Each of the Oregon companies listed here is an authorized Basement Systems dealer offering expert basement waterproofing services including drainage and sump pump installation. In each company profile, you can read reviews and check out the contractor’s history, service area, ratings, and more.
Wet basements are not fun! Flooded basements are a homeowner’s nightmare. If you are suffering from constant worry about the health and safety of your basement, it’s time for a change. If you’ve tried DIY efforts to fix pooling water, cracks in your foundation, leaky basement windows, or high humidity, it’s time to find an experienced, professional waterproofer you can trust. A wet basement wastes valuable living space, damages building materials and stored possessions, pollutes the indoor air, risks the health of those living in the home, and puts your investment in your home at risk. That adds up to considerable risk.
When you choose a basement contractor in the Basement Systems network, you get a local company trained, experienced, and dedicated to the best waterproofing practices. Each contractor listed here is an expert in the diagnosis of sub-grade moisture problems as well as the design and installation of proper drainage, moisture and humidity control, and basement materials. Say good-bye to your wet basement with the best basement waterproofing in your neighborhood!
With its innovative, award-winning product line, Basement Systems has been setting the industry standard for dry basements since 1987. Your Oregon Basement Systems dealer has exclusive access to 27 patented products that have helped homeowners over the past 30 years keep their basements dry. Such solutions include our WaterGuard basement drainage system, UltraSump industrial-strength sump pump, and our SaniDry Sedona Basement Dehumidifier.
Other basement waterproofing products include basement wall and floor treatments, window wells, and basement window replacements. Browse the full line of basement waterproofing products.
Flooded basement: Oregon experiences extensive variation in precipitation. The deserts of eastern Oregon get as little as 8 inches annually, while Oregon's population centers, which lie mostly in the western part of the state, are generally moist and mild, with about 200 inches annually. With this amount of precipitation, flooding is a serious concern for Oregon homeowners.
Other reasons for wet basements: There are many possible sources for pooling water, damp basement walls or flooring, and high humidity. These include: rusty basement windows, poor grading around the foundation, leaks through cracks in the foundation, saturated soils, simple plumbing failures, and poorly functioning drainage or sump pump systems. A basement already musty and damp is ill-prepared for the next bad rainstorm! Basement waterproofing can address the underlying issues, prevent future water damage and improve the indoor air quality.
Waterproof your wet basement today! The waterproofing experts in the Basement Systems network have helped homeowners across the state of Oregon for decades, by identifying the source of leaks, flooding, groundwater seepage, and musty odors. With a range of waterproofing and moisture control solutions available through Basement Systems, your local dealer will install the right solution for your basement or crawl space.
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Basement Systems products address every major basement or crawl space problem, including moisture intrusion, flooding, leaky windows, structural rot, and excessive humidity. The best basement waterproofers for your Oregon home are those who can diagnose the source of the problem and have the training, expertise and experience to design and install an effective system that keeps your basement dry.
Spend your time reading through the reviews of the basement waterproofing companies listed here. Check out their profiles that highlight their work (before and after photos), awards, and experience.
Call or fill out the Free Estimate form to set up an inspection of your basement. When you choose Basement Systems authorized contractor, you’ll get a free book on how basements are constructed and why they get wet, a custom design solution, and written estimate at no charge.
Choose a basement waterproofer based on the proposed solution, quality of materials, reputation of the contractor, and the price. Remember you only want to waterproof your basement once! After the work is completed, enjoy your dry basement for storage, finishing, laundry, and entertainment.
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Why wait until another rain storm or snow melt hits your home in Portland, Medford, Bend or Eugene, OR? Let Basement Systems solve your basement or crawl space water problem. Your local Oregon basement expert in our network will be happy to help transform your wet, leaky or humid basement into a usable, dry, healthier space today!
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You wouldn’t call a carpenter to upgrade your electrical service. Don’t call a handyman to fix a wet basement. Go with the specialists who have been revolutionizing basement waterproofing since 1987. Basement Systems and its patented products and techniques have solved wet basement problems for hundreds of thousands of homeowners throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. As a member of the Basement Systems network, we can provide a permanent solution to wet basements and crawl spaces and will back it up with a lifetime, transferable warranty.
Project Location: Hood River, OR 97031
Comment: Possible sealing on half basement that flooded and is now all dry. Also possible sealing of dirt crawl space
Project Location: Philomath, OR 97370
Comment: Moisture under house especially when it rains. There is evidence of water. Just removed insulation. Crawlspace smells terrible. Need a plan.