The NoWater Waterproofing System
The NoWater waterproofing system can be used to put a stop to your basement moisture problems once and for all. If you are noticing that your drains are becoming clogged and ineffective as your home ages, then it may be time to think about getting a different kind of moisture control product installed. As your home gets older, it's only natural that existing floor drains are going to become clogged with debris, or tree roots from outside your home may even start to grow into them! Trust us - we have seen it all when it comes to these old fashioned waterproofing systems, and anything could be causing them to clog and push water out onto your floor.
Our waterproofing system has proven to be effective at taking care of even the worst moisture problems underneath a home. It was specially-engineered and designed to be able to withstand the test of time in a home environment. It will provide you and your family with a dry, safe, healthy, and usable basement environment. When you have a dry area underneath your home, you may consider finishing it to finally add on those extra rooms you have always wanted. All homeowners want extra space in their home for more bedrooms, a home theater, family room, office, gym, playroom for the kids, craft room, etc. Now is your chance! Get your basement fixed with our NoWater waterproofing system and you will be able to transform the area into anything you've always dreamed of having.
What's more is that our basement waterproofing system will help to improve the resale value of your home. This is great news if you are thinking about putting your home on the market in the next couple of years. Prospective home buyers want to look at homes that have some kind of waterproofing system in place so that they don't need to worry about doing the work on their own. This makes your home much more appealing and quick to sell.
The NoWater system is a drainage system that is installed along the footing of your basement. It's placed on top of small rocks, typically crushed stone or gravel, so that it won't move around. Then, the pipe is attached to a sump pump. This system will be able to direct water from the walls, floors, cove joint, and ceiling to the sump pump where it will be sent out and away from the home at a safe distance. For more information on The No Water System, please visit www.nowatersystem.com.
Please feel free to call us today to learn more about basement waterproofing, or to schedule an appointment for a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you soon!