Water in your basement or crawlspace can cause serious problems throughout the entire house. Not only can these issues affect the structural integrity of your home, they can also lead to serious health problems as well as more costly repairs down the line. It is important to have a leaky basement or crawlspace repaired immediately in order to prevent serious water issues, mold, health problems for your family or other damages to your home and possessions.Get a Free Inspection
The waterproofing team at Ground Up Foundation Repair can efficiently handle water issues using effective techniques and up-to-date technology, including sump pump installation and repair.
If you notice any of the following issues in your basement or crawlspace, contact a repair professional immediately:
- Water pooling or flooding
- Wet or damp walls
- Wood rot
- Basement mold and mildew
- Musty odors
- Condensation on pipes and ductwork
- Metal Rust
- High humidity
- Wet or damp insulation
- Water Stains
Any one of these signs is an indication that you are in need of immediate basement or crawl space waterproofing.
Before you invest in waterproofing services, it is important to determine the cause of your wet basement or crawlspace. Typically, water issues of this sort are the result of water seepage from walls and foundation cracks.
If water pools and builds up around your foundation, it may seep into the basement or crawlspace through foundation cracks, or through porous concrete. Groundwater can also enter as it is often pushed through cracks in walls by hydrostatic pressure in the soil.
Regardless of how the water is entering your basement or crawlspace, it is important to have it taken care of immediately. Contact Ground Up Foundation Repair today to find the cause of your wet basement or crawlspace and provide a solution that is both effective and affordable.
Read our blog about the importance of waterproofing your basement in the winter.Request your no-obligation inspection today.
We offer exterior drainage systems, interior drainage systems, and crawl space encapsulation – to protect your home from unwanted water.