1. Manitoba receives ample rain which can quickly become an issue with flash floods.
2. When flooding hits your area, your basement is most likely to be the prime target for water damage.
3. When your basement or crawl space is leaky and wet, moldy or damp, it can take over an entire floor of your home.
We can turn a wet basement into a dry, healthier space by installing a customized basement waterproofing system in your home. If your crawl space is wet, humid, rotting, or just has that musty smell, we have the proper solution to fix your crawl space using our warranted crawl space encapsulation system.
Wet basements in Manitoba typically get our patented WaterGuard Basement waterproofing system. We also have a number of other basement waterproofing products such as our SunHouse window well (seen on HGTV's "I Want That"), an energy-efficient and powerful basement dehumidifier(The SaniDry Basement Air System), basement wall and floor treatments, and more.
"My basement was very dry then and almost 15 years later, it is still very dry and warm." Read Full Testimonial
"Hello BethAaron and his guys did a great job!It looks great and even smells better in the crawl space" Read Full Testimonial
"...your basement remains warm and dry for many years to come, with no dampness or musty odours." Read Full Testimonial
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For homeowners in Manitoba, including areas such as Winnipeg and Brandon, as well as Birch River, Birtle, Dauphin, La Prairie, Little Grand Rapids, Lynn Lake Snow Lake, York Landing, and throughout the province, we have a locally owned and operated basement and crawl space contractor nearby, ready to help you solve your wet basement and crawl space moisture problems.
Contact us online or by phone today for your free waterproofing quote!
Project Location: Ashton Ave, Beausejour, MB R0E 0C0
Comment: I believe the foundation is sunder-block. I get water coming in when we have a very heavy rain. The walls are not insulated and only two areas seem to leak. I don't think I have weeping-tile either - no 3-4 inch pipes coming into the catch basin. My house was built in the 1940's and is 1 100 square feet. At this time, I prefer to communicate via e-mail. Can you give me a 'ball-park' estimate on repair?
Project Location: Queensbury Bay, Winnipeg, MB R2N 3A7
Comment: Replacing the current carpet in basement and looking for a wood/wood tile finish that would go right on top of cement as well as keeping the basement warm/warmer.
Project Location: Colebrook Drive, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5Y8
Comment: We bought this house last summer. The sump pump runs fine but appears to have not been serviced, cleaned etc. for some period of time. I would just like an inspection and ensure everything is running smoothly for the upcoming Spring. There is a very small amount of water that appears under the carpet very close to where the outlet meets the wall and rises to the exterior. The line is not frozen and I think it may be a leak in a joint as it only appears after the pump has been activated. It is a finished basement so I don't have a view of the outlet line itself.
Project Location: 210'Rose Avenue, Deloraine, MB R0M 0M0
Comment: What is the cost of the triple safe system