Your local basement waterproofing and wet basement repair company in Salt Lake City, UT is Utah Basement Systems
We specialize in foundation waterproofing using quality Basement Systems products. We will design a customized system to keep your basement dry. As your local Basement Systems contractor, we can help you choose the best basement waterproofing options for your home.
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If you get water in your basement every time it rains or you have an old sump pump that can’t keep up, a new basement sump pump can help keep your basement dry. Basement Systems has tested many pumps over the years and we use Zoeller pumps because we know they work.
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Moisture in the basement leads to mold growth that can damage your home, make you and your family sick, and make your basement and whole house smell musty. The solution is to remove moisture from the air. The SaniDry Sedona basement dehumidifier and air system from Basement Systems wrings the moisture from basement air and makes the damp feeling and musty smell go away!
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Project Location: N Wall Street, Salt Lake City, 84103
Comment: I have a dirt basement and I'd like it if I could reduce the dust.
Project Location: Brigham Fork Circle, Salt Lake City, 84108
Comment: Remodel basement addition leaking.
Project Location: Southridge Dr, Salt Lake City, 84129
Comment: Basement wall leaks and seems like it's under the basement floor as well. How do I fix it?
Project Location: South Wander Lane, Salt Lake City, 84117
Comment: Looking for a window well for a 32x42 (w x h) window I'm putting in, so I can add a basement bedroom
Project Location: Cavalier Dr, Salt Lake City, 84121
Comment: Potential foundation issue on south east corner of house.
Project Location: Emerson Ave., Salt Lake City, 84108
Comment: Wet basement floor after rain
Project Location: E Minden Dr, Salt Lake City, 84121
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Comment: Water leaking through cracks in basement cement floor during heavy rain. Pooling water.
Project Location: S Hartford Street, Salt Lake City, 84106
Comment: We had a addition finished last year that included a basement. we just noticed water leaking in (after a very wet spring) at the point where the old basement walls meet the new basement walls
Project Location: South Brentwood Circle, Salt Lake City, 84109
Comment: I have four basement window wells that need to be updated.
Project Location: South Walnut Park Cove, Salt Lake City, 84109
Comment: Water is visible coming up through the seams in my rubber tile activity room in the south part of our house. I have tried to contact the contractor for our house but have had no response.
Project Location: Imperial St, Salt Lake City, 84105
Comment: Our master bedroom, master bath, and another bedroom are in the basement. We have carpeting and when it rains hard the carpet is wet in spots. I am worried we have a leak in the foundation.
Project Location: West 600 North, Salt Lake City, 84116
Comment: Around 85 square yards
Project Location: N/a, Salt Lake City, 84115
Comment: Hi, My husband and I are looking to dig out our basement by a few feet so that we can turn it into a useable space. We live in a home that's 100 years old in the liberty park area and plan to keep the shelf. Can you guys help with this? I respond best by email at the moment. Thanks, Marilyn
Project Location: Meadow Moor Road, Salt Lake City, 84117
Comment: Recently water has been coming into our basement family room especially following rain storms. we added an extension on downspout, which seemed to work for awhile, but now more water saturating a corner of the carpet. no plumbing in that area of the house. please call.
Project Location: East 2700 South, Salt Lake City, 84106
Comment: Water has been getting into our basement under an addition that was built in the mid-late 1980s. At first it was just a spot or two, then last night there was a significant amount of water in the same area. New gutters that didn't direct away far enough may be the issue, but I added an extension a while ago. Not sure if it was just leftover saturation that just spilled in or what. Thanks in advance.
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