We always strive to make our basement waterproofing solutions exceed your expectations.
Unless the basement at your Des Moines, Iowa home or business is 100% dry with no moisture issues, it isn’t a bad idea to learn about what basement waterproofing is, how it can make a difference, and why that is important. Here at AdvantaClean of Des Moines Central, we offer a variety of basement waterproofing solutions and our factory-trained and certified technicians are adept at determining the best course of action for your situation.
We have an arsenal of solutions at our disposal, including injection polyurethane and epoxies for wall and slab cracks, carbon fiber and epoxy strap wall stabilization systems for bowed basement walls, and drainage system installation, including drain tiles and sump pump installation. Our highly-skilled technicians will diagnose your moisture source and come up with the right solution so your wet, damp basement can be usable space and your home protected from humidity and moisture concerns.
You can also count on us to determine what is causing the problem as there are some situations which need to be resolved for an effectual solution. We’ll look for such issues as improper grade of your property, clogged gutters or downspouts, and insufficient water channeling with the gutters and downspouts.
You can be confident that the technicians we send to your home or business will demonstrate technical competence in resolving your basement waterproofing and will serve you with complete professionalism and respect for you and your property. We always strive to make your home or business a safe, clean, and healthy place to be. Contact us today to learn more about our basement waterproofing services or any of the services we offer.
FAQs About Basement Waterproofing
At AdvantaClean of Des Moines Central, it is not unusual for us to get questions about basement waterproofing from families in the Des Moines, Iowa area. They usually come about when someone realizes they have water intrusion or a moisture problem, but sometimes they relate to preventing problems. We are always happy to address questions and concerns related to restorative situations or being proactive. Here are a few questions we have been asked in the past:
Does basement waterproofing really work?
We have more than 20 years of experience in helping people have healthy homes and businesses. You can’t have a healthy environment with excessive moisture present. We utilize the best methods known today for basement waterproofing and provide rigorous training and certification for all of our team members. You can have complete confidence that we’ll resolve your wet basement problem.
Will basement waterproofing increase my home’s value?
If your basement is wet, it is hurting the value of your home, so correcting the problem does in essence increase its value.
What can happen if I don’t do basement waterproofing?
The issues you are having will continue to worsen, in most cases. Once we assess the situation and find out what is causing your wet basement, we will be able to tell you more about the potential dangers of delaying or foregoing basement waterproofing.
Does the entire basement require waterproofing?
It depends on the cause of the problem. If we only waterproof that area where the water is intruding, it could find the point of least resistance and pose a problem in a new area. We’ll assess your situation and let you know if an entire wall needs waterproofing or if full basement waterproofing would be the best course of action.
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