Denver Foundation Solutions uses the best in basement waterproofing products to make home owners basements are dry, and comfortable all year round, whether it is during Colorado’s winters, or the thawing and/or rainy seasons. The basement waterproofing systems we use will protect against any water paths into your basement and foundation area.
Making sure that proper basement waterproofing is done to your home will allow you to rest easy at night knowing that water isn’t able to leak into through the foundation any longer. Whenever we install a basement waterproofing system, it will create a structurally sound foundation that may could help extend the lifespan of your home. It is a big investment, so you want to make sure it’s done right the first time.
Below is a list of the Basement Waterproofing Systems we us (click on the + below for each system for further details):
- Includes a built-in multi-flow drain tile,
- a sump pump with a clear lid for ensuring it is clean,
- battery backup system (available for installation)
- a rubber seal that takes water away from the cove joint into the drain tile
These sump pumps are designed so they are energy efficient and work well with all of SafeBasements™ basement waterproofing products. They drain water away from your basement walls, help control erosion, and improve indoor air quality in your home. Also, this sump pump can even stop Radon gas from seeping inside. Plus, it also helps lower the water table beneath the floor and around your home removing the need for a basement dehumidifier.
There is a battery backup option to ensure that your pump works should there be a power outage
Whenever we are doing a basement crack repair service to the basement in a home, we use a polyurethane injection process. The process start with thoroughly cleaning the surface of the crack and the surrounding area to make sure that there is no dirt and/or debris that could effect the repair. Once prepped, we begin injecting the polyurethane mixture into the crack until it is filled from the bottom to the floor surface. Once the liquid urethane is in the crack, it requires time to set and cure before it can be painted over or finished. Once the crack is sealed, it will prevent any water leakage in the future in your basement.