CONNECTICUT BASEMENT SYSTEMS if part of the largest basement waterproofing contractor network in the world.
We specialize in the following services in Connecticut and Westchester County, New York:.
Connecticut Basement Systems has consulted with thousands of homeowners, designing effective solutions for every one of them, drying their wet basement or fixing their dirt crawl space in CT. The company is a trusted and valued member of the Basement Systems network and upholds the standards of the company. Connecticut Basement Systems thoroughly trains their employees at the Basement Systems Inc. corporate headquarters in Connecticut to be the best at Home Basement Waterproofing in Connecticut, and many employees have earned the "CERTIFIED Waterproofing Professional" title.
We fix basements and crawl spaces in Connecticut, including Bridgeport, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Milford, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, Stamford, Wallingford, Westport, and all surrounding areas.
In New York, we fix wet basements in Westchester County, Ossining, New Rochelle, Port Chester, Peekskill, Mount Vernon, Scarsdale, Tarrytown, and nearby.
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 New Haven, CT.
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: FOXON HILL RD, New Haven, 06513
Comment: WATER ON FLOOR WHEN IT RAINS CANT FIGURE OUT WHERE ITS COMING FROM
Project Location: Gilbert Ave, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Mold in basement. Basement hold moisture
Project Location: Fountain Terrace, New Haven, 06515
Comment: We need to determine where water is entering our basement, if there is structural damage, the cause and extent of the damage, and repair options.
Project Location: Everit Street, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Need a new dehumidifier. I've purchased from you before.
Project Location: Edgewood Abe, New Haven, 06515
Comment: Wet basement wall at corner of basement. Water starts at ground level. Leak is near electrical panel
Project Location: Sherland Ave, New Haven, 06513
Comment: Cement floor basement floods during heavy rains
Project Location: St. Ronan St, New Haven, 06511
Comment: Water in basement
Project Location: Dell Dr, New Haven, 06513
Comment: Solve a moisture problem
Project Location: First Ave, New Haven, 06513
Comment: Driveway pitches towards house/garage. During a storm with flash flooding catch basin fills up very quickly and floods basement
Project Location: Henry St, New Haven, 06511
Comment: I'd like to find out the best way to seal my basement bulkhead.
Project Location: Fountain Street, New Haven, 06515
Comment: I have a wet basement every time it rains or snow melts. I need it fixed and dry permanently. Please call me. Thank you
Project Location: Ruby St., New Haven, 06515
Comment: Water entering basement and seeping through cinder block foundation. Want to seal off leakage and remove any signs of mold or mildew.
Project Location: Upson Terrace, New Haven , 06512
Comment: Moved to new home, found water drains down into low point of back yard and sits there. Also found water seeping through the concrete wall, not floor, where the Bilco door stairwell is. We've had your work in a previous house, would love to ask you about doing what might be a curtain drain or French type drain to redirect this water out of its pooling areas, or what advice you have.
Project Location: Chapel St., New Haven, 06511
Comment: When there's a downpour (2+ inches)water seeps into basement (approx. 2--4 gallons)-- mostly from cellar stairs. Some seepage also from an adjacent interior wall. I think some kind of drainage system or sump pump may be required. But there may be a simpler solution that will save me mopping and using a shop vac.
Project Location: Kneeland Road, New Haven, 06512
Comment: My basement gets water when the ground becomes saturated. I would eventually like to refinish the basement, but right now I am concentrating on just keeping it dry. I also prefer to communicate by email.
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