If your basement has been affected by exterior water sources, don’t wait, contact us now!
At Rhino Waterproofing, we know that many homeowners in the Northeast deal with water issues in the basement. If your basement is prone to leaking or flooding, you need our Basement Waterproofing service! What sets our waterproofing service apart from others? We control the rise of water occurring underneath the foundation floor by installing an interior pressure system using the latest technology that the industry has to offer. Not only will our unique and effective waterproofing system keep the condition of your basement safer, but it will also keep you from having to spend unnecessary money on costly damages in the future.
Whether your basement has experienced a small leak or a large flood, addressing the issue quickly and effectively is crucial. If left unaddressed, these issues can lead to expensive repairs in the future, as well as an increased chance of mold growth, which will negatively affect your home’s air quality and possibly your health.
Here at Rhino Waterproofing, we know that every home is different—that is why we offer customized waterproofing systems that will take care of any water damage issue, in any home, no matter how big or small it may be. These systems include:
Interior Waterproofing System
An interior waterproofing system helps relieve hydrostatic pressure around the floor and walls of your basement. To install this system, a Rhino Waterproofing expert will excavate a trench around the perimeter of your basement floor; a pipe, gravel and drain will then be installed at the footer. By using a pump housing container, water will be collected from the perimeter drain and directed away from your basement via a discharge and pump line.
Exterior Waterproofing System
Similar to interior waterproofing systems, exterior waterproofing also involves excavation around the perimeter of your home’s foundation. From here, one of our waterproofing professionals will clean, scrape and sanitize your basement walls, fill in any cracks with epoxy or hydraulic cement and coat your foundation, from top to bottom, with a CCW Carlisle membrane. A drain will then be installed at the footer—this will direct any water that comes in to a telescoped crock and sump pump.
If your basement has been affected by exterior water sources—such as groundwater, melting snow, storms or rain—or from a high water table, don’t wait. Contact the waterproofing experts at Rhino Waterproofing today!