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Prevent Basement Flooding With These Five Tips

prevent basement flooding

With summer comes warmer temperatures, cookouts, and trips to the beach. However, the hot season can also bring in heavy rain and flooding in some areas, which can bring unwanted water to your basement and other parts of the house. We recently flooded you with tips on dealing with the issue after it occurs so it only makes sense that we give you some ideas on how to prevent the disaster before it enters your home.

4 Ways to Avoid Low Water Pressure in Your Home

Low Water Pressure

Dealing with a loss of water pressure in your home can be very frustrating. You go to take a shower to start your day, but the water falls weakly from the showerhead. You try using your faucet head to blast away the dried food remnants in your dishes, but it comes out at more of a trickle than a jet. Wouldn’t it be nice to address the problem now and prevent it from happening in the future? We certainly think so! Here are some tips to avoid low water pressure around your home.

#1. Examine Your Pipes

How to Maintain Clean Air in Your Home

Clean Air

When we think of dirty air, we might imagine urban smog or the choking air of a coal mine. These are certainly unpleasant areas as far as air quality goes. However, we tend to overestimate the purity of the air in our own homes. Indeed, science actually shows that homes and other buildings can have much dirtier air than the outdoors. Most of us spend a significant amount of time inside, so we should make sure we’re breathing clean air!

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