During these times of uncertainty and economic fears, we have come to realize we have neglected many issues that seemed unimportant when things seemed to be going well. We expected our lives to continue on that course for many more years, and those pesky issues we were facing daily which seemed unsurmountable they seem unimportant now. But, one thing we have learned painfully during these uncertain times is that we are not well prepared to face too many uncertainties at once.
So, where do you start?
For many families, those issues are very personal and require some self-reflection. But, for many other families, now that we are in isolation, living 24/7 with every single member of the family in closed quarters, our homes have become the sanctuary we need and perhaps didn’t appreciate before. Now, more than ever, we realized the home we own is the biggest asset we own, and one that we must protect.
With the COVID-19 affecting every single person in the world, basement waterproofing is not at the top of priorities to worry about. Many families are financially hurting and many more are mourning the loss of a loved one.
At Pioneer Basement Waterproofing, we are a family-owned company that has been in operation since 1979, we are here for the long run and understand the issues affecting Northeast Ohio families. We live in the same communities you live in. If you have a basement waterproofing issue and want to take care of it now, contact our office, we offer solutions to all your basement waterproofing and foundation repair issues you may have.
Protecting our biggest asset should always be important. Now more than ever, daily if we wish, we can see the basement waterproofing issues we have. We can really do an assessment of the problems during a rain shower to see if we have issues with rainwater getting into the basement.
Even during these uncertain times, we must not neglect taking care of our home.
If you have questions or concerns about protecting your home during this pandemic, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention-CDC-, the center has issued many guidelines for dealing with the virus in your home and work.
To protect your home the basic guidelines are:
- Disinfect surfaces like doorknobs, tables, desks, and handrails regularly
- Increase ventilation by opening windows or adjusting air conditioning
- Clean hands at the door and at regular intervals
Practicing good hygiene is one of the most important steps when dealing with the virus and protecting yourself and your family.