Sometimes, keeping it simple is the most effective way to do something. The same thing can be said about our basement waterproofing system.
Prep: Remove any existing coating & make sure it’s dry.
Prime: 1 coat of Permaflex (do 2 prime coats for cinder block ).
Patch: 2 parts Liquid Rubber Base (LRB) mixed with 1 part Thickening Activator (TAV) to fill voids/cracks plus wall/wall and wall/floor junctures.
Topcoat: Final topcoat of Permaflex
Indoor air pollution is often the culprit behind allergic reactions, nausea, headaches, and even heart disease. Exposure to mold, radon, and chemical emissions can affect your health long term. The risks are higher among people who spend the majority of their time indoors. It is estimated that more than four million people die prematurely from diseases caused by indoor air pollutants. Cleaning up the air in your home can improve your overall health and ward off diseases.
Indoor Air Pollution Can Kill You
The side effects of indoor air pollution go beyond allergies and general discomfort. Most people develop eye irritations, respiratory diseases, dizziness, sore throat, vomiting, rapid heartbeat, fever, and chills. Inhaling or touching mold can cause watery eyes, rashes, pneumonia, and lethargy. Radon has been linked to an increased risk of lung cancer, leukemia, respiratory lesions, and DNA damage. Secondhand smoke may lead to asthma attacks, stroke, cancer, and coronary heart disease.
Most people feel better after removing the air pollutants. However, asbestos and other chemicals can cause deadly diseases that show up much later. In rare cases, indoor air pollution may trigger breathing difficulties, hearing loss, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and stroke. If you’re feeling tired and have low energy, allergies, and recurring infections, check the air quality in your home.
Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
The first thing you should do is to identify the air pollutants affecting your health. These may include animal dander, house dust mites, gas stoves, solvents, phthalates, or cleaning agents. Clean up your house using a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter. If possible, replace conventional household products with non-toxic, organic cleaning products.
Open the windows a few times a day to keep fresh air circulating. Consider using an air purifier and a humidifier. Replace the filters in your heating system regularly to get rid of dust and airborne particles. Use pure essential oils or diffusers instead of commercial air fresheners. These simple lifestyle changes can help reduce indoor air pollution and boost your overall health.
Hidden Sources of Indoor Air Pollution
Some of the obvious indoor air pollutants such as house dust mites, stoves etc., should already be on your radar, but have you ever considered your cookware or showerhead?
There are many “hidden” pollutants in the home that most homeowners overlook or just unaware of the pollutants it holds.
The showerhead is one of the notorious sources of pollution. It is estimated that you can absorb 100 times more chlorine in a 10-minute shower than drinking a gallon of that same water. It is recommended that not only do you put a filter on your drinking water but your shower water as well to minimize absorption. Without a filter, toxic chlorine will become airborne throughout the home.
The carpet may feel nice between the toes but it’s a bad choice in regards to protecting indoor air quality. The fibers trap dander and dust triggering allergy and asthma attacks. The most beneficial way of getting rid of harmful dust would be damp-mopping hardwood or bamboo floors however if you still want carpet, choose Green Label Products, which are said to contain lower VOC levels.
The Sani-Tred Solution
Sani-Tred blocks mold causing moisture and 99% of radon a radioactive gas that is present in homes worldwide and is responsible for 21,000 cancer deaths in the US annually. The University of Wisconsin lab tested Sani-Tred and found it effective at blocking 99% of Radon from entering homes in addition to it’s permanent waterproofing effects. Call 1-866-784-3308 or visit http://sanitred.com/radon-gas-elimination/ to learn more.
Buying a home is a huge decision, and you want make sure your home is a good investment not a money-pit. According to The American Society of Home Inspectors over 60 percent of basements in existing homes have a moisture problem. There are certain indicators to look for that may be clues that there is dampness in a basement. Clues are just indicators so they are not definite and could be misleading. Mildew, mold and rust can all be due to moisture penetrating the basement, but they can also be due to summer’s hot and humid air coming into contact with the cool basement walls.
The truth is that signs of water seepage just indicate that moisture or water has, at some time in the past, seeped into a basement. These signs do not tell you how often this has happened or the extent of the problem. However they may definitely call for caution, and definitely the need for a professional home inspection.
These are some signs of water seepage:
Mold, Mildew, Damage on Finishes, Water Stains, etc.
In addition to these, other signs of moisture seepage are if cardboard boxes on the floor are sagging, floor tiles are lifting, plaster or drywall is crumbling, peeling paint, there are discolored or rotted wood items near or on the floor, and/or crumbling concrete.
If you notice the nails in the baseboards or wall paneling are rusty, or if the metal electrical boxes have rust on them or rust has started appearing on the feet of appliances, you may very well have a wet or moist basement on your hands.
This is a whitish colored mineral deposit frequently observed on the inside of foundation walls. When water has seeped through the basement walls and evaporates it leaves mineral deposits behind. People often assume that the more efflorescence you have, the bigger problem you have. But the truth is that the drier the air is in the basement, the faster moisture evaporates and this leads to more mineral deposits. If a dehumidifier was used in a basement you will see more efflorescence appearing. Efflorescence on a basement walls does indicate moisture has seeped in, but it doesn’t tell you how severe the problem is or whether this is actively happening right now.
If you see signs that the basement walls have been repaired, either interior or exterior, this suggests that there have been problems with the basement being wet in the past. Look for areas of patching using bituminous “black tar” materials or products, cement patching, or any number of waterproofing products.
Remember, clues are not conclusive. They are only indicators and can be misleading. If you do see indications of water seepage on a home you are buying during your home inspection, speak to the homeowner about these clues before hiring a contractor to waterproof the house, as the water seepage problem could have already been solved. If the homeowner put in buried drain pipes or solved the water seepage problem by coating or sealing the outside of the foundation wall, you would not be able to actually see the correction.
When you first identify a problem with a wet basement, you should first determine that the source of the water is not from inside the house. A plumbing leak connected to a washing machine, water heater or a malfunctioning cooling system can all be mistaken for basement leakage. And during the hot summer months, condensation can occur on cold water pipes and on the cool foundation walls. These too can be mistaken for water seepage.
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The American Society of Home Inspectors, which is a nonprofit association of professional home inspectors, claims that 60% of houses in the U.S. have problems with moisture and these problems are most often found in basements that are chronically damp or even wet.
A likely source of this water intrusion against the basement wall is surface water seeping down towards the wall. If a large area of the lawn or garden drains down to a low point near or at the wall, this could easily be where the water is seeping into the basement.
Very often poor grading around the house is the problem. The backfill surrounding a house is commonly not very well compacted due to the potential of damaging foundation walls. During the first several years, the soil will usually settle lower so the grading may need to be redone.
By regrading the exterior of the home, water can be drained away from the structure, rather than draining towards it. This usually takes care of the problem of damp or wet basements. The ideal grade would have the ground sloping downwards away from the house, measuring one inch per foot for at least the first six feet surrounding the house. Sealed or impenetrable surfaces like an asphalt driveway can have less of a slope as almost any downwards slope would be effective.
When patios, driveways or sidewalks have to be lifted, the work can get expensive, but with lawn or garden areas, all you need to do is add some soil and then firmly pack it down. Gravel is not recommended since water flows through it so easily. Firmly compacted soil, which will direct most of the water across the surface, works best.
In certain low areas like window wells and basement stairwells, water is easily collected. Drains need to be added in the bottom of these areas and to be safe they should be frequently cleared of debris. Homeowners can also use clear plastic dome covers to cover basement window wells and these keep water out. They do allow light to enter the basement, but no ventilation. It really is vitally important to grade the areas around all window wells.
Some houses suffer from a wet basement in wintertime only. The reason for this is even in severely cold weather there is a heat loss coming from the basement, which thaws the soil around the foundation, causing it to become porous. In every other spot the ground is impermeable because it is frozen. This causes water from those surrounding areas to flow across the surface and to sink into the porous soil around the foundation. This is why the soil around houses should be properly graded.
Even if leakage into the basement isn’t a chronic problem, good drainage away from the home should be incorporated when doing any work on the driveway or on the landscaping. If good grading simply is not possible, then catch basins would be the solution.
Any water needs to be directed towards the catch basins, which should always have a drainage system attached. Catch basins must be maintained on a regular basis, as they tend to clog and heave from frost. To keep your basement dry, make sure you regularly maintain your catch basins.
Where it is not possible to drain water away from the structure for at least six feet, due to a home next door, for example, the best solution is to have a lower area between the two structures directing water through a trough away from both homes. If this is impossible, you may need to install a catch basin with a good reliable drainage system.
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Most molds can be safely removed yourself using common household products and tools. There are many types of mold and mildew that thrive in basement environments. It’s always the best idea to take preventative measures to stop mold and mildew from forming, and to remove mold for better optimum air quality and better health. However, it is very important to note that it is not always a do-it-yourself job. Not all molds are alike, and yet they can have a very similar appearance. At least one form of ‘toxic black mold’ Stachybotrys chartarum can be more harmful to health, and professional remediation might be necessary when dealing with that mold in your home. For all other types of common household molds, these steps should give great results and protect your family and your home.
Step 1: Make sure that this is a do-it-yourself project!
If the mold is extensive it might be appropriate to seek professional mold remediation help. You may want to check the type of mold you are dealing with by having a sample tested by a professional. Look under Industrial Hygiene Consultants or Environmental and Ecological Consultants in the phone book. Or call your local public health department.
Step 2: Take necessary precautions to protect yourself and the environment before starting.
- Wear old clothes and shoes that you can launder or throw away after the cleanup work.
- Wear a respirator approved for black mold (N-95), in addition to goggles and gloves.
- Set a fan in a window to ventilate the room while working. Tape plywood or cardboard around the window openings so the spores can’t blow back in.
- Wrap and tape moldy carpeting in 6-mil plastic, and double-bag mold-infested debris in garbage bags for disposal.
- To control airborne spores, moisten moldy areas with a garden sprayer while you work.
- Turn off your furnace and air conditioner and cover ducts and doors to contain spores.
Step 3: Mold removal from large areas.
Clear the area of furniture and remove any carpeting. If mold is visible on walls, the affected areas of drywall needs to be removed and replaced. Vaccum any debris, and wash the area thoroughly with a 1:8 solution of bleach and water. Allow the solution to penetrate the area and dry. Then wash the floor with a household cleaner, and leave a dehumidifier running for at least 3 days. Replace affected drywall and repaint walls with a waterproof paint to prevent new mold. Seal porous wood surfaces with shellac. Alternative mold cleaners can be used including borax, tea tree oil, straight white vinegar, or quaternary disinfectants.
Step 4: Mold removal from smaller areas.
If mold or mildew needs to be removed from a smaller basement area, the removal procedures fairly simple. Mold can form, for example, in a basement bathroom, or on kitchen area wall grout. On these smoother surfaces in smaller areas, wash the area with a 1:8 mixture of bleach and water. Use a scrub brush if necessary. A second washing might be necessary. Do not add any household cleaners to your bleach mixture.
Step 5: Mold prevention.
After mold has been removed, take steps to prevent mold and mildew from forming. Keeping the area as dry as possible is most important. Deal with any structural issues that allow water into the basement, and consider running a dehumidifier. Learn more about mold at http://www.epa.gov/mold/moldguide.html.
The Sani-Tred Solution
One of the single biggest factors that leads to mold is the presence of moisture. Sani-Tred permanently waterproofs basements and more and blocks 99% of Radon gas. Our products are safe, solvent free, non-flammable, and low VOC. We provide detailed instructions and phone support to apply our products like a pro. Product comes with a lifetime warranty call 1-866-784-3308 or visit http://sanitred.com/basement-waterproofing/ to learn more.
Do you feel like your house is shrinking over the years as your family is growing? You might not need to buy a bigger house. The average American home has 600-800+ square feet of un-utilized or underutilized space in the basement. A remodel can turn dark, dank storage into a bright useable space. Homeowners can spend as little as $1,000-$6,000 for a basic remodel and as much as $60,000 for extensive upgrades.
A great place to start is laying out a plan of what you want to accomplish in the space and then find the perfect contractor for your project. Use our simple Basement Remodeling Cost Calculator to estimate the cost of your basement remodel.
How do you find a good contractor?
- Do some online research check the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and Angie’s List
- Make sure company or contractor is Licensed and Bonded
- Request and check References
- Look into the Company’s History
- Find out if company has earned any Certificates or Awards
- Have a Written Contract spelling out details
Alternately you can save 20% or more by doing the work yourself, many tools can be rented from Home Depot or similar. You can also just hire contractors for the parts you need help with. If nothing else most everyone can paint.
Moisture in a basement is exceptionally common and where there’s moisture, there is mold. Mold can be very dangerous and cause many health hazards so its very important to take the proper actions regarding mold remediation since your going to be hanging out in your new basement.
The first step is to assess the extent of the mold: look for where it’s located; test to identify the strain. Secondly, you have to remove the mold. If you need to remove mold anymore than 10 square feet it’s critically important that you let mold professionals proceed with the remediation process. Thirdly, you want to prevent the mold from returning. This is where waterproofing comes in.
Waterproofing is very important when remodeling your basement. You should talk to your contractor and ensure that he (or she) has a very full-proof waterproofing system that will last the lifetime of the structure. The waterproofing system should seal all cracks, holes, surface pores, joints, walls and floors. Waterproofing your basement can vary in cost, anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 A strong waterproofing system will ensure a stable and health environment for your basement.
Putting in a bathroom requires plumbing installation as well as installing a waste line to let bathroom water out. The labor and expenses of putting a bathroom in will jack up the project cost significantly, anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000.
I’m sure you want to watch the big game in your crash pad and you probably want a decent looking floor to wow your guests. The average cost of putting a new floor in is $2,000 if you go with carpet.
Drywall is the most common option for walls in remodels, but finishing the concrete or using pre-made wall panels are alternatives. The choice of wall type and need for insulation will impact the final cost, but the average is about $1,500.
Ceiling height and options for materials may be influenced by the construction of your home and its systems, since the placement of plumbing and wiring overhead can affect installations. While drywall ceiling look higher end drop ceiling are often used in basements for their high flexibility, and easy access to electrical, and plumbing. The choice of ceiling will impact the price but the average is around $2,000.
Electrical and Lighting
Your electric installation can cost you anywhere from $2,000 to $6,000. Again, it just depends on what you want and how big of a project it is. Installing well-planned lighting is very important in basements, which often have little or no natural light. The average cost of of lighting is about $1300 for a basement remodel.
Now your ready to put in the good stuff! The home movie system, the big cozy recliner or recliners and lets not forget, the stocked bar. The average cost of this is around $2-3,000. Now this will vary of course, as furnishing your basement can be as expensive or as inexpensive as you want it to be.
The scope of your remodeling job can be complex and expensive or simple and reasonable. Depending on what you want, what needs to be done, and how big the project but knowing where the money is being spent is key.
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Are Ozone Generating Air Purifiers Effective At Removing Indoor Air Pollutants?
Some companies are touting Ozone Generators as cure-alls for indoor air pollution. Intentionally filling your living space with Ozone will make your home smell like a “ fresh mountain breeze,” is the claim. Many consumers have purchased these class of purifiers hoping to remove mold, mildew, odors, and bacteria, or other biological pollutants from homes and basements after flooding etc. Manufacturers of air purifiers have used names “activated oxygen,” “super oxygen,” and “saturated oxygen” to describe Ozone.
But what is Ozone exactly?
Ozone, or O3, is a molecule made up of three oxygen atoms. These three oxygen atoms form a toxic gas that is highly reactive with other gases in the air. Atmospheric Ozone found high up in the “Ozone Layer” is quite helpful, and protects us by shielding us from harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Ground level Ozone often called smog is not helpful and can cause a variety of health problems.
The Effects of Ozone on the Body
Ozone as a toxic gas is very harmful to the lungs. Exposure to ozone can lead to trouble breathing, inflammation in the lungs and lining of the respiratory tract. Long-term exposure can lead to permanent lung damage, and less resistance to respiratory disease.
Symptoms of Ozone exposure include coughing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness/pain. People with Asthma can experience attacks, and worsened symptoms. People with chronic health conditions increase their chances of dying with repeated exposure to high levels of Ozone.
How Effective Is Ozone At Removing Indoor Contaminants?
Scientific studies have demonstrated that Ozone does very little to counteract indoor contaminants except at extremely unsafe levels. In fact at FDA approved levels Ozone does little to purify air, remove dust and pollen, or kill bacteria, viruses, or mold despite advertising hype made by manufacturers.
Ozone Generators Actually Increase Indoor Air Pollution
Far from removing household contaminants, ozone actually combines with common household chemicals to produce formaldehyde. The levels of ozone produced by some air purifiers in EPA tests were actually equal to a Level One Smog Alert.
What are safe ways to eliminate indoor air pollutants?
Eliminating or controlling pollutant sources of moisture, chemicals, and bacteria at the source is always the best option. Increasing ventilation from the outdoors can be a big help. Using HEPA filters in heating, and air systems can remove a lot of pollutants, and allergens from air. Also using air purifiers that have proven safe, and effective.
Ozone Generator Fast Facts
- Ozone is not Oxygen but actually closer to Smog
- Ozone has proven to be harmful to respiratory health
- Ozone has not been proven to eliminate pollutants
- Learn More at The EPA Ozone FAQ or Connecticut Department of Public Health
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Sani-Tred permanently waterproofs basements, and more eliminating problem moisture that causes bacteria, mold, and other harmful pollutants. Our products block 99% of harmful Radon gas. Our products are safe, solvent free, non-flammable, and low VOC. Sani-Tred has been trusted by over 100,000 customers.
We provide detailed instructions and phone support to apply our products like a pro. Product comes with a lifetime warranty call 1-866-784-3308 or visit our basement waterproofing page to learn more.
Efflorescence is a problem that commonly exists in masonry and concrete block foundations. If you look closely at your basement wall, you might see a white fuzzy build up. This is efflorescence. You don’t need to worry about this being dangerous; it’s just salt seeping out from soil, clay, or Portland cement. More than anything else, it’s an indication that you have a problem with moisture and if this isn’t treated properly it can result in deterioration.
Investing in a home is a lifetime decision; therefore the safety of a home is a super important consideration. Often houses are constructed in flood prone areas, or with high groundwater. In fact according to the American Society of Home Inspectors, more than 60 percent of American homes suffer from below-ground wetness [source: http://www.homeinspector.org]. It doesn’t take much water to cause thousands of dollars of damage, and health hazards from mold, and mildew.
Sump pumps are small pumps installed in the lowest part of a basement or crawlspace. Its job is to help keep the area under the building dry and to prevent it from flooding. Usually, sump pumps are installed in specially constructed sump pits. Water flows into the sump pit through drains or by natural water migration through the soil. The sump pump’s job is to pump the water out of the pit and away from the building so the basement or crawlspace stays dry.
Sump pumps can clear the settled water in the basement after heavy rains, snow, and after flooding situations. In floods and bad weather situations electricity power outages are normal. Which is why some sump pumps have a battery backup to prevent failure. In flood prone areas sump pumps are as essential as any other household item.
Mold and mildew can quickly occur after so water needs to be flushed out as soon as possible. In addition to functional usefulness sump pumps do not deface the interior of your home, because they can easily be concealed.
Sump pumps can be used during heavy rains and many types are available on the market with single pump, double pump and even with three pumps options. It depends upon the size of area needing to be covered and how often that area is prone to floods and/or precipitation. Sump pumps with double and three pumps provide back up in case of failure of pump. Sump pumps should be serviced regularly to prevent failure.
Despite the usefulness of sump pumps in emergency situations they also have some shortcomings, they do require electricity, and just like any machine can fail even ones with battery backups. Leaving you high, and not dry. There can be some bad smells related to water sitting in the sump pump. It also can be an opening in your basement that can allow hazardous radon into your home.
The Sani-Tred Alternative
The Sani-Tred system has been trusted by over 100,000 do it yourselfers and contractors to permanently waterproof basements and more. Sani-Tred permanently bonds with concrete forming a shield against water permanently eliminating the need for sump pumps and other destructive forms of mitigating water in basements. Don’t take our word for it read what one customer had to say:
“I’m happy to say that I have no sump pumps running right now. That’s saying a lot when you consider that this time last year I had 6 pumps running, with 4 that never ever shut off.
Our property suffers from a seasonally perched water table. Needless to say, it was a complete surprise our first winter when 3 x 1/2 HP 2″ discharge pumps weren’t enough to keep the water out. We had a second pit dug and added more pumps but it still wasn’t enough in the spring (and we had 2000′ of 6″ tile on our property!).
I’m now patched and completely happy. No pumps even after a 3″ rain and a 2 foot snow melt! Now we just need to get the insurance companies to recognize how much money this is going to save them in order to lower my rates” – J. Kennedy
To find out more about how we can help you with your basement call our experts at 1-866-784-3308 or visit http://www.sanitred.com/basement-waterproofing today.
Black mold (Stachybotrys chartarum) is a toxic mold that can lead to severe and the long term effects of black mold lead to long-lasting health problems. It is not as commonly found as other household molds. It can still be found indoors and appears as a greenish black mass. It will feel slimy and wet to touch and will appear powdery. This fungi thrives on substances that are high in cellulose such as paper, gypsum board, lint, fiberboard, and wood.
Mold spores travel through air and thrive on surfaces that have moisture. They can be in homes and offices and schools without anyone knowing about the existence of the mold, which is why it is important to know the symptoms of black mold exposure. The latest research has found connections between exposure to mold and a diverse range of health problems for which we did not know the causes before. There are a variety of diseases and long term effects of black mold that are caused by fungi. These are:
- Respiratory infections
- Bronchitis (lung infection)
- Balkan nephropathy (disorder of the kidney)
- Reye’s syndrome (causes brain and liver swelling)
- Hepatocellular carcinoma (cancer in the cells of the liver)
- Kashin-Beck disease (disease of the joints and bones)
Black mold, especially is up to 40 times more toxic if inhaled than if ingested. Even if the black mold in the environment is not releasing toxins actively, people are still in danger. Exposure to black mold can cause:
- Cold and flu
- Sore throat
- Memory loss
- Muscle aches
- Autoimmmune disease
- Rashes and dermatitis
- Pulmonary hemorrhage
- Disease that is similar to emphysema
- There are possibilities that SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can be caused by long-term exposure to black mold.
- In infants, vomiting and diarrhea
In fact, mold can be far more lethal than even heavy metals when there is exposure. Fungi can mutate rapidly and sidetrack your immune system, while also preventing your immune system from working, which is a deadly double-pronged approach.
People who are already having sensitivities and allergies will be even more susceptible to mold and have more severe symptoms of black mold exposure. If a person smells mold, it can directly impact the brain, so sinusitis caused by mold can even cause brain infections that are serious.
If caught early, mold exposure can be treated effectively. For this, it is important to know what black mold exposure symptoms are. Knowing these and looking out for them can be potentially lifesaving. If identified, it would be best to see a physician immediately and get the environment cleaned to eliminate all toxic black mold. These black mold exposure symptoms are:
- Fits of sneezing
- Irritation of the eyes, such as water, red, or itchy eyes
- Irritation of the throat
- Chest tightness
- Difficulty breathing
- Stuffy nose
- Skin irritation
In infants, the symptoms are related to the respiratory system, which could be a cough or a wheeze that does not go away, no matter what the treatment.
The Sani-Tred Solution Stop Mold at The Source
Mold and mildew need water to grow Sani-Tred stops Mold before it can start by permanently waterproofing your basement. The waterproofing solution trusted by over 100,000 customers. We offer mini sample packs with a Double Your Money Back Guarantee. Our Products our 99% effective at preventing harmful Radon Gas from entering foundations.
Our products are safe, solvent free, non-flammable, and low VOC We provide detailed instructions and phone support to apply our products like a pro. Product comes with a lifetime warranty call 1-866-784-3308 or visit http://sanitred.com/basement-waterproofing/ to learn more.