Water in Your Basement after a Rain Storm – What Does it Mean?
Finding water in your basement after it rains can be alarming. But, you’re not alone, as this can be common problem for homeowners during the rainy season and throughout the year. There are many different issues that can lead to seeing pools of water in your basement after it rains, but one typical problem is:
- Water pressure in the soil surrounding your home – When it rains, the soil around your home becomes saturated with water, and if your basement and foundation isn’t waterproofed, groundwater can enter through cracks in the walls, floors, and/or up through the foundation, among other ways.
If you’re experiencing water in your basement after it rains – or any time at all – it’s best to have a professional inspect it to determine what is causing that to happen. At BDry, we provide complimentary, in-home inspections to homeowners experiencing wet basement problems. We’ve been in business since 1958 and first patented our waterproofing system in 1966, and it’s been helping homeowners keep their basements and crawlspaces dry since then.
If you would like a BDry associate to get to the bottom of why you’re experiencing water in your basement after it rains, contact us today. We would be happy to get you scheduled for an inspection.
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