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Residential & Commercial | Bonded & Insured

Serving All Areas In North Carolina

Basement Waterproofing

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Does Your Basement Need Waterproofing?

If your home has a basement in The Triangle or somewhere in eastern North Carolina, we can offer basement waterproofing. We fix moldy, wet basements that are so humid. It is most effective for us to waterproof your basement walls with a full-scale exterior waterproofing solution. Our team identifies where the condensation is coming from and can tell if your house is naturally damp from a high water table or poor soil drainage. We can waterproof those basement walls.

Understand that waterproofing your basement is key to having a healthy environment inside your home. Your health when it comes to allergies and asthma is dependent on treating mold issues. Waterproofing is valuable in preventing problems for years to come also. Let us tell you more about the benefits of waterproofing your basement. This is a top priority home improvement that you need for issues with a leaky water heater, water in your basement cove, wet basement drywall or wet floors.

A lot of basements are finished with drywall, an organic material that should not get wet. We fix the terrible problems when drywall is covered in mold and mildew. Let us resolve the problems with proper waterproofing techniques.

Too Much Pressure

If there is a lot of pressure on your basement walls and floor, the dirt contains too much moisture. All the water causes hydrostatic pressure- the pressure water exerts when it’s at rest. Consequently, your basement walls start to bow inward and water leaks inside the basement.
North Carolina gets significant weather events so waterproofing your basement secures your home’s structural integrity. A strong foundation allows the house to sustain elements during the worst weather.

When we provide exterior waterproofing, excavating all around the house is needed. The crew excavates the land to the full depth of the foundation walls. Next, waterproof coating or membrane topped by drainage panels is installed. These panels make an easy path for water to flow to an exterior French drain, which is at the bottom of your foundation. We may need to add a sump pump for the water to get away from your foundation. You will need an unblocked French drain if you have a soggy yard or wet basement so that the water can divert far enough away from your home.

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Allow us to provide you with a complimentary evaluation and estimate. Call us now at (919) 453-6411.

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