Waterproofing

WATERPROOFING OMAHA NEBRASKA

Drain Main is a stand alone baseboard-style system for basement waterproofing. The open-back design allows water to enter the system for the full length of the channel. It also has three ridged spacers to catch water that may come down from the wall.

Basement Waterproofing Services in Omaha

 

All Hands Waterproofing provides a reliable solution to basement Waterproofing in Omaha and surrounding areas of statewide Nebraska and Western Iowa. Basement waterproofing is a blanket term that describes a wide range of processes and techniques to fix leaky or wet basements. Every house is different, and depending on the unique situation of a homeowner, All Hands Waterproofing will utilize various methods and waterproofing systems to remedy wet basement repair. By first identifying the source of a leak, we will be able to tailor a solution to your basement’s problems. Whether your basement is finished or unfinished, we will take steps to find the source and diagnose your leakage problem, and then proceed with the appropriate remedy. We service many areas of Nebraska, bringing basement waterproofing to a higher level for home owners needing a more reliable solution for their wet basement problems. All Hands Waterproofing is a basement waterproofing contractor that can solve your basement leakage problems permanently.

Free, no-obligation wateproofing inspections & estimates

If you have water in your basement, give us a call today, 402.206.9815. One of our basement waterproofing specialists will visit your home for a free inspection. It doesn’t matter if you are dealing with basement water due to wall cracks, floor cracks, window leaks, porous concrete, hydrostatic pressure… We have solutions for it all.

Advantages of Basement and Foundation Waterproofing


Increased Resale Value – Effective leaky/wet basement solutions generally result in a higher resale value for your home.

Fewer Hassles – Once your home is waterproof, you don’t have to worry about issues with your basement or foundation each time there’s a heavy rain. In addition, you can maximize all of the square footage of your home.

Better Air Quality – The quality of your air is only as good as the contaminants that the air contains. Mold spores and dust mite parts and excrement can easily become airborne. Once these contaminants are ingested into the lungs, they can cause breathing issues. For people who already suffer from asthma or allergies, these contaminants can exacerbate their condition and cause flare-ups.

 

There are four common sources of water that seeps into basements:

1.) Surface water running down foundation walls.

2.) Groundwater in water-saturated soils being pushed into the basement by hydrostatic pressure.

3.) Storm sewer water from the municipal storm sewer system backing up into the home’s existing perimeter foundation drain and leaking into the basement (this can only occur if the perimeter foundation drain system is connected to the municipal sewer system.)

4.) Sanitary sewer water from a combined municipal storm/sanitary sewer system backing up into the home’s drain system, causing sewer water to come up through sink drains and floor drains on lower levels.

After a thorough inspection to identify the cause of the problem, it can normally be cured with one or more of these scenerios. Foundation Repair or  Installing A Sump Pump.

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