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What Do Different Types of Foundation Cracks Mean?

Do you know what different types of foundation cracks mean? If you have cracks in your foundation walls, read this!

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Choose the Interior Waterproofing Method Best for You

If you've decided it's time for waterproofing in your basement or crawl space, then it's time to consider the options for the interior and exterior of your home.

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5 Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Do you know how to protect against frozen pipes in your home? In this article, we'll give you a few tips to lead you in the right direction.

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Basement Waterproofing in the Winter?

Have you ever wondered if it's possible to get basement waterproofing during the winter months? Find the answer in our latest article!

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Heat Won’t Reach a Room, Try This

Is one room in your home colder than the rest and you've tried everything but nothing works? It might be your crawl space! Try a vapor barrier installation from KC Waterproofing.

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Common Winter Foundation Problems: Sticking Doors

It's starting to get chilly, and we're spending more time indoors. Have you noticed sticking doors in your home? Find out how they're caused and solutions to the problem.

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Is Your Home Ready For Winter? 3 Important Steps to Take Now

During cold winter weather, the soil beneath your home expands and contracts. And when water and moisture penetrate the soil, this shifting can result in foundation damage.

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Sump Pump Installations in Your Home

If you're having problems with waterproofing, it's time to consider the peace of mind sump pump installations can bring to your home.

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Flooded basement? Check Your Foundation!

Flooded basement? Check Your Foundation! Your foundation repair issues may be the cause of your waterproofing problems.

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Retaining Walls: Just for Holding Back Soil or Something More?

When you think of retaining walls, you probably think of the tilting walls next to the sidewalk that make it hard to walk past. These retaining walls are failing, but in most cases, they are placed to hold back the soil on hills or sides of houses.

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