Monthly Archives: February 2016

Uncovering potential health risks in your basement…

assessing potential health risksThe functionality of basements has come a long way. Many homeowners are capitalizing on the additional living space and converting them into comfortable living spaces. But it’s vital that you make sure your basement offers a healthy environment for all occupants, regardless of whether the basement has been transformed or left in an unfinished state.

Basements have specific features that expose people and pets living in the home to certain risk factors, like mould, carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds and radon. Click here to learn more.

 

Your foundation under pressure….

news letter hydrostatic pressureEven on the sunniest of days, your foundation walls and floor may be keeping hundreds of gallons of water at bay. Never underestimate the power of water trapped underground. Click here to learn more about the devastating affects of hydrostatic pressure

Healthy basement, healthy home: the Basement Boss promise

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The New Year presents the opportunity to reflect on and assess what has been accomplished in the past, to consider new possibilities, and to reevaluate future goals.

Having done so, we at Basement Boss are well on our way to planning for a successful 2016.

However, the key components we bring to our exceptional customer service and the on-going success of our company will not change. These include:

  • Providing the highest quality products, service and workmanship.
  • Continuing to encourage clients to participate in preventative maintenance.
  • Providing clients with the latest information on basement health.
  • Continuing to appreciate the value of our exceptional staff.
  • Providing ongoing staff education.
  • And most importantly, we will continue to value our clients for their past and continuing patronage.

This is the Basement Boss promise to our customers. You can continue to expect superior service and satisfying results. We wish you all the best for a healthy and DRY 2016!

Sincerely

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Paul Smith president

Prestigious “Building Performance Institute” CERTIFICATION

bpi_logoOur E.Z. Breathe ventilation unit now carries the prestigious “Building Performance Institute” seal of certification and approval.

Consumers look for a Seal of Approval when they are buying products. Researching quality assurance yourself is often time consuming. Products certified with the Seal from the BPI are products that you can rely on.

How it works… BPI identifies the appropriate industry standard which the product will need to meet. The product is then tested by an independent accredited lab, proving that it meets the requirements of the standard. Once the lab report has been reviewed and approved by BPI, the product is eligible for listing on the BPI website and receiving the BPI Listing Mark.

What this means….. BPI only identifies leading industry products that meet home performance industry standards for energy upgrades to the home. The BPI seal of certification gives you the confidence to choose an E.Z. Breathe Ventilation unit for your home. Click here for more information about E.Z. Breathe

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                                                    Your prescription for improved indoor air quality

 

Click here for more info on BPI