Professional Basement Waterproofing contractors by Americas Basement Contractor in Bloomfield, PA
Do you have a wet basement? Do you see water leaking into your basement after a storm? Have you noticed any water damage to your personal belongings in your basment? If your answer to any of these questions was yes, then you may have a basement waterproofing issue. Our team at Americas Basement Contractor is equipped to help you deal with all of these problems and more. If you are using your basement for storage and are seeing any of these signs then your items may already have been exposed to water damage. In addition to this many of the large appliances such as air conditioning units, furnaces, and water heaters are also located in your basement and can take damage from the long-term exposure to excess water and humidity. This is why it is important to have a quality basement waterproofing team install a complete waterproofing system to protect your home in Bloomfield.
Signs of Waterproofing Issues
Below is a list of common waterproofing issues that you may notice in your home. If you notice any of these signs then it is important that you contact our team immediatly.
- Water stains can be seen throughout the basement
- Moisture is trickling down walls
- Puddles of moisture can be seen on the floor
- Home smells very musty or foul (indication of mold growth)
- Home feels uncomfortable, even when the thermostat is properly set (humidity problem)
- Personal belongings are getting damaged by moisture when stored under the home
Interior Basement Waterproofing
Our interior waterproofing systems are designed to directly address each individual waterproofing need. An interior system is normally constructed with a series of drains and channels that gather water after it enters your home and directs it to a sump pump so it can be removed from the basement without damaging the home.
Exterior Basement Waterproofing
Exteior waterproofing systems are designed to be placed around the entire exterior of the home either during construction or in special circumstances where an interior system will not be sufficient to keep water out of your home. The installation of this system often involves excavation to install properly.