There are a lot of potential ways you can try to keep water out of your basement, but there is most definitely one common factor about any and all that are successful: whatever you choose to do MUST be proactive. Like most problems that involve your East Alabama home and property, it’s best to plan ahead, and have solutions in place before the problems actually happen. It only makes sense, right? Then why do so many of us take a knee-jerk response approach to catastrophes around the home? At FoundationRX, we have an experienced team of professionals who will take great care and consideration to address your home’s specific waterproofing needs. No two homes are alike, and no two foundational situations are alike. Whether your home is newly constructed, is a classic antebellum home, or is somewhere in between, our experts know how to accurately address your home waterproofing needs, and help you prevent water in your basement to the highest degree of success. We help keep your foundation strong for many years to come. In fact, we keep it strong for the life of your structure.
Our professionals have several key methods that we utilize on a home-to-home basis, based on your home’s specific foundational situation, and your best fit waterproofing needs. If our experts deem another method more pertinent to your situation than one of the following, they will not only recommend it, but offer a full breakdown of what the solution entails, and why they think it’s the best fit for your home waterproofing needs. Here is a snapshot view of some of the most common ways FoundationRX helps prevent water in your basement, keeping your foundation strong and dry.
You might have heard of crawl space encapsulation, but may never have heard of Encapsulation for Basement Walls. If you’re really looking to turn your damp, dark, leaky basement space into usable real estate, basement wall encapsulation might be for you.
A vapor barrier system, installed by the professionals from FoundationRX, can prevent water in your basement much more than just insulating your walls, or acting out on other DIY plans.
Obviously, if you have cracks in your basement wall, or in your basement flooring, water accumulation is going to be a problem. Save time, money, and structural integrity with Crack Repairs.
Moisture Control means a lot of things to many different people, but to you, it could mean the difference between watching your kids grow up in a strong, solid home and watching your foundation crumble.