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Spring time is here! The birds are back, the flowers begin to bloom, the grass is green again. So far, spring in Connecticut has been marked by cool and mostly rainy days. While all that moisture helps your garden grow, a generally unwelcome and unpleasantly fragrant bloom might be also making a ...
04/30/2013
Local businesses are the cornerstone of our community and the key to real, local sustainability. They provide job opportunities and supply the community with a wide range of services and products, which in turn, help boost the local economy and improve the lives of everyone in our towns and citie...
04/12/2013
Raising awareness about renewable energy and energy efficiency were one of the highlights of last week’s 25thAnnual Home and Garden Show in Dryden. The event, which took place between March 9 and 10, 2013 at the TC3 Community College, attracted area homeowners interested in all aspects of home im...
04/01/2013
    A sump pump is crucial to protecting your home against floods and ground water.  It will remove water from the basement whether you need it on a daily basis, only after heavy rains, or during a plumbing mishap. It's also important to have an additional sump pump that will kick in during an em...
10/04/2012
 Guest Post by Basement Systems Great Britain Nowadays there's a lot of talk in Britain about being wise in the way we use energy. The popular media is full of tips about how to cut down on heating bills.  One of the lesser known ways to do this is to finish the basement and ensure that it's wate...
10/04/2012
This basement repair company in Baltimore can fix your basement and foundation issues the right way! Regardless if you have a basement that leaks, moisture in your crawlspace, malfunctioning sump pump or just want to finish off that unused basement space, Pete Westera’s Basement Systems USA is he...
10/04/2012
  For the British homeowner, water leakage in the cellar is a nightmare to deal with and an all too common occurrence. If it has happened once, it's sure to happen again. Shutting the door on the problem won't make it go away. It doesn't matter how new the house is, a cellar can still leak. This ...
09/25/2012
I am a big DIYer. I love tackling home imporvement projects on my own, (especially the ones that give me an excuse to put my power tools to a good use). I am also quite frugal. If I can do it myself, why pay somebody else? However, I always keep in mind that I will need to draw the line at some p...
01/24/2012
Pete Karreman, owner of Omni Basement Systems, our dealer in Ontario, Canada was always a "think outside the box" type of business man, never afraid of stepping out of his comfort zone.  Having recently purchased a new home, he was faced with the challenge of selling his old home, in a competitiv...
11/30/2011
As the housing market slowly recovers from a combination of mortgage crisis, credit crunch, and overall economic instability, we’re seeing what industry experts call a "buyers market": lower prices and many choices. While this reality is quite empowering for prospective buyers, it poses an extra ...
11/02/2011
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