With all the rain we've had this week you might want to take a walk around the home, especially if you're seeing a little moisture down in the basement. Remember, the land itself, the ground, needs to slope away from the basement, away from the foundation. Adding mud this time of year is not out of the question, if you do have land sloping toward the foundation. And when it does snow, don't pile the snow up against the foundation or you're going to have problems. Another thing is the downspouts. This pipe is buried, goes to a drainage system around the foundation. And it's very important to follow it and find out where it's depositing the water. In this case, we have a pipe in the back yard, and it is free flowing. But sometimes debris does stuck in that, putting moisture up against the foundation, causing the basement to leak. If your downspouts don't go underground, you could exit it on a pile of rocks or also can get little splash trays like this. Again, you're just trying to keep the water away from the foundation, keep the water out of the basement. Any roof problems, you can get to the hardware store, get some patch. This here is a roof cement that is able to be applied to a wet surface, it's just called wet roof cement. This is an elastomeric, also able to be applied to a wet surface. Elastomeric means it's got some stretch to it.