Your local basement waterproofing and wet basement repair company in Mountain Home, AR is Foundation Specialties LLC
We specialize in foundation waterproofing using quality Basement Systems products. We will design a customized system to keep your basement dry. As your local Basement Systems contractor, we can help you choose the best basement waterproofing options for your home.
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If you get water in your basement every time it rains or you have an old sump pump that can’t keep up, a new basement sump pump can help keep your basement dry. Basement Systems has tested many pumps over the years and we use Zoeller pumps because we know they work.
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Moisture in the basement leads to mold growth that can damage your home, make you and your family sick, and make your basement and whole house smell musty. The solution is to remove moisture from the air. The SaniDry Sedona basement dehumidifier and air system from Basement Systems wrings the moisture from basement air and makes the damp feeling and musty smell go away!
SaniDry Sedona Features:
Project Location: CR 396, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Need to control water coming in to crawl space/basement.
Project Location: Buff Road, Mountain Home, 72653
Search Request: rain in basement
Comment: Rain seeps up through the cement block foundation. We have found mold in the carpeting and plan to pull it up. Also suspect mold on cinder blocks in utility area. Have tried French drain as our home is built on a hillside. That hasn't worked so far. Thinking possibly sump pump, need expert opinion.
Project Location: Richwood, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Basement gets water in it when it rains more than 8 inches
Project Location: CR 784, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: House is built on the side of a hill. There is a basement with a walkout at back that runs down to a pond. foundation is cinder block with concrete floor. There is almost always at least a least a little water in the basement. Right now over 1" at deepest point, but a lot more after heavy rain.
Project Location: County Road 161, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Basement leaking at mortar joints. Would like estimate on repair please.
Project Location: Mallard Point Road, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Waterproofing is needed. We had a small leak in one area. Then after all the rain, we had a big leak in another area!
Project Location: Church, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Stop water from coming into basement
Project Location: Tracy Ferry Road, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: During prolonged rains or large amounts of rain water seeps in from the top of the footing in our basement.
Project Location: , Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: I found light dusty mold on floor joists and checked the RH and it was 75 percent. I need to remove the mold and reduce the RH. Your crawlspace encapsulated system is interesting. I already have w 10 year old 6 mil and pea gravel on the floor. I also have a 1/4 basement with three sides of studs abd insulation exposed to the crawl space. Please call and we can discuss. Thanks mark
Project Location: Hayes St, Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: Need pricing on crawl space de-humidifier
Project Location: DRiftwood Dr., Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: I have a vented crawl space that has a bad odor that permeates up into the house plus I have had water insode this past week.
Project Location: Ridgeview Dr., Mountain Home, 72653
Comment: We have a walk out basement and water seeps under the wall in a heavy rain.
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