Top 5 Reasons to Have a Power Failure Alarm

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We all love our digital devices, from the TVs and computers to tablets and smartphones, electricity powers our lives. In addition to it’s entertainment value, electrcity also powers the refrigerator, furnace, A/C, sump pump, and other common necessities.  While electrical power is run to most homes in the US, very few have power alarms. […]

Keep Your Basement Dry and Increase Home Resale Value

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A damp basement can wreak havoc with electronics, and turn books and other objects into soggy breeding grounds for mold and mildew. This mold and mildew then enter the air through your home’s ventilation system causing many upper respiratory issues.

Meanwhile, a dry basement creates another living area, rec room, or even more bedroom space, which […]

Wet Basement After a Snow Melt?

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After a heavy snow comes water. This is just one of the many certainties we all face. Proper runoff and drainage can help direct water away from your foundation, but water can still sneak by. A sump pump can help push water away from your home. If your drainage or sump pump aren’t in […]

Prevent Standing Water in Your Crawlspace

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Why should you protect your crawlspace from water? Air that enters your home is pulled through your crawlspace. Given the temperature and humiditiy levels, this may equal nearly 40% of the air total that enters your home. Avoid indoor air quality issues by eliminating standing water in your crawlspace.

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Types of Water Alarms

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It’s a full time job keeping your basement dry.  Everyday threats include heavy rains, backed up sewage line, a leaky hose or even your neighbor emptying their pool.  Sump pumps are perfect for removing pooling water, and a backup battery and pump system help create peace of mind.  Even with a […]

Is Your Sump Pump Working?

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What is the worst way to figure out your sump pump is not working? By finding water in your basement. A better approach… test your sump pump annually, before the rainy seasons. Experts recommend checking your sump pump either in late winter or early fall. This will help cover the rainy/snowy seasons to ensure your […]