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It is time to clean out your eves troughs

April 5th, 2012 by The Waterproofer

No one likes to clean out their eves troughs and make sure that they are in good shape. It is a dirty job that is out of sight and can easily be put off. It is the number one preventative thing you can do to keep water out of your basement. If your waterproofing is reaching the end of its life cycle, you may be able to put off waterproofing for a period of time by managing the water coming off of your roof. An average size roof will shed 500-1000 gallons of water when one inch of rain falls. Don’t put this work off. It is much harder to clean water up out of the basement and have to repair all the damage that will occur than spend an hour or two cleaning the eves.

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