A flood is an extreme weather event that no building can completely resist. Even a basement that has been waterproofed, for example, can still be filled with water if that water comes in through the front door or window of a home. However, it’s not just floods that can bring water into a basement. Heavy..

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Water coming into a home or workplace is bad, but it can be extremely hazardous to health in some cases. Sewage water backing up into drains and toilets is one such situation. Sewage water contains, among other things, the used water from toilets, including solid and liquid waste. Feces and urine are extremely high in..

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When people think about sewage water entering a building, the first thought that comes to mind is a flooded home with people sitting on the roof. While it’s true that sewage water can enter a home through doors and windows in a major flooding situation, this is not the only time property owners have to..

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Most people are worried about the kind of flooding that has waters flowing at street level or more, causing people to flee their homes or seek refuge on the roof because water levels are so high. In reality, however, while most floods don’t reach this level of severity, some come with a far greater risk..

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