The following company listed is an authorized Basement Systems dealer in South Dakota offering expert basement waterproofing services including drainage and sump pump installation. In the company profile, you can read reviews and check out the contractor’s history, service area, ratings, and more.
Flooded, damp basements are a nightmare for homeowners. Not only are wet basements at risk for further structural damage, but they can also end up damaging personal belongings, appliances, and your health. 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, licensed waterproofer you can trust. Don’t wait until your basement becomes a breeding ground for mold, pests, and other hazardous conditions. Contact your local South Dakota waterproofer today.
When you choose a basement contractor in the Basement Systems network, you are getting a licensed, trusted local company trained in and committed 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. With this kind of expert assistance, you can say good-bye to your basement water issues!
This top South Dakota contractor has exclusive access to Basement Systems’ award-winning waterproofing products. Since 1987, Basement Systems’ products have set the standard for dry basements. With access to 27 patented Basement Systems products, your local Basement Systems dealer can find the right solution for your specific basement or crawl space problem. With solutions like the WaterGuard basement drainage system and the UltraSump industrial-strength sump pump, your basement can be ready for the next big storm.
Other basement waterproofing products include high-performance self-draining basement dehumidifiers that also serve as air filters, basement wall and floor treatments, window wells, and basement window replacements. Browse the full line of basement waterproofing products.
Flooded basement: Once your basement gets flooded, you want to get to the root of the problem and get it fixed ASAP. South Dakota summers bring frequent, sometimes severe, thunderstorms and other forms of precipitation, such as blizzards and ice storms, occur often during winter. When torrential downpours seep into your house, they often force their way into the house foundation, and then make its way into the basement.
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 basement today! The waterproofing experts in the Basement Systems network have helped homeowners across the state of South Dakota 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 South Dakota 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.
"Glad we can finally finish our basement off now that it is waterproofed!" Read Full Testimonial
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Let Basement Systems solve your basement or crawl space water problem. Whether you live in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Aberdeen, Watertown or Brookings, our basement waterproofing contractors are ready and willing to help you transform your damp basement into a healthier, more comfortable space.
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Don’t entrust the integrity of your house to an amateur. When your basement is wet, call in the professionals who have been keeping basements and crawl spaces dry 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 Basement Systems dealer, we can provide a permanent solution and will back it up with a lifetime, transferable warranty.
Project Location: 20th St West, Mobridge, SD 57601
Comment: We would like an estimate for mold removal and sealant in a basement
Project Location: Ohio Ave, Platte, SD 57369
Comment: Water came into the basement last spring. concerned about blackmold. Would like to stop the worry of water once and for all. Need some ideas.
Project Location: 8TH Street Sw, Ipswich, SD 57451
Comment: Water leaking in from basement rafters and egress window .... drain tile not draining possible blockage
Project Location: Alma Ave, Ipswich, SD 57451
Comment: I got water coming in a little on a few walls near the footer part of my basement. I was looking at your above ground system you have. Not looking to spend alot. I just want the water to be routed to the sump pump that leaks in only from a heavy rain.
Project Location: S 1st Street, Ashton, SD 57424
Comment: Water coming from the joins between the walls and the floors of my basement. we have 2 pumps in our basements and still not enough.
Project Location: Frank Ave We, Huron, SD 57350
Project Location: TIGER ST, Mitchell, SD 57301
Comment: Last fall when we got all that rain the south side of our basement was saturated such that when stepping onto affected areas water would pool around your feet. This evening, it rained far less but was very windy and the north side of our basement experienced a similar, but less extreme issue. I don't know if I have drain tile installed, but the walls were never wet either time so I don't think the window wells are a concern. I really just want someone who knows about this type of thing to help me.
Project Location: West Aspen Avenue, Groton, SD 57445
Comment: Looking to install drain tile inside existing un-finished basement with sump pits. possible egress window
Project Location: Rosewood Dr, Harrisburg, SD 57032
Comment: We recently moved into this home. Our sump pump works well, but runs extremely frequently. During a recent rainstorm it ran every 30 seconds, and even on completely dry days runs every 2-7 minutes. I am curious if there are other options to improve the drainage around my house and decrease the water flow into the sump system.
Project Location: Main ST, Jefferson, SD 57038
Comment: Water issues within home - Please contact
Project Location: S FRED ST, Egan, SD 57024
Comment: Cyclical flooding occurs during very wet springs. We live near a river and the ground water rises sufficiently to cause substantial flooding in the basement during wet years. The basement is an old poured concrete structure that was installed well after the initial construction of the house.
Project Location: Beaver Street, Elkton, SD 57026
Comment: Our one home is 100 years old - 1920 - the basement walls are poured cement and when we put up false walls in the basement 1990, the walls were a little crumbly then, that's the last time i saw them. In the last few years we have had a lot of problems with water in the basement, coming up through the cracks in the cement floor and coming in the north and south sides of the house - up to about 6 - 8 inches into the basement (it's been wet in Elkton) - we need to do some repairs but we are concerned that the basement walls may have issues. Could you give us an estimate about basement repairs