Worry-free foundation waterproofing
A basement leak does not mean you have a serious structural problem with your home. Concrete can develop small cracks at some point in its lifetime. The damp-proofing provided at construction time or very early in the life of your home may have failed, or your weeping tiles may be clogged, damaged or nonexistent.
How could this happen?
Your basement is surrounded by the soil around your home and this soil contains moisture. And on occasion, especially during spring runoff or heavy rains, the soil can become saturated leaving the water nowhere to go. This moisture/water then enters your basement through the small invisible cracks that form in concrete, or it enters at the base of the wall where it meets the floor.
The most effective method to keep your basement dry is to waterproof the exterior of the foundation walls including the installation of new drainage pipe (weeping tiles).
Excavating the foundation
Waterproofing the foundation and installing new weeping tile
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We take pride in providing top-notch service using proven products and techniques on every home we repair. We advise you to get 3 estimates, and to make sure that we're one of them. We'll explain all the work in a written quote before the start of any project.