Unfortunately, it’s pretty common for homeowners to find water in their basement at one time or another. Moisture can develop if your indoor air is too humid or if your basement temperature is cooler than the upstairs. Water can also seep in during rainstorms in the summer or when snow melts in the winter and spring. It can enter through cracks in walls, windows, and even from below the floor in the basement.
In the last blog, we talked about some problems that many of us have experienced or will experience with our washers and dryers. We discussed what to do if your washing machine is giving off an odor, how to level your washing machine if it is shaking or rattling during its spin cycle, and how to get your dryer to work more effectively.
In this blog, we will address the replacement of washing machine hoses and tips for keeping your washer and dryer running efficiently for as long as possible. Addressing these kinds of issues promptly rather than waiting for them to turn in to larger problems can save you money on maintenance and appliance replacement.
Have you experienced the heartache of having to deal with water in your basement due to rain showers or burst water pipes? It can be a stressful and even dangerous situation to be in. If your basement has flooded, there are a number of things to consider before entering the area or dealing with the problem on your own. There are many potential hazards that you need to be aware of to assure the safety of you and your family.