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Our local basement waterproofing and crawl space repair company serves Ottawa, ON 

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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home.

Services we offer in Ottawa:

  • Wet/flooded basement waterproofing solutions
  • 25-year warranty against manufacturing defects on foundation products
  • Basement finishing and remodeling service
  • Crawl space sealing with CleanSpace vapor barrier
  • 25-year warranty on crawl space encapsulation systems
  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation
  • Financing available

Recent job requests for basement waterproofing in Ottawa, ON:

Project Location: Ottawa, ON k1t 3e1

Comment: Hi, I am on the Board of Directors for a townhouse type condominium. One of our units has a slight water incursion in the basement where the outer wall meets the floor. We dug out the exterior and the drain was fine. The wall was re-sealed and covered up, but a bit of water still comes in. A company recommended a sump-pump but at $18k, we can't afford it. I was wondering if your interior drain would be the solution we need.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON k2a 0b1

Comment: I am looking for an innovative INTERIOR water control solution for a wet basement

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1H 7P9

Comment: Hello, We'd like someone to come by to give us a free estimate regarding a basement dehumidifier system. Thank you

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K2H 7B1

Comment: The carpet against my back wall in the basement is wet

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1G 1V7

Comment: Would like a quote for a battery backup in case power outage

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1T 1g6

Comment: Want quote for internal weeping tile system for existing home + new addition

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K2B 5X1

Comment: Interested in particular in sump pump solutions.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1K 2X8

Comment: My house was built in the 50 - 60 and is constructed with cement blocks. The foundation was dug and new weeping tiles and membrane were installed bout 2 years ago. However I am noticing water build up in the lower blocks near the footing and it appears as if the moisture seems to be rising with every passing month. I am concerned about the mold etc. plus I want to reinsulate and refinish the basement again. Any thoughts on a remedy?

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1S 1X9

Comment: Urgent! Water leaking into basement after rain in winter. Filling basement, faster than we can sop it up.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON k2g 6h5

Comment: Want to reduce humidity in house, I am looking for basement dehumidifier.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1n 8g3

Comment: Our main concern is indoor air quality. Our basement, which is partly finished, is damp, not wet. The musty smells are in the finished area.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K2A 0P8

Comment: We need a subfloor in two basement bedrooms. We have ceramic tile elsewhere and would like a warmer option in the bedrooms. Our house is located above or near an underground stream. The insurance company of the previous owner put in a sump pump with two backups and a new pipe to the street after a flood/sewage backup. The basement retro-fit, unfortunately, only used regular 2x4 and pink batting insulation when redoing the walls. But, we are leaving it as is for now. We have had an issue with pervasive humidity (even though there was no visible leakage), esp. in summer that has been hugely (95%) improved with a vapour removal system (like radon removal system) to remove humidity from underneath the slab. Our bedding used to be damp from the humidity and now it is comfortable, dry and warm. With the removal of this excessive humidity, I now feel confident to look at subfloors. So, I want a subfloor that will not be too high, not leak humidity into the living space, not grow mold, and not be a haven for bugs and dust to hide and migrate to and from the living space. I realize you have carpeted tiles and this might make the most sense financially. However, I am really interested in putting FLOR carpet tiles on top of your ThermalDry panels (maybe next year). Will that work? Or, will I have to put the FLOR down immediately or use a harder surface for these carpet tiles? I am looking forward to meeting someone from your company.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1N 8G4

Comment: Where can I purchase one of your IceGuard devices? Not looking for an estimate. Thanks.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K2A 0Y9

Comment: I am interested in installation or just supply of The UltraSump Battery backup sump pump system. Ours is a 1950 house and recent construction in our area has raised the water table. Unfortunately only one area of house is open for locating a sump pump. Also, do you carry dry well components? and what is the head and/or rise in pumping capacity (from sump bottom to building exit height) of your system. Thank you for your soonest reply.

Project Location: Ottawa, ON K1K 0E7

Comment: In recent years I have had some water enter the basement during Spring thaw or after big rainfall. This didn't used to happen, have been living here 22 years, but it's not going away so would like to have it checked and options suggested to resolve this issue.

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