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How Can You Waterproof Your Basement's Block Walls?

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If you’ve recently found yourself ankle-deep in standing water after heading down to your basement during (or just after) a heavy storm, you may be anxious about the extent of water damage your home has already suffered, as well as worried about your ability to prevent future damage. Even if you haven’t actually experienced pools of standing water in your home, damp walls or a musty, mildewed smell could indicate hidden moisture.…

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4 Ways You Can Prepare Your Home For Mold Testing

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When having your property tested for mold, accuracy is important. Mold can cause significant structural concerns as well as health issues, so identifying mold quickly is necessary. How well you prepare your property for the testing and inspection plays a part in how quickly the mold can be identified. Work hard to do your part. Avoid Extra Ventilation Don’t make any efforts to ventilate the space where you suspect the mold is located any more than it already is.…

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3 Tips For Stripping Old Paint And Sealant Off Of Tropical Hardwood Decking

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Tropical hardwood decking materials can be a great choice for decking. These woods also require care, such as occasional sealing or treatments. Sometimes, these woods can be painted with the wrong type of stain or even paint. The good news is that the density of these woods make cleaning them up and resealing them a fairly easy task. The first thing that needs to be done is removing the old sealant.…

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