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Jerry's Waterproofing
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Foundation Repair, Basement Waterproofing, Radon Service, Egress Window Installation, and Crawlspace Repair
Foundation Repair, Basement Waterproofing, Radon Service, Egress Window Installation, and Crawlspace Repair

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Both Nebraska and Iowa have high levels of radon in their soil. Most homeowners do not realize that radon testing is both easy and low-cost. If your home happens to be one out of every fifteen with a high level of radon, Jerry's Waterproofing provides professional, cost-effective, and life-saving radon mitigation services. See our blog, http://www.jerryswaterproofing.com/blog/2017/06/19/radon-testing-is-low-cost-and-life-saving/
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Tired of having contractors who are unprofessional, late, and leave a mess? Our customers not only value our professional services, they value the professional way we treat them. Read our blog about what they value in a contractor and what they have to say about the outstanding customer service at Jerry's Waterproofing. Contact us at 800-335-3779. Read our blog at http://www.jerryswaterproofing.com/blog/2017/06/09/customers-recommend-our-services/ . 
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Have recent rains caused problems with basement flooding or dampness in your Iowa or Nebraska home? Read our blog about what to do immediately after your basement floods and how Jerry's Waterproofing can help you prevent it from ever happening again. See http://www.jerryswaterproofing.com/blog/2017/05/09/flooded-basement-after-recent-rains/
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Spring and summer rains often lead to problems with poor yard drainage. Excess water can create havoc with yards, concrete surfaces, basements, and foundations. Call Jerry's Waterproofing for ways to prevent and solve problems with excess water. See http://www.jerryswaterproofing.com/blog/2017/04/28/protecting-your-home-during-springtime-rains/.
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Many homeowners ask when is the best time to do radon testing in their homes.The short answer is that it depends on whether you plan to do short-term or long-term testing. The EPA estimates that one out of fifteen homes have an unsafe level of radon, so the most important thing is that you test your home for radon every few years or so and every time there is a change in the structure of your home or conditions surrounding it. For further information, see our blog at http://www.jerryswaterproofing.com/blog/2017/03/15/when-to-test-for-radon/.
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