Thunderstorms Hit Central Alabama Sparking Basement and Crawl Space Water Concerns
Severe weather reared its destructive head throughout the day yesterday leaving behind much of its rage on Jefferson and Shelby Counties. Today, homeowners are noticing what some are calling the worst damage from a thunderstorm. With such an introduction to spring, one specialist is urging homeowners to protect their investments now before the weather worsens.
The experts at AFS Foundation & Waterproofing Specialists are urging homeowners to evaluate the condition of their basements and crawl spaces after this recent storm. Most importantly, look for any traces of water. Many homeowners avoid their basements or crawl spaces, but these areas have a vast affect on the indoor air quality because of mold, insect infestations, humidity, and more.
Contact Alabama Foundation Specialists today for more information about how to protect against basement and crawl space damage. They offer free estimates for crawl space repair in Alabama. It’s been estimated that yesterday’s storm left 45,000 Alabamans without power by around 9 p.m. when the outages reached their peak. Thankfully, this number has decreased. About 5,400 homes throughout the state remain powerless, with 78% of those living in Jefferson County.
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