Ground Trenching

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Trenching is just as the meaning of the word implies, rainfall hitting the ground or ground oriented surface, in a concentrated area, usually the straight line of a roof edge, the rain will dig into the ground creating a small trench.  The trenches are usually not visible in the very beginning of the life of a house.  Over time the homeowner discovers that small valleys, lines or trenches appear around the ...

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Fascia Board Rotting

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Fascia, or fascia boards, are part of a house that few people pay any attention to until it becomes acutely visible and an expensive problem to solve.

On 99% of houses, the outside edge of a roof ends and the outside walls begin.  The commonly angled slope of a roof ends and a vertical section of material, usually 6-10 inches in width, where gutters are hung, finish out the look of the ...

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Foundation Cracking

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The foundation of home is where a house meets the earth and becomes one with the ground.  Made of cinder blocks, bricks, concrete or even wood, the house is placed on a foundation to keep the actual house from touching the soil or ground.  The foundation allows space under a house so that the inner workings (plumbing, electricity, A/C, cable, etc.) can be accessed by either the homeowner or a professional ...

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