Each of the Wisconsin 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 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. Say good-bye to your wet basement with the best basement waterproofing in your neighborhood!
These top Wisconsin contractors have exclusive access to Basement Systems’ award-winning waterproofing products. Basement Systems’ products have set the standard for dry basements since 1987. With access to 27 patented Basement Systems products, your local Basement Systems dealer can tailor the right solution to address 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 rainstorm.
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.
Flooding: Floods in Wisconsin happen in the spring, when April showers meet melting snow. So it's no surprise that a snowy winter leads to higher-than-average water levels in rivers and streams. Ice jams often make the problem worse. While flooding can hit northern and central parts of the state, homeowners in Southern Wisconsin still remember the 2008 flooding that hit 31 counties (NOAA Natioanl Weather Service). Flooding can happen at other times of year, too, given Lake Michigan’s record-high water levels. Milwaukee and other cities along the coast are at risk of flooding, as happened even with a January 2020 winter storm. Forecasts for 2020 for the state foresee higher-than-normal rainfalls, putting unprotected basements at risk.
Other causes: Maybe your basement is experiencing a minor form of flooding, such as water pooling in a corner or an inefficient sump pump during a rainstorm. The grading around your foundation or a clogged drainage pipe or gutter can cause excess moisture in the basement. Hydrostatic pressure from the soils around the foundation can cause floor and wall cracks, which then invite moisture in when it rains or snow melts. Sometimes the source of a leak is clear, such as a rusty window or door sill. Finally, plumbing failures can lead to wet basement floors and the damp environment of the basement can cause excess humidity and encourage mold growth (with unpleasant consequences, such as rotting wood, soggy furnishings, and musty smells).
The purpose of a basement waterproofing system is to address any potential sources of moisture or leaks and prevent future water damage.
Waterproof your basement today! The waterproofing experts in the Basement Systems network have helped homeowners across the Wisconsin of Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin basement waterproofers 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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Don't wait til the next severe storm damages your basement! From Milwaukee to Eau Claire, greater Green Bay to Wausau, from Stone Lake to LaCrosse, there’s a local basement waterproofing company in our network with the expertise to turn your basement into a dry, usable space. Let Basement Systems solve your basement, foundation, or crawl space water problem today.
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Project Location: Oak Creek, WI 53154
Comment: Basement Flooding Additional information: Preferred Method of Contact:: Phone
Project Location: Bristol, WI 53104
Comment: Leaking Basement
Project Location: Oak Creek, WI 53154
Comment: I want to address some sepage into basement.
Project Location: Trevor, WI 53179
Comment: Curious about price to cover roughly 1400 sq ft
Project Location: Franklin, WI 53132
Comment: Basement leaks when there is heavy rain. This leaks on the bottom of the wall
Project Location: Genoa City, WI 53128
Comment: Leaking and wet basement despite already adding drain tile, moving sump pit, correcting gutters and where they dump, also added dirt around foundation to eliminate low areas. Water continues to enter through floor.
Project Location: New Berlin, WI 53151
Comment: There are several basement windows. Approx 16 x 32. I would like to replace them with windows that can open, and that have a screen to let air pass thru.
Project Location: Waterford, WI 53185
Comment: Basement leaks around well pump and is worse when it rains heavily. We have also started to have basement flooding when heavy rain occurs.
Project Location: Theinsville, WI 53092
Comment: I have a vertical crack the length of the wall that is leaking a small amount of moisture.
Project Location: Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Comment: We have an older model pedestal style sump pump that is short cycling every 45 seconds. Additional information: Preferred Method of Contact:: Email
Project Location: Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Comment: I need external sump pump trenching and draining for my home
Project Location: Cedarburg, WI 53012
Project Location: Kohler, WI 53044
Comment: Addressing water in basement
Project Location: Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Comment: Chad is looking for 1 egress window.
Project Location: Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Comment: Please send to Badger, she is looking for an egress only and we don't do them. I told her that I would go ahead and send her info to Badger and have them give her a call. She has owned the condo for six years now and there is a finished bedroom downstairs that she would like to put an egress window into.