Blogs & Case Studies

Water Management Part 2: Proper Soils

We are now into part 2 of the water management series. This blog will be discussing how the soils around your home affect the longevity of your foundation. It is best to address soils before construction even begins to avoid potential damage and high soil replacement costs.

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Water Management Part 1: Roof Drainage System

This week’s blog will be the first post in a 3-part series focusing on the importance of water management around your home or building. Basic water management systems prevent damage, such as foundation cracks, structural movement, leaks, interior water intrusion, and rotting building materials. You would be surprised how frequently these systems are not addressed until the damage has been done. With the aim of helping you take control of your home’s inevitable water situation, here is part one of the Water Management Series:

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The Cost of Frost in the Attic

Minnesota’s unpredictable winter weather can wreak havoc on a home.  In the last month alone, temperatures have plunged to -30 degrees F and risen back to nearly 50 degrees F. It is these large fluctuations in temperature that can reveal symptoms to underlying problems in a building or structure.

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