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What You Can Do to Avoid a Flooded Basement

Summer is thunderstorm season. Yes, those storms can cool things off and are good for the lawn and garden. But they can also lead to expensive and inconvenient basement flooding. We constantly remind (nag) you of plumbing to do’s to prevent flooding – installing and maintaining sump pumps and having your sewer line rodded. But […]

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Battery Back-Up Sump Pumps

After the torrential rains we had the other night, our phones were ringing off the hook with people telling us their back-up sump pumps were beeping.  So we thought this would be a good time to talk about back-up sump pumps, because we have a feeling it will rain again. Back-up pumps go off for […]

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Avoiding the Health Risks Associated with Flooding

  • Categories: Flooding
  • Date: August 27, 2014

Last month we provided some advice on how to prevent floods. But, unfortunately, despite everybody’s best efforts, floods sometimes will occur. In addition to the mess, inconvenience and financial impacts, most importantly, there are health risks associated with flooding. We won’t go into the details of the risks, but will provide some advice on avoiding […]

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Things You Can Do to Prevent Floods That You Don’t Need a Plumber for

We constantly remind our clients that we can help them prevent their homes from flooding by checking and/or installing sump pumps and battery back-up pumps, and by performing preventative maintenance on their sewer lines. But there are several easy and inexpensive (and maybe even free) things you can do to prevent flooding. Here are a […]

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