1. North Carolina's heavy rains accompany tropical cyclones making flooding a serious concern.
2. When flooding hits your area, your basement is most likely to be the prime target for water damage.
3. As basement water seeps begins to build, your boxes, books, clothing, furniture and other possessions become soaked with water and ruined. If you have drywall installed in the basement, it will also be permanently damaged by the water, and any wood basement sub floor and flooring will swell and buckle. Odors, mold spores, dust mite feces, and humidity will spread from the lower levels and into the main areas of the house, lowering the quality of life for all who live there.
Your local North Carolina basement waterproofing contractors from Basement Systems' dealer network are trained, ready, and more than willing to help you. They can customize a solution for your wet basement or damp crawl space that will keep it dry all the time and help you reclaim this space!
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Project Location: Winwood Dr, Windsor, NC 27983
Search Request: basement waterproofing greenville nc
Comment: Hi. Our home was built in 1954. We have a basement under the living room of our home with 2 sides of it outer foundation. Though it doesn't happen often, we have had water come in our basement through the cinderblock, just above the concrete floor. We are interested in waterproofing and would like an estimate. Thanks!
Project Location: Nc 87, Reidsville, NC 27320
Comment: Flooding basement when there is several days of constant rain.
Project Location: N Wake St, Hillsborough, NC 27278
Comment: Partially finished basement in newer home 1460-1500 sq ft with concrete floor needs waterproofing/flooring advice/estimates.
Project Location: Stokesburg Rd, Walnut Cove, NC 27052
Comment: We have water leaking into the basement from what appears to be an outside source
Project Location: Fairfax Woods DR, Apex, NC 27502
Comment: Install a dehumidifier in a finished basement of 1500 sq ft.
Project Location: S. Main St., Mount Airy, NC 27030
Comment: Moldy/mildew smell in basement; water seepage; exposed dirt areas in basement; open vents; excess moisture in basement; typical problems for a 100-year old house
Project Location: Rolling Hill Drive, Tobaccoville, NC 27050
Search Request: all things basementy
Comment: Basement leaks
Project Location: Deverow Court, Lewisville, NC 27023
Comment: With all the rain recently, we have had quite a bit of water come into our basement. We currently have fans and dehumidifiers running to dry everything out, but are looking to see what it would cost to have a waterproofing solution installed and to fix the foundation. Also possibly looking at removing carpet and putting floating tiles down to help with the problem. Thanks, Oliver
Project Location: Finch Farm Rd, Trinity, NC 27370
Comment: Need a dehumidifier installed in my basement. Would like one with a pump so i don't have to empty a bucket. Or if you have another solution for me. Thanks
Project Location: OLD US HWY 421 W, Hamptonville, NC 27020
Comment: Wet basement
Project Location: Morrison Avenue, Spring Lake, NC 28390
Search Request: basement waterproofing
Comment: Hello, I have an older house with a basement that floods whenever there is a hurricane or major rain. The water appears to becoming from where the wall and floor meet. Right now the basement is full of furniture and crates ( the area is being used). I would like to get an estimate on what it would take to avoid flooding in the future. There is a mildewing smell present so I may need to have the drywall replaced. I don't think it's mold but I'm not sure I'm running a humidifier but it only does so much. This is a walk out basement.
Project Location: Chestertown Drive, Pinehurst, NC 28374
Comment: Quote, please
Project Location: Skyland Drive, Wilkesboro, NC 28697
Comment: Unfinished basement
Project Location: Elderberry Ln, West Jefferson, NC 28694
Comment: I have a basement apartment. The drainage around the house needs work and I have a cracked retaining wall that news repair.
Project Location: Rocky Headwaters Rd, Moravian Falls, NC 28654
Comment: Purchased a home in Jan and have a large basement 1/2 finished in the unfinished section I saw some seepage on the wall that made it damp cause some effervescence and some paint blistering. I treated the wall with Drylock but the problem continued and mold formed. This has all been removed and I now have a fan blowing on the area for the last month and no mold or effervescence has formed. After yesterdays storm I can see that the mortar between the blocks is damp.
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