The emergency plumber cost a small fortune, but when your basement is filling up with water you do not always have a lot of options. You were able to find the shut off to the water but the water from another leak somewhere in the basement was causing the real problem. Fortunately, the plumber that you found was able to fix the problem that you were not able to find on your own and you are now in recovery mode. The carpet and padding had been pulled up, the dehumidifiers are in place and you have been using the shop vacuum to get rid of some of the water in places where it has puddled. It is a task that you never want to tackle again, but you are thankful for the local resources who were able to come help.
Even if you are not facing a soggy emergency in your home, it is important to get the professional plumbing help that is needed to help your home maintain its value. From sewer and drain cleaning to trying to figure out th

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A foundation accounts for eight to fifteen percent of the total cost of building a home, and it’s little wonder. The foundation is, without a doubt, one of the most important elements of a home, since the bulk of the structure rests upon it. There are three primary forms of home foundation: crawl spaces, slabs, and full basements. If anything happens to damage or weaken the foundation, the structural integrity of the home could be seriously compromised. This is why it’s so important to know the warning signs that can indicate your foundation needs repairs. This article will be taking a look at a few of the signs that can indicate your foundation needs to be repaired.

  • Cracks Forming in the Foundation Slab: One way to tell your foundation needs repairs is if cracks are seen forming in the foundation slab. As the foundation slab is meant to be an extremely thick and strong slab of concrete, if cracks are seen forming on it, it can mean serious issues are happening deep under

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It’s estimated that nearly 3,000 home clothes dryer fires are reported annually and causes several deaths, injuries and more than 30 million in loss of property. One of biggest reasons for this is your clothes dryer. Most of these dryer fires can be prevented, but the buildup of lint and debris reduces air flow and backs up the exhaust connections in a dryer.


If you’ve ever wondered why is my dryer not drying, that buildup of debris and lint is likely the culprit. With proper checkups and the help of a dryer duct cleaning company, you can get your dryer up and running again and eliminate a serious fire hazard.


So what do you need to look for? Keep an eye out for these common dryer issues:

  • It takes longer and longer for your clothes to dry. You may find it takes two or three times longer than usual to clean clothes and even then, they might not be totally dry.
  • Your clothes and your dryer are super hot. If you’re noticing

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