Our portfolio boasts several successful basement waterproofing projects completed in various areas of Long Island.
Our team of experts worked diligently to ensure that the projects were done efficiently and effectively. We take pride in delivering top-notch results that meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our clients.
French Drain Installation
Problem: After every rain, our client would experience water floods in the basement, leading to many problems, not to mention making the area inhabitable.
Solution: Our solution was to vacuum the existing water out and to add a french drain to prevent future floods and reduce the risk of long-term water damage in the property by diverting the water that is pooling against or leaking into the property away from the building itself so that it can be safely drained away.
Sump Pump Installation
Problem: The client reported flooding every time there was heavy rain, causing many problems within the property and causing damage to the foundation.
Solution: Our solution was to install interior and exterior sump pumps. When the water is high, sump pumps automatically pump the excess water out of the basement and away from the property using a discharge line.
Finishing & Remodeling: Unfinished Basement Remodel
Problem: The clients had an unfinished basement and were looking to convert it into a livable space. There was also no safety exit in the basement and there was no waterproofing installed.
Solution: We did some demolition; we framed, insulated, installed new drywall, and installed new egress windows and exit doors. We created a storage place and laid a coat of Basecrete on the floor to make it waterproof and flexible before we installed a beautiful & modern floor tile. We also did the electric work, added canned lights as the client requested, and painted with the client’s chosen color.
Basement Cracks Repair:
Problem: The client complained of lots of cracks in the concrete surface installed in the basement. As a result, these cracks were leaking water inside the basement.
Solution: Concrete slabs can crack or damage for a variety of reasons depending on how they are used and how they were constructed. In this case, the cracks appeared due to a water intrusion fixed with a french drain. We excavated the existing concrete surface to a minimum depth of 3” and then installed a new Basecrete waterproof cement concrete to resurface the entire area.