As winter approaches, many Houston homeowners start to think of how to best protect their home from the elements, as well as, keep their energy costs at bay.
The health of your crawl space can affect the health of your home. Many times the problems your crawl space is experiencing is steming from your foundation.
A pipe bursting under your home’s foundation can cause many problems.
You may be overwhelmed when you are told you need sewer line replacement in your Houston home. The best way to tackle the problem is to first educate yourself on what to expect. Take a look at the scope of this type of project here.
Enclosed crawl spaces are necessary to ensure the removal of unwanted heat and moisture, and makes it easier to access structures making repairs almost effortless.
An example is the gradual water damage due to a leak in an outdoor or indoor swimming pool or hot tub that has been improperly installed or built.
In addition to having to deal with the immediate damages caused by the storm, such as power outages and pipes bursting, many Houstonians now worry about the effects the severe winter weather could have had on their homes and foundations.
Not only do sewer overflows lead to unpleasant odor problems, but they can also cause property damage and unhealthy living conditions.
Even if you have already prepared your home for the chilly weather, here are a few simple maintenance tasks that could help you prevent damage to your home during the last few weeks of winter.