The cold winter weather is finally leaving the Chicago area but as snow melts and spring rains start moving into the area, the risk for home flooding can increase. Flooding within a home can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of
Excess water in your basement leads to a host of problems for your home and its contents, so it’s important to do as much as possible to prevent a flooded basement. Checking these potential causes ahead of time will save you the cost and aggravation of water damage repair in the future.
Finding water in your basement is an unpleasant surprise. Whether it’s a few inches of water from a broken pipe or a couple of feet from a flash flood, it’s a nasty mess that will get only worse if it’s ignored. Follow these tips to limit the destruction caused by a flooded basement.
When flooding occurs, our first concern is the inside of our home — but what about the outside? Next time you suspect a leak, try checking these common flooding areas.
Midwinter vacations are a great way to beat cabin fever, but nothing ruins that happiness faster than coming home to a whole house wading pool. It’s vital to start the cleanup as quickly as possible, to limit the damage and