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If you have been having water issues in your home for an extended period of time or only a short time, there could be serious water damage that will need to be taken care of in addition to the installation of a basement waterproofing system.
Seepage is a slow and steady leak inside the basement. At the beginning stage of water problems, seepage will alert the homeowner with visual water running down the walls, moisture spots, water on the floor, etc. Sometimes you will even find seepage coming from the cove joint, where the wall meets the floor, in which case water is rising and slowly creeping into your basement.
Our interior basement waterproofing systems are designed to capture any water entering your basement or crawl space before it becomes a bigger problem.
Our interior basement waterproofing systems in NJ are designed to capture any water entering your basement or crawl space before it becomes a bigger problem.
We offer hassle-free scheduling and competitive rates. We offer FREE INSPECTIONS to determine what solutions are right for you. Our free estimates are more than a simple suggestion for a repair, we take the time to explain the different options and answer all of your questions. We use high-quality products as part of our commitment to excellence, and you can count on us for:
Expert evaluation of your problem(s)
Prompt project completion
Punctual and professional staff
Signs To Waterproof Your Basement
Damp, Musty Odor
A musty smell in your basement is typically caused by mildew or mold.
The most common causes of mold growing on walls are high humidity, condensation and water leaks, which are often hidden inside the wall.
Crack on Walls and/or floor
Most cracks occur gradually and may go unnoticed for many years until a leak is discovered.
Most common cause of water in your basement is from leaking wall cracks.
A crystalline deposit of salts often seen on the surface of concrete, brick, stucco or natural stone surfaces. It occurs when water leaves behind salt deposits and is present on or in the masonry surface. Will cause the wall to flake & peel away.
The most common cause is excess moisture in the area. Basements with bowed block walls may indicate a large separation between two layers of the blocks where the bowing has occurred.
Visible water marks
Wetness seeping through means there is water behind the walls caused by hydrostatic pressure.
Can lead to mildew, mold.