Concrete foundation waterproofing keeps the basement dry and ensures that your house can support its own weight. Finished or not, wet and damp basements can erode the concrete foundation as well as cause mold (along with unpleasant odors and unsightly stains). Since concrete itself is not waterproof, concrete foundation waterproofing is often a necessary step in regular home maintenance.
Concrete foundation waterproofing can be performed in a variety of different ways. Since wet soil can become loose and cause the concrete foundation to shift, the goal is usually to keep water from pooling around or underneath your home. There are many different waterproofing methods to choose from, but the general principles are almost always the same:
For more about waterproofing solutions (and their costs), contact BasementRemodeling.com in Rockville, Maryland today.
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