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Flood Damage Prevention In Your Home

With summer comes extreme weather, including storms that bring heavy rainfall. Bodies of water and over-saturated ground can’t always handle the showers that come our way, and suddenly you find your home or business falling victim to a flood.

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Clogged Weeping Tile – What You Need To Know

Unlike the name suggests, weeping tiles are actually pipes that discharge underground water from around the perimeter of a home or from a basement. Exterior weeping tile manages water at ground level, and is placed in a trench around your home, whereas interior weeping tile is most often used if the exterior weeping tile has failed.

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What To Do When Your Home Floods

Flooding is stressful, serious, and unfortunately not 100% preventable due to accidents, like sump pump failure, and extreme forces of nature. While we can’t always control when our home floods, we can control how we react to, and cope with, such a disaster in order to minimize damage and loss.

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