Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 by Anastasie Najem
It's a holiday that is fun to celebrate: candies, silly costumes, haunted houses, scary jumps. Get scared and feel that small scare on this day is a normal thing, but it shouldn't be something that you feel often. We are the end of October, but let's remember what happened towards the end of September: a tornado touched the region of Ottawa and Gatineau. This is a real horror story.
If you live near Ottawa, Gatineau ou surrounding cities, you might have had heavy water infiltrations that damaged your basement walls and floors, your crawl space, your foundations, and all the underground area of your house. We know how this can cause a feeling of panic and distress. You don't know what to do. All this is a horror story and the only thing you want is to get out of it. Every time you go downstairs in your basement, you feel that chilly breeze that gives you goosebumps, the air is heavy and humid, and you feel like there is a heavy weight on your shoulders. You also smell bad mold odors, but you don't know where they are coming from. You hear a weird noise, like a growl. Maybe someone is looking at you from the corner...
Groundwater infiltrations will be menace you as long as you ignore them. Even if you go upstairs, close the basement door behind you and try to ignore the beast that is being created downstairs, as long as you don't face it, it will always be there, growing and spreading more problems. But don't worry, we can guarantee that all this is only a temporary horror case if you let us be the hero of the story. We are the "Ghostbusters" of basements. We know where are problems hiding, how they hide in the decor, and what to do to find them and eliminate them at their source. We eliminate groundwater seepage and dehumidify your space. You will not feel cold or heavy air anymore. Our sump pumps are silent. You're done with old sump pumps that growl and scare you.
Your basement will not be haunted anymore. Call us to know more about how to chase basement demons on this Halloween day, but also all year long!