GRAND ISLAND BASEMENT WATERPROOFING
Finding standing water in your basement is distressing and unfortunately, not uncommon. Water typically finds its way in through cracks in the foundation. The cracks are formed by water. Hydrostatic pressure, as it is called, is the pressure exerted by standing water. This pressure can create cracks in foundations and walls, as it wears at the materials over time. This is one of the most common reasons that water enters the basement, however, there are other factors that can also contribute to the deterioration of a structure, allowing water to seep inside.
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At CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing, we have seen it all, and can work quickly and effectively to locate where water is entering your home from the outside, and remedy the issue in a way that suits the problem at hand. Fill out the contact form to learn more about our services!