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Attic Inspection Of Bats

Despite their sometimes repulsive aspect, bees, bats, ants or even spiders all have an important role to play in nature. As long as mice remain in  fields and birds in the trees, everything is for the best in the best of worlds. It is when these creatures sneak behind the siding, in walls or attics of our homes that real…

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Cooking odors, cigarette smoke or even vehicle exhaust: anyone who has ever lived in a condo or apartment knows full well the inconvenience that may cause odor diffusion problem. Often, after a short investigation, you realize that these odors come from a neighboring dwelling or underground garage. Read this review to understand the route taken by the odors inside a…

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Replacement And Window Repair

If you live in a house where air drafts are part of it, you might think you’re literally throwing your money away. So you consider replacing your windows, but are they actually responsible for your discomfort and your high heating bills? If saving money is your main goal, there may be other more effective and less costly methods to achieve…

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The sun rises on your home, its rays warming you through the window. You admire the squirrels as they rummage through your garden while thinking back with obvious pleasure to the day you purchased your home. Little do you know that, as you’re taking a sip from your cup of coffee, the infamous dry rot is wreaking havoc underneath your…

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Infrared Inspection

Each winter, while a Siberian wind is whistling outside, we are presented with the traditional news report on thermal imaging surveys. According the pseudo-experts who show us these funny red and blue images, there is almost nothing they cannot see with their camera. Yet, unless asking Superman for a favor, no thermal camera can see through walls. Read our article and see…

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Ice Damn On Roof

It's winter and you just got back from shopping. Your gaze is attracted to your roof, where the brilliant sun makes the icicles dangling from your gutter glitter with a thousand lights. Suddenly, the enchantment gives way to doubts: is the weight of all this ice likely to tear the gutter? You take a look to the left and right, but none…

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When she contacted us for a water infiltration problem, our client expected the problem to be solved in a jiffy. Unfortunately, water infiltration are often the result of another, deeper problem and this was exactly the case for our client. But the quick response of our client allowed her to intervene before the sky fell on her head. Read our articleand see how signs of water infiltration…

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FLOOR DRAIN

When a plumbing fixture (kitchen sink, bathroom sink, etc.) is seldom use or not use, there is a great risk that the water in its p-trap will evaporate or empty, allowing the sewer odors to escape. Simply pouring a sufficient amount of water into the drain will fill the p-trap and prevent unpleasant odors from circulating. It is recommended to run water…

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EXTERIOR FAUCET

Although most of our modern homes are equipped with an exterior anti-freeze faucet system, there are still some small precautions to take as the cold season approaches. An anti-freeze faucet at first glance looks like standard faucets, but unlike the regular faucet, it is designed to be installed outdoors because it has a stem that shut off the water inside the heated building.

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When an exterior wall cladding is made of masonry, such as brick, a 25 mm (1 ") air gap is provided behind it to prevent rainwater on the surface of the brick from coming into contact with the structure of the walls. To allow drainage of water from the back of the siding and promote drying of this cavity, weep holes (openings) are…

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