Your local Baltimore, MD basement waterproofing and crawl space repair company is Basement Systems USA.
At Basement Systems USA, we only use our patented, state-of-the-art products and technology that are strategically engineered to permanently fix for your home's basement, crawl space, and foundation water issues. We strive to continually be the industry leader in all home improvement related services we provide to our customers such as basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation and insulation, and foundation crack repair.
If your Baltimore home's basement or crawl space is experiencing water issues, we have the solution you need. Our team of basement and crawl space waterproofing contractors have the skills and expertise to quickly identify and solve your home's water issues in a timely manner. One of our more popular basement and crawl space waterproofing methods is to and install an interior drainage system so the water that enters your basement is pumped away before it can ever cause any damage. All interior drainage systems we install includes a written, transferable lifetime dry basement warranty.
Other basement finishing and remodeling contractors claim that they will permanently repair your basement, yet use materials that are known to be susceptible to water damage, rot and mold just to get the job done. At Basement Systems, Inc., we install nothing but our 100% waterproof products to ensure your basement is finished or remodeled with nothing but high quality products guaranteed to last! Our goal is to make the basement of your Little Rock home a more attractive and comfortable space that you and your family can enjoy for a lifetime.
Project Location: Kirk Ave, Baltimore, 21218
Search Request: basement floor systems
Comment: It is about a 400 sq ft area that needs to be done.
Project Location: Catron Rd, Baltimore, 21206
Comment: Electric powered and water powered sump discharge are all tied together and has froze before causing entire basement to flood. Current installation is susceptible to freezing
Project Location: N. Ellwood Ave, Baltimore, 21213
Comment: Can someone meet with me Tues AM Feb 21 to give me an est on fixing a leaky basement in row home (townhouse)?
Project Location: Beverly Road, Baltimore, 21214
Comment: Basement leak. .trying to see if you are open today to come out in look at the basement
Project Location: Diller Ave, Baltimore, 21206
Comment: Interested in basement remodelling which will include adding at least an extra 2 feet of ceiling space. (digout)
Project Location: South Bouldin St, Baltimore, 21224
Comment: Need an estimate for the Zen walls and the floor work. i have another company which did take a look at it and give me an estimate. i need to compare....
Project Location: Gwynns Falls Pkwy, Baltimore, 21216
Comment: Basement gets water inside from rain and leaking walls, would like to cover the floor and have them drain to the subpump and install new level floor.
Project Location: Lakehurst Dr, Baltimore, 21210
Comment: Basement had water during last heavy rain.
Project Location: Woodlane Ave, Baltimore, 21215
Comment: Water is coming into the basement from the wall
Project Location: Narcissus Ave, Baltimore, 21215
Comment: Had basement remodeled then realized there is a leak when it rains, landlord is refusing to repair and I need a solution for the small area with the leak, so that I can carpet the rest of the basement which will be a licensed day care.
Project Location: Mount Royal Terrace, Baltimore, 21217
Comment: Stone wall in basement leaks every time it rains
Project Location: Barton Ave., Baltimore, 21206
Comment: I need a egress window
Project Location: Weldon Ave, Baltimore, 21211
Comment: Hello. We would like to waterproof our basement. It is fairly dry but the floor floods when it rains. I'd love to fix that so we could utilize the space. Thank you.
Project Location: Parkington Ave, Baltimore, 21215
Comment: Small water leak near sum pump
Project Location: Overland Avenue, Baltimore, 21214
Comment: Water getting into basement, ruined my carpet. I believe it's coming from the walls and from under the foundation. Would like to see what can be done to correct this problem.