If you have a stone foundation and it has leaks, then you need to address it right away. In most cases older homes would be where you would fine this. Back in the day, stone foundation was considered very reliable and strong. Unfortunately as times passes, the stones start being exposed due to weather and are susceptible to losing their strength and becoming brittle where water could potentially leak into the basement of your home. Because of the rainfall and snow melt in the Denver area, you may find puddles in your basement or find water stained because the water is not draining. Not to worry, even though this is not good if you take the proper steps the problem can be corrected.
Denver Foundation Solutions are experts on these type of seepage issues and are experienced on how to make the proper repairs needed. Our knowledgeable team of professionals will be able to provide you with the right basement waterproofing system(s) to stop the stone foundation seepage at an affordable price.
Repairing a Masonary & Stone Foundation Seepage
Below you will see four systems we use to fix this problem and will determine what would be the best solution to your water leakage problem. Depending if your situation is minor or extreme will determine which is the system to use. To find out more click on the + below for further details.
This system is designed by SafeBasements and is carefully designed compact system to cover more surface area than other traditional water collection systems being used. By having an increased surface area it allows for more water to be pointed to a basement sump pump in less time.
The Safe Edge™ System features:
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.