4 MIN READDo you notice your windows leaking when it rains? Leaking windows cause household damages. A leaking window presents many household complications. Unwanted water seeping into your home and down your walls can cause structural and property damages as well as electrical hazards. Sopping wet carpet is not healthy, and wet floors are slippery and present potential slip and fall situations. Keeping warm and dry is a priority, as is keeping the rain and moisture outside of your home.
4 MIN READA sunroom, also known as a solarium, is maybe the cleverest way to enjoy nature's beauty and the sun's warmth without leaving your enclosed dwelling. In Latin, the word solarium means “a place of sunlight,” – which is why solariums are also referred to as sunrooms. The solarium is an enclosed room constructed of glass. Whichever term you use, the glass is so thick it enables the sunlight to heat the space even in the colder months of winter.
3 MIN READFrom the looks of it, your siding appears to be the main barrier that keeps rain from permeating your home. While siding sheds water away quickly, without other essential safeguards and layers of protection, siding can't control the rain from seeping into the structure or interior of your home. And like any other building materials, siding ages and weathers with time and eventually breaks down and falls apart.
4 MIN READWater damage represents one of the most prevalent kinds of home damage and ranks as the second most common household damage with home insurance claims. Costing billions of dollars annually, water damage impacts at least 1 in 50 homeowners each year.
4 MIN READA Pineapple Express is driven by a strong, southern branch of the polar jet stream and is marked by the presence of a surface frontal boundary which is typically either slow or stationary, with waves of low pressure traveling along its length. Each of these low-pressure systems brings enhanced rainfall.