Your local basement waterproofing and wet basement repair company in Kansas City, MO is Thrasher
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!
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Project Location: NW Belvidere Pkwy, Kansas City, 64152
Comment: My basement wall is leaking and now mud is in my floor.
Project Location: W 71st Terrace, Kansas City, 64114
Comment: I have a 93 year old stacked stone foundation. It was only mildly damp during major downpours, until the City did a project which blocked all my foundation draintiles, causing a severe increase in hydrostatic pressure. My walls and floor have cracked and weep a ton of water. Due to unchangeable factors with the yard, I can do nothing on the outside to help this problem. I need a system like yours on the inside. Please contact me ASAP to schedule a bid.
Project Location: N Manchester Ave, Kansas City, 64119
Comment: Waterproof basement
Project Location: Glenside, Kansas City, 64129
Comment: I have water leaking through basement walls at 3 corners. I need to get a quote on how much it would be to repair the cracks/foundation issues.
Project Location: NW Hillside Dr, Kansas City, 64152
Comment: Water comes into the basement when it rains.
Project Location: NW Meadowlane Drive, Kansas City, 64152
Project Location: NE 49th St, Kansas City, 64119
Comment: Basement is flooding due to large amounts of rain in the area lately
Project Location: E Park Ave, Kansas City, 64119
Comment: Have water seeping into basement
Project Location: Cypress Place, Kansas City, 64130
Comment: Sometimes when it rains basement floods n goes out in 1-2 days.don't think it flooded last year. This month first time this year. Lost alot of pictures due to dampness
Project Location: Indiana Ave, Kansas City, 64137
Comment: We have water entering the basement from each side of the house from the base of the walls. The city is going to put in a sub pump at no cost but that's not going to solve the entire problem. Our house sits at the bottom of a hill and all the rain flows straight to the house. The backyard slopes to the back to the house. There are gutters on the house and the down spouts are at least three feet from foundation.
Project Location: Charlotte St, Kansas City, 64131
Comment: Got an old leaky basement with cracks in the foundation, previous owner reinforced with steel but there's water that comes in usually with all the rains. Installed French drain system last summer, minimal effect. Reading about Brightwall paneling system, interested to get a quote and learn more thanks.
Project Location: Tam Oshanter, Kansas City, 64145
Comment: Water in basement. Seems to be seeping in thru the floor and pouring thru window well.
Project Location: Bellefontaine Ave, Kansas City, 64130
Comment: We have a fairly steady leak in our basement -- with the latest rain it's more of a stream than a trickle (I have a video). Coming right around the window well (the crack starts in the bottom left corner of the window cut) so I'm hoping it's an issue we can fix with the window well alone.
Project Location: NW 67th St, Kansas City, 64118
Comment: Basement leaking along the floor seam on both the North and South walls with a small crack in the middle of the floor. No visible signs of foundation cracks.
Project Location: Kayser Ave, Kansas City, 64125
Comment: Water coming into basement where the floor and wall meet and cracking. Sidewalks settling as well.
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