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Our local basement waterproofing and crawl space repair company serves Grande Prairie, AB
Service Area Zip Codes:
T8V T8W T8X
At Basement Systems, Inc., we use nothing but state-of-the-art products and technology that are designed to permanently fix your home. We strive to continually be the industry leader in all home improvement related services we provide to our customers.
If your Grande Prairie home's basement or crawl space is experiencing water issues, our team of basement waterproofing experts
will properly install an interior drainage system so the water
that enters your basement is pumped away before it can cause any damage.
Other contractors use materials susceptible to water damage, rot
and mold, but Basement Systems, Inc. installs nothing but our 100%
waterproof products. Our goal is to make the basement of your
home a more comfortable space that you and your family can enjoy
for a lifetime.
Our team of highly trained foundation repair contractors have the
ability to identify the exact structural or foundation related issues your
home is facing. All foundation and structure repair products come with a
25 year warranty.
Project Location: - 98 STREET, Grande Prairie, T8V 4A1
Comment: Have a leak in my basement occcurs when it rains or snow melts. We tried epoxy with a local company but didn't work, they said it may not but as We were getting other walls done At the time (they worked) but this one didn't. Don't really know what to do to fix it hoping someone does.
Project Location: 104 Ave, Grande Prairie, T8V 1E3
Comment: Hello, We are considering buying a home that has considerable water damage in the basement and are interested in getting an estimate on what it would cost to repair the cracks in the foundation that are causing the issue. Are you able to provide an estimate in this instance? Thanks, Carly
Project Location: Street, Grande Prairie, t8v 0m4
Comment: 63 year old house with a wet cellar. I've only been in the house for a year and do not have a clue if I could afford any fixes to the basement, but thought I'd check if you have anybody in the Grande Prairie area to chat with. Please let me know if you could- thank you!
Project Location: Aspen Ridge, Grande Prairie, T8V 2H5
Comment: Building new home, require concrete baseement to be damp proofed. Ready next week.
Project Location: 95 Street, Grande Prairie, T8V 2Z8
Comment: Water leaking into basement around wall edge
Project Location: Box 1345, Grande Prairie, t8v 4z1
Comment: I am thinking of buying a small (approx 700 sq feet)50 plus year old home. It has a damp crawl space and I am wonder how to deal with this problem.
Project Location: 112 Ave, Grande Prairie, T8V 1V8
Comment: How do I know if the weeping tile is working and water levels in area
Project Location: 75 Ave, Grande Prairie, T8X 0H8
Comment: I need a new sump pump as mine is six years old and never been serviced or replaced. Just wanted to get a quote
Project Location: - 96 Street, Grande Prairie, T8V 2A1
Comment: Inquiring about fixing a leak in our basement that reappeared during the thaw/mild weather in January. We had the crack filled with polyurethane polymer several years ago and realize it wasn't meant to last forever. The leak has stopped since the weather turned cold again. Question is, can you use the Polyurethane injection in the winter? Or do we need to wait until spring? And we would be interested in an estimate for your Flexispan System.
Project Location: 103street, Grande Prairie, t8v 2L4
Comment: 2 walls
Project Location: 107 Ave, Grande Prairie, T8x 1h8
Comment: Hi, I was flushing our hot water tank down our floor drain and noticed that our floor cracks are getting larger and there is more upheaval. But what I noticed the most and first is a lot more of efflorescence around the cracking on the floor and around the check valve cage(s) (? Not sure what they both are, they both look the same & I am assuming atleast one is our check valve - we have no sump pump, built in 1992). There was some cracks when we first bought the house, but I don't think they were that bad. We have since removed 2 small juniper trees that were nestled right next to our house (next to the wall closest to the floor cracks). My guess is it's probably something to do with that. We also have a wood foundation, just so u are aware. We would love someone to shed some light on our situation as we have no idea where to start really. Thanks.
Project Location: 98 Ave, Grande Prairie, T8V 3X7
Comment: I have water seeping through my basement floor. There are some cracks in the floor but those were filled last summer when new floor was installed. The house is about 40 some years old and only has weeping tile.
Project Location: 107 A St, Grande Prairie, T8V 8K7
Comment: Looking to purchase a sump pump & back up system (
Project Location: 100 AVenue, Grande Prairie, T8V 0T5
Comment: Hello,looking for a dance floor useable product to cover at least 3000 square feet of concrete thanks so much. We are a non profit agency, with a community centre that needs flooring, and a number of housing units and projects planned. We are looking for suppliers who would like to work with us to help make great spaces for people who need them.
Project Location: 102A Street, Grande Prairie, T8V 0R3
Comment: How we insulate walls and floor for proper thermal break
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