Keep your basement dry with our quality vapor barrier
Installing a vapor barrier on the walls of your basement is a critical step not to be overlooked. Water vapor can pass through basement walls and contribute to high humidity levels and mold in the basement.
The VaporLoc Elite® Basement Wall Vapor Barrier System protects your basement from moisture and water that passes through concrete foundation walls. This product serves as both a vapor barrier and also as a way to redirect water leaking through the basement walls into your drainage system below.
We specialize in basement waterproofing and basement finishing in Michigan, serving Ann Arbor, Saginaw, Traverse City, Midland, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Battle Creek, Jackson, Lansing, Saginaw, Flint, Toledo, and surrounding areas. Contact us today to set up a free inspection!
Features & Benefits
- 120 mil thick vapor barrier – lowers humidity
- Zero perm – no moisture will past through
- EVOH layer prevents musty smells and odors
- Inorganic material resists mold growth
- Directs water to perimeter drainage system
- Insulates walls and reduces energy costs
- Class A/Class 1 fire rated
- 25-year warranty
- Improves the overall look of your basement
When to use VaporLoc Elite®
Drywall, fiberglass insulation, and many other products that are often used for basement finishing are vulnerable to damage from mold and rot. One big reason for this is because the porous concrete of your basement walls is constantly allowing moisture and water to pass through. This becomes trapped behind your walls and will eventually ruin your investment. Even if you do not plan to finish the basement, this product gives your water stained walls a clean, finished look.
Ready to finish your basement? We can help
Foundation Systems of Michigan are the local experts for all your basement needs. From waterproofing to basement finishing, we have the experience and solutions to get the job done right.
In addition to protecting your basement walls, we can also keep water out of your basement with effective drainage solutions. Learn why it’s important to waterproof first before finishing your basement. While you’re at it, you may want to consider having basement wall insulation installed to help keep your dry basement warm!