Why Does Water Seep In?
Concrete foundations are susceptible to climatic seasonal processes, and to changing soil conditions. As the soil around your home shifts with changes in its water content, your home continues to settle, and the torsion of that movement can crack the concrete walls of your basement, causing the walls to bow and to let in water. Other processes that can cause your foundation to resettle include subsidence, the removal of material (groundwater) from beneath your home, loss or decay of organic material from around your home, or the intrusion of tree and shrubbery roots. The cracks appear over time, and as they get bigger will be more expensive to repair. Our team of basement waterproofing and drainage installation experts serving Great Falls will get to the exact cause of your water drainage problems so that we can provide a permanent solution. We can tackle many different basement concrete issues:
- Foundation Wall Cracking
- Bowed Basement Walls
- Basement Floor Cracking
- Malfunctioning Sump Pump
- Improper Drainage
Let the Experts at Yellowstone Waterproof Your Basement
Moisture seepage can be detrimental to your home and your health. When you suspect that your basement is experiencing excess water or water seepage, don’t waste a second. Contact Yellowstone Structural System’s Great Falls concrete repair and basement waterproofing experts. Our professionals will work diligently to diagnose the problem and provide you with a solution that makes sense! Our solutions are cost-effective and long-lasting. No matter the reason for basement waterproofing or drainage installation in Great Falls, Yellowstone Structural Systems is your best option. Reach out to our team today for a free consultation!