Ultimate Guide To Waterproofing Your Kansas City Home
Even if water leaks are uncommon, just a little moisture in your home can cause significant damage. Your ability to finish your basement is restricted, Kansas City’s natural groundwater can cause cracks and bowing in your foundation walls and moisture often leads to bacteria and mold growth, posing a serious health threat to you and your family. Additionally, a dry basement is one of the leading factors in resale value of a home.
When you consider the risks a wet basement could cause to your family’s health, the increased resale value of your home after waterproofing, and the risk of a flooded basement without waterproofing, the decision becomes easy. But it’s important to know all the facts and options.
Let our Ultimate Guide to Waterproofing Your Kansas City Home provide you with the answers you need to make the best decision for your home waterproofing needs.
And then learn more about our approach to Basement Waterproofing and how we can help you today.
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Why You Should Waterproof Your Home
As we stated above, basement waterproofing is crucial to the health of your home and your family. Let this group of articles help you dig deeper into the reasons basement waterproofing in Kansas City is an important investment.
- Basement Waterproofing – What You Need to Know
- Moisture in Basements: Causes and Solutions
- 5 Major Attributes Contributing to Your Kansas City Home Value
- Important Health Concerns of a Damp Basement – coming soon
- How a Damp Basement Affects Your Kansas City, MO Foundation
- 5 Common Causes of Basement Leaks and How to Fix Them
- Facts about Mold and Dampness
- Kansas City Groundwater
Basement Waterproofing Prevention
There are many ways to keep moisture and water away from your basement and foundation. Learn some of the best practices and options you can implement to keep your basement dry.
Signs Of Foundational Water Damage
Not sure what you are looking at. We understand as we’ve gone through rigorous training to become experts in the cause and solution of basement waterproofing and foundation repair. This collection of articles will teach you what you are looking at and looking for when it comes to foundational water damage of your home
Basement Waterproofing Methods For Your Kansas City Home
Finding the right waterproofing solution for your home is an important step. It’s important to research the options and know the benefits of that options before making this important investment. Learn your basement waterproofing options here.
- Choose the Interior Waterproofing Method Best for You
- How to Choose A Basement Waterproofing Company in Kansas City
- Basement Waterproofing in the Winter?
- Sump Pump Installations in Your Home
- Exterior vs Interior Waterproofing Methods – coming soon
- What to expect in a Basement Waterproofing Investment
- So You Want to Waterproof Your Home
Basement Waterproofing Case Studies
Helical Tie Back Being installed through a residential foundation wall. Hydraulic drive head. Workers adjusting the hydraulics’ to continue driving the Helical Tie Back in the Ground. Average Depth is 15-20 ft. Helical Tie Back Load Bearing Plate. This is placed on...
Here is a piercing job completed by Keith's crew in Lees Summit, MO. In this job, Keith and his crew worked to resolve a foundation repair issue with previously installed piers. The piers weren’t making sure the house was lifted and level, and that’s very important to...
In this job study, we are going to Olathe, KS with Fernando’s crew. This was a fairly big job, and it had a few different pieces. The homeowner, Robert, purchased the home knowing that some previous work had been done to it. They had plate anchors installed...
In this job in Mission, KS, Keith’s crew worked on a basement waterproofing dilemma. Basement waterproofing can cause issues with the foundation and it’s important to take care of them as soon as possible to avoid big future expenses. Once the crew arrived, they spoke...