What is Done to Waterproof a Basement?

What is Done to Waterproof a Basement

Effective basement waterproofing is a science and an art. There are many different kinds of waterproofing solutions. For example, injecting an epoxy or polyurethane material into a crack can help keep groundwater out of a basement. However, this approach is only suited when the groundwater is entering from the walls as opposed to the floor.

Another method of basement waterproofing is called exterior excavation waterproofing. This method is incredibly invasive as it involves digging six to eight feet around the exterior of the foundation. This method is usually very costly and can disturb landscaping, driveways, porches, and other areas of the home.

At BDry®, we install the BDry® Basement Waterproofing System. Unlike some basement waterproofing contractors that offer one type of solution that they assure you is the best, this system is completely customizable in order to fit your particular situation. Whether you have noticed water coming through cracks in the walls and/or floor, over the foundation’s footing, under the foundation’s footing, or seeping in through the walls, our system is designed to help keep your basement dry.

The BDry® Basement Waterproofing System is backed by an industry-leading warranty, helping to give you peace of mind throughout the years that your investment is securely protected.

So, if you’re asking yourself what you can do to waterproof your basement, contact BDry® today to get the process started. One of our associates would be happy to assist you and answer any questions you have.