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Your local basement waterproofing company in Mesa, AZ is Arizona Foundation Solutions
Wet basements can be a major concern for many homeowners. Water in the basement can make the whole space unusable and can cause devastating damage to your home and your stored belongings. Luckily we can help. We offer specialized Basement Systems products designed to solve all types of basement water problems. Your local Basement Systems contractor can design a customized system for your home’s waterproofing needs.
Contact Basement Systems today and schedule your free cost estimate with your local basement waterproofing specialist in Mesa, AZ.
When it comes to keeping the basement dry, a sump pump is the first line of defense. However, not all pumps are built the same and a sump pump failure can be disastrous. We know you need a sump pump you can rely on. That’s why Basement Systems’ sump pump systems are built with high-quality, cast-iron Zoeller pumps.
While sump pumps can take care of the water in your basement, the water itself isn’t the only problem. Moisture is another major problem in basements. High humidity levels lead to a wide range of problems, including mold, discomfort, and worsened allergies and asthma. Basement Systems offers a high-performance solution that can make your whole home drier and healthier.
The SaniDry Sedona offers several features, including:
Do you have cracks on the inside of your basement walls or the exterior of your foundation? Foundation cracks are a common problem in Mesa and they aren’t just unsightly - they could be a sign of a serious structural problem. From foundation crack repair to bowing wall repair, your Basement Systems dealer offers a wide range of proven solutions to solve your foundation problems.
Contact us today to schedule your basement foundation inspection and free foundation repair cost estimate in Mesa.
Project Location: Mesa, AZ 86303
Comment: Basement floods after melting snow and heavy rain. Half of basement is cement flooring, other half is dirt floor. Water seeps in through cinder block walls and up through dirt floor, Would like a complete system to keep it dry year round.
Project Location: Mesa, AZ 85201
Comment: The baseboards in the basement have a little water damage in spots. The worst area is probably a result of using irrigation up against the wall right above the spot. The other area though I'm not sure about. It's under a window well and it's really minor.