Century Masonry and Waterproofing, LLC, a regional dealer for the Basement Systems International Waterproofing Contractor Network, is responsible basement waterproofing NJ. They specialize in Basement Waterproofing, Concrete Waterproofing, Foundation Waterproofing, Interior Basement Waterproofing, and crawl space encapsulation. They service Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Passaic, Warren, Sussex, and Pike counties in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
Basement Waterproofing products offered include:
The company is a trusted and valued member of the Basement Systems network of basement waterproofing contractors and upholds the standards of the company. They thoroughly train their home improvement contractors at the Basement Systems Inc. corporate headquarters in Connecticut, and many employees have earned the "Certified Waterproofing Professional" title.
Century Masonry is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and continues to earn that status year after year. That is the top rating a business can have.
As you could see in the before pictures, we manipulated the wall as far back as we could (approximately 3 1/2"). Because of how violent a break this wall experienced, we had to excavate the foundation. We then opened the slab and installed a footing with rebar extending up the full height of the new wall. These areas were filled solid with concrete.
We also sprayed a waterproof membrane with a drainage matting and footing drain to reduce static pressure on the foundation before backfill.
Installing a new wall here was the best approach for this particular project. Needless to say, our homeowner is now comfortable utilizing this valuable area of the property.
We were called in to inspect a failing foundation.......
These pictures are quite a statement. This wall was an extreme example!
This project was a concern because of insects (cave crickets), water, humidity, mold, cold and unsightliness.
We addressed all of these issues. In the basement side of this building we installed a new SuperSump with an UltraSump and new discharge line. We also created an opening between the basement and crawl space to allow airflow for the SaniDry XP.
On the crawl space side, we had a new door installed, closed up the existing window and a couple of miscellaneous openings. It's hard to see but several joists required "sistering " due to moisture. We also installed 2 new lally columns with footings. All of this was the encapsulated with CleanSpace. The entire rim joist was spray foam insulated.
We arrived to 5" of water on the floor but when we left it was completely dry and with our work it will remain dry! We installed a SuperSump and 60' of FlowGuard. The combination of these two products ensures that any water that tries to get into the basement will be drained and pumped outside. To make sure the moisture in the air was under control as well, we also installed a SaniDry XP in an adjacent room.
This homeowner asked us to remove and patch over an old, leaky window in the basement. Here are some before and after pictures.
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