Your home is your biggest investment, so you need to make sure you’re doing everything you can to protect it from harm. This includes taking care of your basement and preventing leaks. A&M SafeBasements knows that basement waterproofing is necessary for any South Bend, Fort Wayne, Plymouth, Warsaw, Auburn, or Marion homeowner. Understandably, many homeowners might not give much thought to this area, especially if it isn’t finished.
What happens inside your basement can greatly impact the rest of your home’s structural integrity and overall condition. However, it doesn’t matter how often you and your family venture into the space or what you use it for; you still need a basement waterproofing system. If not, your home is going to suffer the consequences.
Basement Water Problems
Why Does My Basement Leak?
Your home may have problems with leaks in the basement for a variety of reasons. Typically, most of the seepage that gets into this area comes in: over the top of the foundation, through leaking wall or floor cracks, through leaking basement windows with weak seals, up through a clogged floor drain, through the cove joint (where the wall and floor meet), or there could be moisture because of a plumbing problem.
Warning Signs of a Problem
As a homeowner, how can you tell if you have a moisture problem beneath your home? There are some obvious signs you can be on the lookout for. If you notice any of the following, you need to get in touch with us ASAP:
Basement Water Solutions
Safe Edge™ Water Diversion: This is the most advanced system available to waterproofers today. This system features a unique multi-flow drain tile system that can be installed along the perimeter of your basement. It can also be installed with a special wall encapsulation system to prevent soil gasses from entering your basement environment.
Safe Track™ Water Evacuation System: This system is specially-engineered to provide a simple, non-invasive solution to water that leaks in through the block wall of a home. No digging is needed with this system, and it will be installed with a sump pump, which will direct the water out and away from your home.
Safe Drain™ Waterproofing System: This system features a lower profile and wider design to enable a thick layer of concrete to be installed over it without compromising the system’s effectiveness. It will be installed along the wall in your basement with a special rubber seal on the back that presses into the wall to drain away water and prevent hydrostatic pressure.
Please feel free to call us or contact us online for more information or to schedule an appointment for a consultation with a professional basement waterproofing contractor.
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