Welcome to Basement Waterproofing Services Mississauga.
Whether you have a leaking (basement) cracks in the foundation, or other settling and foundation problems, Homepros.ca wet Basement Waterproofing serving Toronto has a professional solution for your residential home. We have been serving Toronto Mississauga Etobicoke and surrounding GTA doing basement waterproofing and foundation repairs professionals for over 20 years. All of our wet basement waterproofing and foundation solutions are state of the art, using the best technology on the market. Our crews are clean and professional, guaranteeing a clean efficient job every time. Be sure to ask about our Lifetime Warranty Solutions to get the maximum protection you deserve for your basement.
Foundation and waterproofing solutions serving Ontario Canada.
905-823-home(4663) or 1-888-301-3337
A home is most people’s largest investment; you deserve the best waterproofing solution for your residential home or commercial property. Talk to our Toronto leak proofing professional about installing new weeping tiles around the foundation for your basement drainage problems. Underpinning basements for basement curbing support footings and weeping tile should be left to professional basement lowering companies.
Most problems in basements are caused by water. The first defense in drying a wet basement is to find where the water is entering the basement. Is it condensation or is it water flowing in from outside of the building, or it may be comming through a crack in the walls or the floor slab? Is a high water table trying to move your basement out of the ground? As you look at each of the possibilities, as described , keep in mind that the problem could be the result of a combination of these.
Typicly basements have a poured concrete slab as the as the basement floor. The slab will sometime crack and separate. There are several reasons for this, but thank the heavens many can be avoided with proper planning and preparation.
Toronto Water problems
Heavy items sitting basement floor.
Expansion from freezing and thawing.
How to prevent this from happening.