Your local basement waterproofing and wet basement repair company in Kearney, NE is Thrasher
Are you tired of having a wet basement? We can help. We use quality Basement Systems products to completely waterproof your basement. Whatever your specific water problem, your local Basement Systems contractor can design a customized system to best meet your basement waterproofing needs.
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Moisture is a major problem in lots of basements. Excess moisture in the basement air can make your whole home feel uncomfortable and it can make allergies and asthma worse. And an ordinary dehumidifier doesn’t do a good job of keeping the basement dry.
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If you’re tired of having water in your basement, we can install a high-quality sump pump system to keep your basement dry. Basement Systems sump pump products offer a wide range of features to give you the reliability and protection you need.
Project Location: Ave D, Kearney, 68847
Comment: Water in basement after heavy rains
Project Location: E 62nd St, Kearney, 68847
Comment: Window wells leaking
Project Location: W 23rd St, Kearney, 68845
Comment: Cracks in foundation, water in basement
Project Location: Evergreen Rd, Kearney , 68845
Comment: I have a window well that fills up with water when it rains.
Project Location: Ave. E, Kearney, 68847
Comment: We have a small crawl space (12' x 22') in our house with dirt floor that spreads fowl odor arounf the house. Please let me know what it would take to get an estimate for basic crawl space repair or how I can purchase the the CleanSpace Crawlspace Encapsulation System and a Crawl Space Dehumidifier.
Project Location: Redwood Drive, Kearney, 68845
Comment: We had an interior drain tile system with sump pump installed approximately 10 -12 years ago. Initially it worked, but the last 2-3 years, we continue to get greater and greater amounts of leakage into the basement. It centers around an egress window in a bedroom. This year, the seapage is almost as bad as it was the first year we had the problem (before the drain tile was placed). I would like to get the problem fixed or at least find out what is causing the problem - egress window or clogged drain tile.
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