Basement floor cracks can be easily and effectively repaired.
One of the more perplexing issues that homeowners face when it comes to basement water problems is how to stop water from rising up through their basement floor.
Fortunately, basement floor cracks can be easily and effectively repaired as part of a proper perimeter drainage system. If you'd like a free quote for repairing basement floor cracks, contact us by phone or e-mail today!
When it's necessary to fix a leaking basement floor crack, we at Foundation Systems of Michigan usually suggest installing a lateral line drainage system to collect water from the crack and redirect it to your sump pump system. When installing this kind of floor drainage system, we follow these three steps:
Water can also rise directly through the porous concrete of your basement floor.
Carpet or wood installed on the concrete will trap this moisture underneath, resulting in mold and rot. Be sure to seal your basement floor before installing carpet or organic materials.
In most cases, a lateral drain will not be recommended for waterproofing your basement cracks in the floor. Most water that collects under the floor will be taken care of by the sump pump or perimeter drainage system before the water can push up through the floor cracks.
In the case of serious flooding through cracks, however, creating a lateral line to your drainage system is an easy, cost-effective way to help keep your basement dry.
We waterproof basements in Michigan, including Ann Arbor, Saginaw, Traverse City, Midland, Flint, Waterford, Bloomfield Hills, Taylor, Petoskey, Troy, Sterling Heights and many areas nearby.
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