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In their years of research, Basement Systems, Inc. has developed long-term and effective solutions for your wet basement problems.
They've taken conventional waterproofing concepts and combined with new ones to come up with innovative and effective solutions.
Water will leak into a basement any way it can, like through your walls, floors, and joints between two. It can even go through the concrete itself, which is just one reason why basements are very often damp and humid spaces.
Other contractors might try to push inferior basement waterproofing solutions on you in a high-pressure way.
Our products have been perfected by Basement Systems, Inc. which is the largest network of basement waterproofers around.
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This involves "painting" the basement walls and floors with a coating of cement that's meant to seal out moisture.
Negative-side sealant goes on directly to the concrete's surface and is often applied before finishing a basement.
This involves digging outside the basement, installing a drain, and maybe adding a waterproof coating to the walls.
This installation has been used for a long time and a drain is usually installed when the home is built.
This goes on top of the basement floor with a drain that runs along the basement walls. It collects water and channels it to a sump pump system.
With this system there is no jackhammering needed, and the installation is usually safe for a monolithic basement floor.
This goes under the basement floor, with a drain that runs along the basement walls. It collects water and channels it to a sump pump system.
The system is easy to service, and it can collect water leaking from the walls too.