T-Ross Brothers Construction Inc

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How do I waterproof my basement without getting a sump pump. Water comes in during strong rain at one side of the wall where there is brick chimney outdoors,
Feb 4, 2016
Each home is different, so it is suggested that you have it all inspected before making a decision as to what to do about it. My best friend just had a similar issue, snow melt caused his to flood, it ... read more
Last edited Apr 14, 2016 11:41am
Can someone provide tips on how to repair sagging gutters?
Mar 5, 2014
Sagging gutters can be an easy fix depending on the severity / condition of the existing material.  Hidden hangers in the appropriate size (5" or 6") can be used to lift up the sagging areas in order ... read more

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