In the before you can see a window that allows water to enter the basement, and in the after you can see our window dressing that doesn't allow water too collect in the basement window and enter the basement.
This home was having trouble with water entering the basement. Due to the moisture in the basement there was an issue with mold as well. Midwest Basement Systems waterproofed the basement and installed EverLast wall paneling.
With any type of waterproofing, the sump pump is the heart of the system. Make sure to service your sump pump annually.
With all of the dry weather the ground has released a lot of water and shriveled up. During this process the soil will pull away from the foundation walls. This will allow movement and settlement of the basement foundation walls. This is an example of cracks in the wall and the wall is bowing. The wall can be braced and stabilized with bracing. In many cases the wall can be straightened back to plumb.
The floor of this garge simply crumbled and cracked during the installation of the waterproofing system. The original pour of this concrete was horrible. It was not mixed correctly and was certainly too thin. We completely removed the floor, waterproofed the garage and restored the floor.
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