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Basement Waterproofing - Job Site Photos

Take A Look At Some Of The Work We Have Done Recently Protecting your basement from the potential of water damage is an important part of owning any home. Most recently we installed a sump pump system and basement drainage in a house off of Mason Rd. in St Louis. Take a look at our installation process for several of the services we do. Our trained staff will quickly and neatly remedy any basement...

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Structural vs. Non-Structural Foundation Cracks

Structural vs. Non-Structural Foundation Cracks Seeing cracks in your foundation walls or floor? Cracking can be the result of site conditions, building history, normal curing processes, changes in temperature, foundation settlement, or applied loads, among other issues. While care needs to be taken in diagnosing these cracks, your foundation may not be in such dire straits as you think. Shrinkage...

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How to Create an Awesome Outdoor Space

How to Create an Awesome Outdoor Space Make It Cozy Buy cushioned seating, big chairs, and extra padded lounge furniture for your outdoor space. Your outdoor space should be just as inviting as your indoor space, so don’t skimp on the throw pillows and indoor-outdoor rugs for a little extra dimension and color. Consider building a fire pit, which will enhance the coziness of your space, especially...

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Smell Musty? Time to Breathe Easy

Smell Musty? Time to Breathe Easy Many basements, even basements in newer homes, have trouble with mustiness and poor air quality. Reasons for this can include excess moisture, lack of air circulation, lack of cleaning, and mold and mildew growth. Moisture is the most common issue that causes musty odors and poor air quality. The excess water that comes into your home due to poor drainage, leaking...

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Gardening Tips for the Clueless Gardener

Gardening Tips for the Clueless Gardener Confession time: I don’t have a green thumb. I have killed cactus. I can easily imagine that plants shudder in horror when I get too close. Until this past year, the only plant that has survived while in my care was a Golden Pothos plant, a hardy little vining plant that requires a drought, a swarm of locusts, and a bazooka to kill. Though I have since boug...

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