5 Steps to a Dry Basement Or Crawl Space: A Guide for Homeowner & Professional : Also Included, Slab Foundations, All about Gutters, Mold and Bacteria
It’s raining, and water starts seeping into your home’s basement; what can a homeowner do? Fortunately, a new comprehensive book from Welkin House can help fix that wet basement problem without expensive waterproofing methods. The author, Ronald Gay, is a veteran in the field of residential construction and consulting for more than 20 years, specializing in wet-basement consulting for more than 10 years. In this ground-breaking guide for homeowner and professional, new lessons are taught that make all the difference in solving this stressful, home-maintenance nightmare.
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