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What Are Egress Windows?

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Egress Window Installations, Racine and Kenosha WI

What is an EGRESS WINDOW?

An egress window is a window that is easy to open that serves as an emergency exit for below ground living spaces.

If you have any sort of livings space like a family room, office or bedroom in your basement you are required to have an egress window installed.  This allows you the ability to escape fire or other situations if your staircase route is blocked.

Installation of an egress window may also include window wells or covers and grates.

Brewer Contracting can install your Egress Window, along with any additional products like the window wells and grates in your home here in Racine and Kenosha Wi.

Contact us with any questions or for an estimate on Egress Window Installations.

Bathroom, kitchen, home, remodeling, waterproofing, Racine, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Lake bluff, IllBrewer Contracting

3420 Washington Ave

RacineWi 53405

262-977-0713

ken@brewercontracting.com

Basement Problems You Shouldn’t Ignore

Basements are a place used to store items, create a living space, office space, and many has many other uses.  If you notice these issues, you will want to repair them right away.

MOLD

Preventing mold before it appears is best by keeping your basement dry.  Respiratory complications and allergies can be affected by mold growth.  Using moisture resistant building materials for walls and proper ventilation and dehumidifiers will help keep mold from growing.

Racine waterproofing, waterproofing, Kenosha, racine, basement waterproofingMUSTY ODORS

Moisture is the common cause of most musty odors.  Pests are another source.  If you notice a damp smell or odor, it is a likely bet that you are either dealing with a humidity issue that can be helped with the aid of a dehumidifier or possibly a small leak, or water seepage.  Contact a basement repair specialist who can help diagnose the issue before it becomes a major problem.

Rotting Carpet and Flooring

If you haven’t notice, Moisture is a big culprit in basement issues.  If you notice your carpet is rotting or wood flooring is warping or rotting.  Moisture again is the issue.  It would be best to find this issue and fix it before replacing the carpet or floor.

UNEVEN FLOOR

An uneven floor is a sign that you basement floor may be sinking.  Soil below the floor may be shifting and also causing your foundation to move too.  Cracks can appear and get worse over time.  Addressing this quickly can save you a lot of time and money in the long run.