It’s Hurricane Season again. Our Atlantic hurricane season runs from the beginning of June through the end of November, and it reaches its peak between August and the end of October.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) originally forecasted a normal season for 2012, but recently upped its prediction because of wind patterns and water temperatures that are warmer than usual.
Between five and eight hurricanes are now predicted and it is expected that two or three of them could turn into major hurricanes. This is the time to set in a few supplies and make sure you have a waterproof basement. Have you ever had it professionally inspected by an experienced basement waterproofer?
Any one rainstorm can add enough pressure to force water into a basement. Years of moisture and basement dampness slowly cause structural damage. Mold and mildew can also cause structural damage over time.
You can learn how to check for basement moisture or water damage at http://www.vulcanwaterproofing.com/how_to_check_for_basement_water_damage.htm . Here you can learn about the early warning signs of water problems in your basement. Vulcan Basement Waterproofing has a downloadable handbook about basement waterproofing and a downloadable Do-It Yourself Guide (DIY) Guide.
On the Vulcan Basement Waterproofing site you will find lots of helpful information on basement ventilation, mold and mildew, sump pump installation, French drains, and a host of things you can do to protect your investment in your home.
Vulcan Basement Waterproofing in NY, NJ, CT, Philadelphia, and the Delaware Valley even offers a free home inspection and consultation.
Visit our website to learn more: www.VulcanWaterproofing.com
It pays to be prepared.