A leaking basement is one of a homeowner’s worst nightmares, potentially leading to damp throughout the home, mold problems, rot, cracked foundations and structural issues – so it’s no surprise that having your New Jersey basement waterproofed is a top priority. But how long can you expect to enjoy a dry, safe basement?
At Bonded Waterproofing Systems, we say – a lifetime. Your waterproofing solution should be tailored to your home’s exact needs, whether you need a quick waterproofing job or require additional services like sump pump installation or mold remediation/removal. After being completed, your waterproofing should last as long as your home does – that’s why we fully guarantee any waterproofing service we provide with a lifetime warrantee.
Four signs your basement waterproofing is at the end of its lifespan
However, your basement waterproofing is only as good as the skills of the people who install it. If your basement is showing any of these signs, it’s time to call in the specialists and get a solution that lasts:
- Cracked walls – Horizontal, vertical or stair-stepped, these cracks show that your walls are under too much structural pressure.
- Buckling walls – If your walls are bowing inward, they are suffering from high hydrostatic pressure.
- Mold problems – Mold is smelly and can be a serious danger to your health. Leaky basements offer the ideal environment for these organisms to grow.
- Foundation cracks – These can be the source of the water leak or the result of structural issues. Basement foundation repair specialists will have to seal these off to ensure your home is safe and sound before waterproofing it.
If you have any of these issues in your home, it’s important to contact waterproofing professionals as soon as possible to prevent the problems from worsening. At Bonded Waterproofing Systems, we specialize in quick, highly effective waterproofing systems that provide minimal disruption to your home. To find out more about our services and our lifetime warrantee, please visit our website at http://bondedwaterproofing.com/ today.