At a social outing this weekend a former Saskatoon home inspector told me that he's "buying up as much drying equipment" as he can get his hands on right now. He's expecting a busy and profitable spring. We've had a lot of snow this winter. Some of that will end up in basements.
If the Weather Network's 14-day weather trend for Saskatoon is correct some of this snow is going to be melting. The good news is that it looks like it should be a slow melt. The bad news? A lot of ice will be created overnight. That ice could back up your gutters and downspouts and prevent water from moving away from your house. A lot of snow will produce a lot of water if the weather is even a little warmer than predicted. Act now to protect yourself from costly flooding by having snow removed from your roof (use a professional to avoid falling) and then move that snow away from your home's foundation.
If you don't get to it and water gets to you I'd be happy to refer you to a guy with a lot of drying equipment for hire.
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