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Changing Your Home And Garden

I have always loved the idea of going through my home and making changes to my home and garden, but things aren't always as simple as they seem. About six months ago, I realized that I needed to do something to make some significant changes to my home, because the entire space had grown dated and unsightly. It was a lot of stress to figure out what I should do and how I could make powerful changes, but after working hard to prioritize my needs, things started to come together. This blog is all about changing your home and garden in a way that works for your budget and lifestyle.

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3 Reasons To Finally Waterproof Your Basement

If you're a homeowner, you are obviously interested in doing whatever you can to keep your property in great shape. But if you have not yet finished waterproofing your basement, you could be opening yourself up to a variety of problems. Here are some reasons why you should contact a local contractor about home waterproofing today.

Protect Yourself From Flash Floods

Is your home located in an area that is prone to flooding thanks to Mother Nature? If so, you are really risking things each and every day you continue forward without home waterproofing. A successfully waterproofed basement can keep water outside where it belongs and protect you from what could end up being significant property damage. Keeping flood waters out could also help preserve important or sentimental valuables that are often stored in a basement.

Keep Mold and Mildew at Bay

So let's say your house isn't located somewhere prone to flooding. Ok, that's fine, but that doesn't mean that at least some water can't sneak its way into the basement after the next rain. This kind of leak could be even worse in a way because it could fester for weeks or months before you even realize what's happening. The next thing you know, you'll walk into the basement and be confronted with a serious mold or mildew problem. Get your basement fully sealed by a professional and you won't have to worry about cleaning up a disgusting, moldy mess or the health problems that can sometimes come from being exposed to such substances.

It Can Actually Save You Money

Yes, waterproofing your basement or house will cost you money. But it could actually save you money in the long run. That's because a damp basement is known to cause higher humidity during the warmer months of the year, which could increase your cooling costs. If the water damage has caused a crack to appear in your home's foundation, this is a spot where the wrong kind of air could also enter and cause your HVAC system to work harder than it should have to. Keep your basement nice and dry and you'll have lower energy bills over time.

If you have not yet waterproofed your basement, it's time to call a home waterproofing specialist today. A waterproofed basement can protect you from significant flood damage, but will also stop less severe but equally annoying issues like mold and mildew. You might even save a few dollars over time thanks to lower energy costs.