Clint Miller Exterminating Basement Waterproofing
  • Nov 30, 2020

With heavy rain and snow lurking just around the corner, many homeowners are asking an important question: Do I need to update my home's basement waterproofing?

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Waterproofing Increases Home Value
  • Oct 30, 2020

Moisture in your home can do a lot of damage, from creating mold to rotting wood, affecting the electrical in your home, and attracting pests. Basement waterproofing not only mitigates all of the problems with moisture and humidity, but adding moisture control to your home increases your home’s value. When you waterproof your basement, you make your home last longer, thus add value to it.

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Basement Waterproofing with Clint Miller
  • Oct 16, 2020

Waterproofing or damp proofing your home and the floor above a basement protects your investment into your home. Waterproofing my basement or crawl space prevents ground moisture from seeping into the basement or crawlspace. Once it gets in there, it creates humidity, which then gets into your home. Excess water and humidity create mold and attract pests such as termites, spiders and mice. It will also cause the wood in your home to rot.

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Clint Miller Waterproofing
  • Sep 25, 2020

 

If you're wondering how much waterproofing costs, it might be because you've spotted signs of moisture somewhere in your home. Maybe it's condensation on the windows, mildew in the bathrooms, mold in the corners, or paint peeling near the crawlspace. No matter how insulated a home is, everyday activities like boiling water or taking a shower can end up putting more droplets in the air than you realize. How much your home costs to waterproof will depend on everything from its size to the configuration. It also depends on which methodology you choose. One thing's for sure though, the costs to waterproof the home are far more reasonable than the costs of failing to waterproof the home.

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Clint Miller Waterproofing
  • Sep 14, 2020

When you think about moisture in your house, you might not realize just what the implications really are. Humidity is uncomfortable but it's not actually a threat, right? But the more water in your home, the more likely it is you'll end up with anything from peeling paint to deadly mold. It creates an environment for bacteria where they can not only survive but multiply by the trillions. Allergies spring up, termites move in, and colonies of fungi can start stretching into your common spaces. It's not only offputting, it can actively work to degrade your health and home from the inside out. See why you might want to take action now before the problem spins out of control. 

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Clint Miller Exterminating Waterproofing Protection
  • Mar 11, 2020

 

Waterproofing a home is an effective way to stop one of the worst types of damage. Moisture can not only discolor walls and weaken the integrity of a structure, it can also lead to a serious infestation of mold or insects. Either possibility can impact your health, especially if the problem goes undetected for a while. And unfortunately, it doesn't take very much water for your home to be affected.

If your home is your single greatest asset, you need to look beyond the standard protections to more effective methods. We'll look at home waterproofing and what it takes to really make the building impervious to outside threats. 

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  • Feb 10, 2020

Does your home have proper moisture control measures in place? If not, you may need an update to fully protect your basement, foundation, crawlspaces, baths and other areas from the many potential problems water can cause.

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  • Jan 29, 2020

Moisture enters your home through many avenues, including cooking, bathing, washing and breathing. This is normal moisture in your home, and you should have some. An excessively dry home means lots of itching, especially for pets. It also brings itchy eyes, difficulty breathing and sinus problems. However, if you have excess moisture in your home, you’re setting yourself up for mold problems. If too much moisture enters your home from the crawlspace or basement, you could start seeing health problems, including asthma and allergies. Clint Miller Exterminating provides waterproofing services to keep the excess moisture out of your home.

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  • Dec 18, 2019

Have a damp basement? There could be a number of reasons why this is occurring. This could be due to high humidity or a water leak. Excess moisture in house can come from a variety of places and cause mold, mildew or other types of growth. Taking time to observe what is going on can help identify the problem. If there are any leaks, stopping the flow of water in that area is the first line of defense. Getting a plumber to inspect and correct the problem is next. Additionally, reducing the indoor humidity by using ventilation fans in the kitchen and bathrooms, sealing duct air leaks, and using a humidifier can help alleviate excess moisture accumulation.

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  • Nov 27, 2019

Waterproofing companies like Clint Miller Exterminating place an impervious barrier on foundations, roofs and walls when it’s needed. When your house was built, it should have had a barrier, but over time, it may erode, which causes water to seep into crawl spaces, attics and basements. If your crawlspace or basement leaks or gets damp, the dampness will get into your house. This could cause mold to form and wood to rot.

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