Interior Waterproofing Systems
When it comes to interior waterproofing, we can install a variety of drainage systems, dehumidifiers, and sump pumps. We make use of high quality products created by some of the most well-known waterproofing system manufacturers on the market today. So, you can rest assured knowing that your home will be in good hands with our installation team and these products.
Our waterproofing systems take care of water problems where seepage is able to get inside through wall or floor cracks, over the top of the foundation, through the cove joint, through leaky windows, or from clogged floor drains. Our professionals will be able to advise you as to which system is going to work best in your home.
Three Different Systems
Cove Joint Protection
These systems are installed with drain tiles in leaky basements. Specially-designed to take the incoming moisture at the cove joint, the area where the wall and floor meet, and send it down under the slab into a drain tile system which is installed alongside the footer of the foundation. Its patented design with a rubber seal on the back that presses against the wall to aid in preventing moisture and soil gases from getting into the home and causing a variety of serious problems for your home's structural strength, and for your family's health and well-being.
Under Floor Protection
If water is coming under the floor but not at the cove joint, we will install a lower profile system under the flooring. This design allows for adequate floor thickness to be poured back over the system after it's been installed. A wider design allows for proper water flow while reducing hydrostatic pressure caused by unfavorable soil conditions from when your home was first constructed. Our waterproofing systems are designed to work in conjunction with Radon mitigation systems to help make your entire home safe and healthy.
Block Wall Protection
No excavation is required for the installation of this waterproofing system. It's designed to provide a non-invasive, simple solution for keeping water out of block wall foundations. It can be used in conjunction with encapsulation systems on the walls of your basement to help with providing a dry and safe environment. Water from these systems can be diverted directly to the drainage system and eventually makes its way into a sump pump where the moisture will be pumped out and away from the home.