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Recently updated on November 25th, 2023 at 08:04 pm

Basement Flooding Repair

If you’ve ever experienced flooding in your basement, you know how awful it is. Basement flooding creates a huge pile of problems — from just getting the water out of your basement, to cleaning up or dumping everything that got wet, and scrubbing the floor and walls clean. Countless hours and thousands of dollars can be spent cleaning up and repairing even minor flooding. A major flood can destroy the contents of your basement and turn your life into a cleanup hell for days or weeks!

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Why Should You Call DWS Concrete Repair?


DWS Concrete Repair is a widely used basement waterproofing service that is well-known and highly recommended. It has even been featured on HGTV’s Holmes on Homes and Love It or List It! The best part about DWS Concrete Repair— aside from its effectiveness and professional endorsements on HTV — is its unmatched 25-year “stay dry” guarantee! It is a warranty that company and its employees stand by, and is transferable if you ever sell your home.

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Calculating the Cost of Solving the Problem

Both interior and exterior waterproofing are common, everyday tasks performed by professionals. You might be surprised by how cost effective a repair job is — especially when considering the cost (in time and money) of cleaning up after repeated flooding. An straightforward cost calculator is available at Cost Calculator to help you estimate the cost of ridding your home of its basement flooding problem once and for all.

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The Many Causes of Basement Flooding:


Every flood-prone basement is different; there is no single easily identifiable cause for every flooding basement. Many factors can contribute to the problem. But at a basic level, the problem is pretty straightforward: water is getting into your basement, and it shouldn’t be. Water takes the path of least resistance. Even if your foundation walls and floors are in good condition, if your home is in a low-lying area or the lowest part of your property, when it rains a lot, there is the risk that water will end up in your basement.

There are various things that can contribute or cause foundation seepage such as: down spouts connecting to weeping tiles, old foundations or clogged weeping tiles to name a few.

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