BDry Basement Waterproofing System


Our basement waterproofing system is designed to address the five most common ways ground water enters your basement or crawlspace.



As a water table rises and the french drain that the builder installed inevitably fails, the water builds up and travels over the footing and under the footing, directly into the BDry high capacity pipe.

Water that enters through cracks in the wall will travel through the weep holes and enter the BDry pipe. This water seepage is directed by the BDry wall membrane also into the BDry pipe.


BDry Basement Waterproofing SystemTo Install the BDry Basement Waterproofing System a portion of the floor slab is carefully and temporarily removed. A trench is created to slope toward a drainage point. Weep holes are then drilled into the core of the concrete blocks in order to drain them constantly. Our BDry waterproofing membrane Rigid Sealer is placed on the interior wall. Our high capacity BDry Pipe is then installed in the trench next to the footing.

The concrete floor is then restored. Once this concrete dries, any floor covering tile, carpet or wood floors can be installed on top of your floor slab. While the installation of the BDry Waterproofing System may take more man hours to install than other methods, this process results in a longer lasting solution to keep your basement or crawl space dry. This unique installation process and the materials used in our installation process address the five most common ways ground water enters your basement or crawlspace and gives you lasting peace of mind to use the space as you please.


BDry uses only the highest quality, American made foundation repair materials that meet the latest ICC specifications. BDry only uses materials from well-established companies and has since 1958.

Sump Pumps

A sump pump is a mechanical device used to remove water from your basement or crawlspace. Sump pumps are particularly helpful in wet basement waterproofing. Water that arrives via the walls and floors is collected and pumped out of the home. Having a basement waterproofing system and/or a proper sump pump installed are options for keeping a wet lower level dry. Knowledgeable waterproofing experts, like those at BDry, will be able to help you determine the best solution and whether a sump pump is needed.


  • When scheduling a quote, we ask for 60 to 90 minutes to go over everything thoroughly with you at the time of the estimate.
  • We ask to speak with all homeowners at the time of the estimate so all questions or concerns can be answered for all parties involved.
  • Our consultants will arrive at the residence to assess the situation. We will take some measurements, prepare an estimate and show you how and why we suggest a specific basement waterproofing solution for your problem.
  • Depending on the situation, our consultant may need to return with an Operations Manager to discuss exactly what needs to take place and collaborate on an overall solution that is custom tailored to your home’s specific needs.

BDry is recognized as a leader in the waterproofing industry because we invented most of the products we use, we include one of the industry’s best warranties that has been protecting customers since 1958 and hold ourselves to a very high standard of professionalism. It’s people, as well as the trusted solution, that truly makes us a great waterproofing company. But don’t take our word for it – check out our latest customer reviews!

We can help you determine the best solution that is designed to solve groundwater intrusion problems in your basement!

We will send a professional BDry representative to your home to help you diagnose your problem. All at no cost to you. Contact your local BDry office for additional information and to set up an appointment today.

*Some installation materials may vary based on location. Check with your local BDry office for more details.*