Crack-X is listed in the Waterproofing Contractors Residential category in Rumford, Rhode Island. Displayed below are the social networks for Crack-X which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Crack-X on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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Rumford, RI 02842
(877) 272-2539

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Crack-X has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Crack-X has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Rumford, Rhode Island is 36 and in the Waterproofing Contractors Residential category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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How Does Snow Contribute to Leaking Basements? If an inch of melting snow produces 2700 gallons of water per...

How Does Snow Contribute to Leaking Basements? If an inch of melting snow produces 2700 gallons of water per acre, even a minor snow melt can deposit thousands of gallons of water around your foundation. If you combine melting snow and a springtime rainfall, the amount of water in the soil will be even greater and result in a significant rise in the height of the water table as well as a dramatic increase in the amount of hydrostatic pressure (water pressure) against a foundation. These environmental conditions represent a "stress test" on your foundation; if your foundation is vulnerable to penetration by ground water, you will end up having water in your basement. When the outside air temperature is warm, rain water is absorbed by the soil which will exert hydrostatic pressure against your foundation walls. During the winter, the ground is frozen so surface water absorption from the soil is virtually nil; as a result, the water produced by a snow melt pools on the surface until it finds a place to drain away. Your warm foundation thaws the soil next to your home, thus facilitating the flow of water into the soil around your foundation. Inevitably, some of that water is going to find its way down your foundation walls and end up in your basement.

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