A-1 Indiana Waterproofing provides a reliable solution to basement Waterproofing in Indianapolis and surrounding areas of statewide Indiana. Basement waterproofing is a blanket term that describes a wide range of processes and techniques to fix leaky or wet basements. Every house is different, and depending on the unique situation of a homeowner, A-1 Indiana Waterproofing of Indianapolis will utilize various methods and waterproofing systems to remedy wet basement repair. By first identifying the source of a leak, we will be able to tailor a solution to your basement's problems. Whether your basement is finished or unfinished, we will take steps to find the source and diagnose your leakage problem, and then proceed with the appropriate remedy. We service many areas of Indiana, bringing basement waterproofing to a higher level for home owners needing a more reliable solution for their wet basement problems.
A-1 Indiana Waterproofing is a basement waterproofing contractor that can solve your basement leakage problems permanently. Diverting water and alleviating the pressure from water can prevent deterioration to foundation walls, footing and doors. Our interior drain tile system uses drain tile and a submersible sump pump to divert and push water away from the structure preventing future damage and deterioration to foundation walls.
Wet Basement & Waterproofing Problems
Hydrostatic (water) pressure is the most common cause of a wet basement. This is the pressure exerted on foundation walls, footings, and basement floors by underground water and is produced by higher water tables, poor soil percolation and/or poor drainage systems adjacent to the structure causing major waterproofing problems. The greater accumulation of underground water, particularly from rain and melting snow, the greater the pressure exerted on foundation walls and floors. A high percentage of foundation cracks and floor cracks are a direct result of hydrostatic pressure. Typically water enters the basement through foundation cracks, floor cracks and/or through the juncture of the floor and walls, however, water can enter the basement from over the top of foundation walls, thought mortar joints, and windows. If not treated, the water will promote deterioration in walls and floors and the basement will remain chronically damp.
There are many ways that water can enter a basement. A proper diagnosis is essential for solving basement water problems. A-1 Indiana Waterproofing is a waterproofing contractor in surrounding areas of Indiana that offers a free consultation and estimate with one of our basement experts. Contact us today to set up a free estimate. If you can't determine the source of your basement water problem, call our office at 1-800-871-6322. We'll set up a free consultation and estimate to help diagnose your problem.