1. Saskatchewan can be the subject of flash floods from heavy rainfalls and snow melt.
2. When flooding hits your area, your basement is most likely to be the prime target for water damage.
3. If you allow it to be wet, moldy, humid, smelly, and unhealthy, you're abandoning an entire floor of space in your home. Additionally, the basement air - filled with odors, dust mite feces, humidity, and mold spores - will rise into the rest of the house, ruining the healthy environment of the home.
Basements and crawl space environments are our specialty - it's what we do every day! Our contractors can help from the largest flooding problem to a small leaking crack. We have the background, experience, and training to get the job done - and done right!
Whether your basement has leaky windows, flooding through cracks, pipe penetrations, or hatchway doors, or if water is entering through the wall/floor joint, we have what you need to keep your basement dry all the time!
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Each of our Saskatchewan dealers are members in good standing of the Basement Systems International Waterproofing Network. This means that your locally owned and operated dealership has exclusive access in your area to products developed by the world's largest network of waterproofers.
For homeowners in Saskatchewan including Regina and Saskatoon, as well as Maple Creek, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Radisson, Sandy Lake, Stony Rapids, and throughout the province, we have a local contractor who can help you. Contact us today online or by phone for your free basement or crawl space waterproofing quote!
Project Location: Peberdy Terrace, Saskatoon, SK S7K 7N6
Comment: Basement flooring replacement of laminate & regular underlay. Have a high water table underground that is causing the existing laminate to raise.