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Basement Leaks

Do you have a leaky, wet basement? We can help.

Basement leaks not only make life miserable, they may cause damage to contents, produce mold and mildew, and result in expensive repairs to your structure. Basement walls should seal out a moderate amount of water, but few will withstand a great deal of water pressure. If the basement leaks only during heavy rains, this can lead to basement flooding, and the proliferation of mold and mildew. This not only compromises your house's structural integrity, it also is a health hazard to you and your family. To remedy this, Bullseye Basement Technologies has developed the ultimate in basement crack sealing, the Techni-Crack®, Water Trek, and Water Grabber® along with the dehumidification line including the Air Mop® 2, Humid-Evac®, and BonAire. With the Techni-Crack®, Water Trek®, Water Grabber®, Air Mop® 2, Humid-Evac®, and BonAire homeowners can be assured they have a worry free solution in place.

    Basement Leaks

    Unfortunately, a lot of basement foundation walls are not built with enough structural steel. Rarely are the outside of the walls waterproof. As a result, if the concrete cracks, you get a leaky basement. One solution is to patch basement cracks on the interior of your basement wall. Bullseye Basement Technologies has a variety of waterproofing solutions to put an end to your basement leaks.

      Foundation Cracks

      Cracks in basement foundations can be found in almost every home. They are usually in corners or from corners of windows, as well as pour lines, in holes for service lines, or rod ties. Since the soil on which houses are built varies, not every foundation settles at the same point, which can cause foundation cracks in your basement. It is important to repair all cracks as soon as they are discovered to avoid more extensive damage.

        Basement Crack

        There are different types of basement cracks. Hairline cracks usually form within the first month. The biggest problem these can cause is water leakage. Other types include horizontal cracks, and cracks with misaligned edges or continuing movement. These basement cracks may require a professional.

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