Waterproofing and Foundation Repair

Retaining Walls and Exterior Drains
February 25, 2020
Basement Storage
Waterproofing for a Practical Basement
May 15, 2020

Keeping the Elements Out

With spring just around the corner, it’s time to give your foundation a reassessment. Winter weather can wreak havoc on your basement and the features that keep water out.

If your foundation is in need of repairs or waterproofing, D-Bug has a team of experts with the best tools at our disposal to help repair any damage that winter may have caused. If you feel like your basement is in need of a touch-up, call our toll-free number at 1-855-381-1528, or visit our basement waterproofing and foundation repair pages to learn more.

Fighting Cracking & Pushing

The freezing and thawing of groundwater in the winter can do a number on your basement walls. If your basement is a victim of the winter onslaught, D-Bug’s foundation repair experts can repair your walls in a variety of ways, including:

  • Wall anchors
  • Wall replacement
  • Concrete retaining walls
  • Steel I-beam supports
  • Purging and sealing walls
  • Piering

Find which option is right for you by visiting our foundation repair page.

Walls vs. Water

Cracked or bowed foundations make it easier for water to seep into your basement. Water damage is a lingering threat for any home-owner — moisture in your basement can lead to mold damage. D-Bug’s experts use a 21st century approach to keep water out of your foundation, with the use of exterior and interior French drains, floor drain inspections and installations, and sump pumps.

Opening Up New Possibilities

Repairing your foundation and waterproofing your basement is the first step toward a fully finished basement.

D-Bug can do it all from start to end — even the remodeling. If the only thing holding you back from a fully-finished basement is water or mold damage, don’t hesitate to call D-Bug for a free quote at 1-855-381-1528, or visit our webpages on foundation repair and waterproofing to learn more.

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