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New Basement Door Installation

When waterproofing your basement, you want to be sure that it stays dry and healthy. This means sealing and repairing all entry-ways and cracks, including basement doors.

If your basement doors are damaged, installing a new, airtight entry-way door will provide security against unwanted water and air seepage, which can lead to lower energy-efficiency, mold growth, nasty odors, foundation damage, and more.

Basement Waterpoofing & Air Sealing

Does this look familiar? A nasty, wet basement with damaged walls, cracked floors, and drafty windows can lead to home health issues, lowered energy efficiency, mold growth, structural issues, and more. Luckily, the certified basement specialists at Basement Systems, Inc. have the solutions to create a dry and secure below-grade space.

Floor crack repair: By removing damaged flooring and fixing basement floor cracks, not only does the basement look better, but it is more secure. Water can seep through porous concrete, which will worsen floor cracks and lead to more water damage. By backfilling cracked basement floors with stone and covering it with fresh concrete, we can prevent future leaks and transform the basement floor slab.

Basement wall panels: Our BrightWall® Rigid Basement Wall System is a completely waterproof plastic paneling that provides durable, washable, and mold-proof protection. BrightWall® keeps humidity and moisture from passing through basement walls – it also installs quickly, in just one to two days.

Replacement egress windows: Outdated windows can leave your basement vulnerable to air leaks and water infiltration. But our EverLast™ replacement basement windows are properly fitted to prevent water leaks and to create an airtight seal. Our replacement windows also improve energy-efficiency, add natural light to your below-grade space, and can be adapted to suit your basement's needs.

Basement Drainage Solutions

Is your basement protected against flooding, water seepage, and leaks? Luckily, our TripleSafe™ sump pump has a three-pump system that automatically adjusts to meet drainage needs. Given its battery-powered composition, the TripleSafe™ will continue to protect against flooding during power outages. Also, its airtight, removable lid reduces noise and makes it easy to service.

By adding the UltraSump® battery backup sump pump system, you can have even more basement flood protection, as the system automatically switches on when the primary pump fails. The UltraSump® removes 12,000 gallons per hour on a fully-charged battery.

With the TripleSafe™ sump pump system and the UltraSump® battery backup sump pump, the basement specialists at Basement Systems, Inc. can assure the basement stays dry and secure, even during extreme weather conditions.

Our BrightWall® rigid, plastic wall paneling is compatible with our sump pumps, as any water seepage will be directed to your drainage system. BrightWall® is completely waterproof, durable, and mold-resistant. It also keeps humidity and water vapor from entering the basement.

Basement Sump Pump Replacement

If your home has an inefficient sump pump, then it cannot effectively protect against basement flooding, water seepage, and water damage. The waterproofing professionals at Basement Systems, Inc. offer the TripleSafe™ sump pump system, a battery-powered pump that promises security even during power outages. This three-pump system also automatically adjusts to meet pumping needs.

When paired with our CleanSpace® Finishing Wall System, you can have even more confidence in your basement's security and health. The CleanSpace® wall system is an inexpensive and waterproof vapor barrier that captures all water seepage and leaks. As an added benefit, it is virtually maintenance free and easy to clean.

By also repairing floor cracks, by backfilling them with stone and covering it with fresh concrete, we can further protect your below-grade space from water damage. Cracked concrete basement floor slabs are porous, meaning water can seep through, exacerbating the crack and leading to further structural damage.

Basement Leaky Window Repair

Poorly sealed windows leave your basement vulnerable to drafts, flooding, and leaking. Ultimately your whole home will suffer, as these issues can lead to mold growth, rising utility costs, and structural damage.

With the WellDuct® System, the waterproofing professionals at Basement Systems, Inc. can fix leaky windows and redirect flooding to a perimeter drainage system.

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