The constant threat of heavy wind and rain from afternoon storms may leave you in a continuous state of anxiety, especially if you are away from home when a bad storm occurs.
It seems that your kitchen roof leaks only after a heavy rain, especially if it's accompanied by strong winds. If it leaks when you are away, you can't place a trash can or bucket under the leak to minimize water damage or try to move vulnerable objects from the leak area.
With winter here, home owners all over the country are being subjected to extreme weather. Heavy rain, wind, and large amounts of melting snow can cause damage to the earth surrounding your home, potentially unearthing or crushing pipes in the process. If you've recently been through a bad storm, it's a good idea to have your sewer line checked out.
Check For Problems Indoors
The first signs of a sewer line problem can usually be detected indoors.
If you are ready to build a new home and would like for it to feature as many energy-efficient materials as possible, it is important to be aware of your options from the ground up. For instance, by modifying the construction of the crawl space under your home, less air will leak in or out of that area and you can expect to see lower heating and cooling costs. In addition, if you opt for your home to be made of recycled stainless steel, you could be saving the lives of up to 50 trees.