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 Jefferson County, CO.
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:
Project Location: Grant Ranch Blvd., Littleton, 80123
Comment: Water in basement.
Project Location: Benton Street, Arvada, 80003
Comment: Basement floor is heaving up. Need to get an estimate for repairs to floor and/or installation of drainage to prevent further heaving.
Project Location: Sanderling Way, Littleton, 80126
Comment: We have a musty smell in our basement and I think the issue is we do not have a sufficient vapor barrier under the structural floor in our basement
Project Location: Owens St, Broomfield, 80021
Comment: Just wanted to see the cost of the tiles and some other questions
Project Location: South Sherman St, Denver, 80210
Comment: I'm trying to figure out the best way to make my basement floor look better and nicer to walk on.
Project Location: Glacier Rim Trail, Broomfield, 80020
Comment: Sump pit is dry, pump comes on a couple of times an hour for 10 minutes or so and then shuts off.
Project Location: E 35th Ave, Denver, 80238
Comment: Sump pump trips GFI when the pump is plugged in
Project Location: W 85th Avenue, Arvada, 80003
Comment: Water has been slowly leaking into our basement. At first we thought it was coming in through where the water for the sprinkler system connects to the water main. We're not sure now. We need someone to look at it that knows more than we do.
Project Location: W 105th Way, Denver, 80201
Comment: I have a water issue on my basement/ ground floor. I heard you do good work.
Project Location: FAIRFAX ST, Denver, 80220
Comment: Un covered sump pump. Creating humidity in sump pump closet. Can I get a quote.
Project Location: W Prentice Ave, Littleton, 80123
Comment: One of the basement window wells continually fills with water and we need to determine what the cause is and how to prevent it.
Project Location: Kalamere Ct, Littleton, 80126
Comment: Basement window well overflowed with water during last falls major rainstorm. Needs redone and or foundation needs looked at....
Project Location: Yosemite St, Denver, 80238
Project Location: Galena St, Denver, 80238
Comment: I have a very noisy sump pump that literally discharged every five minutes over the last two weeks since having a snow storm. Our sump pump has historically been going off a lot more frequently than our neighbors. My water bill recently has been higher than normal and wondering if a have a water pipe leak. Also our previous pump shorted while out of town and although we didn't flood it tripped the circuit that our freezer is also on. Unfortunately we can't get another circuit put in so I am nervous about it tripping when out of town. Please let me m ow what suggestions you may have
Project Location: Titan Ct, Denver, 80239
Comment: My basement has panels over the concrete walls, but the windows leak, so the panels are warped. Windows are getting replaced in about 4 -6 weeks. Need to get panels replaced with some type of insulated wall panels...not drywall. Also need window wells replaced.
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