Posted by Carole on 13:49:31 2/25/2010 from 126.96.36.199:
This site is an absolute keeper -- One I will certainly share! Hope you can help with this question. We live in a larger than average 5 year-old single-family home in Berkeley County, WV, with a full basement.
Directly behind our home (twelve linear feet), an incline begins I'd rate at a forty-percent grade or better. This continues almost exactly twenty-five feet. Directly above this, and at the property setback, a builder has placed commercial multi-units built upon backfill on an extended berm) -- raising the hill a further eight to twelve feet in overall height.
These units can, and in all likelihood will, be federally subsidized. I am a disciplined housekeeper.....yet nonetheless know this carries some great potential.
Can you please tell me what to look for, in terms of roach migration, from these units now standing LESS than fifty feet from my home that literally block the sun? There currently do exist drainage issues that threaten to rot my deck owed to the builder's unmanaged rerouting of storm drainage, which this county has approved.
Thank you so much, and once again for a fabulous info site!
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