliance leak, you will need to...
Basement Waterproofing

Your basement is the foundation of your home. Unfortunately, a basement is not waterproof. Methods that were used when a house was built to stop water from getting in can start to wear out over time. So even if you aren’t seeing a water problem right now, chances are you will eventually. Instead of waiting until you notice water damage, it's better to prevent the water from getting in. The best wa...
Basement Flooding

A basement flood can happen for many reasons. A burst pipe, leaky appliance, or a bad storm can all cause your basement to unexpectedly become a pond. Regardless of the reason, you now have a lot of water in your basement and mopping it up is not an option. Here are some steps you can take when you are dealing with your basement flooding. Stop the Flow of Water The first thing you will want to d...