Interior Basement Waterproofing

Interior Basement Water

When water is entering your basement, it is important that you stop it immediately. Typically basement waterproofing issues are caused by a crack in your basement wall or water leaking through the cove joint (the point where your basement wall meets the floor). These problems are easily solvable by having an interior basement waterproofing system installed in your basement. Our team at Maryland Basement and Crawl Space Waterproofing has experience helping homeowners deal with a wide variety of basement waterproofing issues inside of their homes. Often times when you see water in your basement, it can be a sign that there are foundation issues causing cracks for water to leak into your basement.

We can help you identify where your basement is leaking from and install an interior waterproofing system to help stop the leak at the source. Whether we are filling wall and floor cracks or installing a sump pump system, our team knows the method that will work best to stop the leak.

What Causes Interior Basement Waterproofing Issues?

There are various causes which can cause basement waterproofing issues, including wall and floor cracks or even faulty plumbing. Our team specializes in identifying these causes and repairing these issues. When your basement has water issues, they are most likely caused by excess water in the soil around your home. As this water builds up, it begins to seek out other areas of low pressure. These can occur when the water outside of your foundation finds a crack or seam in your basement wall or floor that is improperly sealed. Our team can fill these cracks and provide you with a waterproofing system to expel water away from your home.

What Signs To Look For

When checking your basement for signs of water intrusion it is important to check for the easy to spot signs first. Large puddles of water and damp basement walls are clear signs that water is entering your basement from the outside. Once you have found these spots check for cracks in your basement walls and floors, it is important to note that even the smallest crack may be letting water into your basement. In addition to this, you can check to see if there are any large gaps at the area where your basement walls meet the floor.

Our experts are trained to identify these issues and during any normal inspection and consultation can point these issues out to you.

Our Interior Waterproofing Systems

There are a variety of systems that contractors use to repair basement leaks. That is to mean that there are as many correct ways to stop water intrusion as there are wrong ones. Thankfully, our team at Maryland Basement and Crawl Space Waterproofing only value the highest quality of work, employing the best methods and waterproofing systems in the industry. We use high quality products to waterproof basements. From drain tiles to sump pump systems, the products we install will keep your home dry longer.

Water Collection Systems

The first step is to collect the water that is entering into your basement. There are a number of different products that can accomplish this and our team will choose the correct one depending on your situation and how the water is entering your home.

Water Diversion Systems

Once the water is collected, it must be diverted and sent to a sump pit to ultimately remove it from the basement. This is done with a series of products that are comprised of channels which will safely direct the water around the basement to the pit.

Basement Sump Pumps

Sump pumps are an important party of any basement waterproofing system. These pumps are designed to collect the water that would normally leak into your basement and expel it outside of the home. We install these systems to help homeowners who live in areas with heavy run-off from snow or rain to help keep their basement safe and dry.

Basement Dehumidifiers

An important part of any waterproofing system is a dehumidifier. This product will help ensure the humidity levels are under control and will prevent the growth of mold or mildew. We have many different types, sizes, and capacities for every situation your home could have.

Contact Our Experts For Interior Basement Waterproofing

If you have noticed any of the problems above then you should contact our experts online or by calling 410-934-1319 immediately to schedule an inspection and basement waterproofing services.