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Repair and Restoration

Keep your house healthy

Building envelope repair and restoration involves fixing or replacing the external parts of a building that shield it from the weather, like the roof, walls, windows, and doors. These parts can deteriorate over time due to exposure to elements like UV rays and weather conditions. The aim of building envelope repair and restoration is to detect and resolve these issues to prevent problems such as water leakage, air leaks, and other issues that can compromise the building's structure and affect indoor comfort and air quality. The restoration process may include repairing or replacing damaged materials, applying protective coatings, and upgrading insulation and ventilation systems to enhance energy efficiency and overall performance.
We provide our expertise to diagnose and repair any failures in residential building envelopes.

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Types of Failures

What we work on

  • Ice damming

  • Attic rain and ventilation issues

  • Water leaks

  • Moisture or humidity problems

  • Mould

  • Poor air quality or ventilation

  • Drafts

  • Missing or thin insulation in walls or attics

  • Door or window issues

  • Foundation leaks or cracks

  • Weathered or damaged roofing or siding

  • Poor landscape grading and drainage

  • Anything related to the performance of the building envelope.

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After we've performed an inspection and all necessary investigation to understand the cause of a problem, we offer repair and restoration services to ensure the problem is fixed appropriately.

We also offer consulting services if you are a builder or have the resources to fix a problem yourself. We can bring our experience and perspective to your home or project at any stage. Our goal is to achieve a positive outcome for everyone involved.

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Consider investing in home performance upgrades to improve your home's thermal comfort, indoor air quality, durability, and energy efficiency

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