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Crack injections: A way to fix the cracks

    Have you ever wondered why construction workers put rebar inside concrete? Its because when cement cures it tends to crack, so by reinforcing it with rebar it becomes much stronger. In fact the majority of homeowners have cracking in the foundation of their home and dont even know it. It’s not until they […]

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Excavation Cave in’s

Do you want more space in the  basement of your home or maybe you need yard drain boxes, vent wells, foundation drain lines, or a cistern installed. Well keep in mind, the first step in any of these major remodeling projects is excavation. Excavation if not done properly can be vary dangerous. One of the […]

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Yard Drainage

If you wish to keep your yard  healthy and beautiful, without the worry of low spots, flooding, or damage to your home or other structures you must keep your yard drained properly. There are many different kinds of drains, including French drains, trench drains, and surface drains which all work with residential and commercial properties […]

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Stump Pumps

A sump is an area designed to attract and hold drainage water. Sumps are created to provide an area of drainage, and can be necessary in areas like crawl spaces, basements or yards. Drainage may occur naturally, but sump pumps may be necessary for things like trapped water in the yard, crawl space, or basement. In […]

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How Basement Waterproofing Contractors Can Help You – Waterproofing Systems for Your Basement

Basement waterproofing contractors can help you decide what kind of waterproofing system you need. External waterproofing systems and internal waterproofing systems are just two of the available options. The external system works by placing good covering underground after the foundation is dug-up. The covering consists in thick layers of vinyl or plastic tarp. It is […]

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Why Does Your Home Need Basement Waterproofing Systems?

In order to understand the importance of waterproofing systems, you first need to take a look at how your basement has been built. Initially, a big hole has been dug in the ground, then footer and foundations have been laid, and the rest of the basement was raised, followed by the rest of your home. […]

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Basement Waterproofing

Water gets into your basement from cracks in the wall/floor joint, faults in the concrete of your foundation, and decaying/damaged masonry. In North Carolina we have a high level of hydrostatic pressure. This will force moisture into the porous concrete/mason of your basement walls. The heavy rainfall we get, will find its way into cracks […]

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