All - Dry Carolinas has been solving basement, creep and foundation problems for homeowners in Clemson, SC and surrounding areas for over 25 years. We are equipped with innovative products and solutions that keep your home safe and dry.
The impregnation centre has suitable products and technical advice and is equipped with a wide range of waterproofing solutions for any type of basement and foundation problem. We offer everything from waterproof concrete brick walls to waterproof basement walls from the outside and from the outside to the inside.
Cantey Foundation Specialists provides industry-leading solutions installed by technical experts and has all the tools needed for a safe and dry home. Cantey's foundation specialists have access to all the tools, equipment and appliances you need for safe, dry and home use, as well as a wide range of waterproofing solutions.
Learn how ICC - IT assesses your E with fire - a coating that combines flame propagation and fire protection to meet fire safety requirements. The waterproofing applied to the product as a hand spray is formulated to protect your structure from water damage and damage to your existing structure and the outside of your home. This technology provides a consistently waterproof composition with high protection against moisture, heat, wind and other natural forces.
The coating forms a rubber-like elastomeric waterproof membrane and can be applied to many surfaces, including asphalt, bitumen and concrete. For indoor and outdoor use, Redgard can use a cement-based membrane or plasterboard-based material. Rapid crack sealing is equipped with a high-quality, non-corrosive, low-moisture and high-moisture, GyPSum-based material for use in the interior of your home or building.
RedGard Waterproofing Crack Prevention Membrane is a waterproofing and crack protection membrane used in tiles and stone installations. RedGards waterproofing, crack and crack protection membranes protect the tile installation of floors and walls. Red Gard's waterproof concrete, tile, brick, concrete and concrete walls are protected with elastomeric meme-brane and are safe for use inside your home or building, as well as on the exterior wall, floor, ceiling, windows, doors and other surfaces of a building. Redgardwaterproofings crack prevention membrane was and is the first of its kind to be used as a high-quality, non-corrosive, low-moisture and high-moisture membrane for tiles, stone and bricks.
RedGard reduces crack transfer on tiles and stone floors and creates a high-quality, non-corrosive, low-moisture and high-moisture membrane for tiles, stone and bricks. Then check that your thin - set - mortar, concrete, bricks and concrete walls match your indoor and outdoor substrates. There are many different types of mortar for your home or building, but this is one of the best options for most cost - effective and safe laying of tiles.
RedGard's waterproofing membrane is a high quality, non-corrosive, low-moisture and highly moisture resistant membrane for tiles, stone and bricks that prevents water leakage during horizontal and vertical laying. For your specific water problem, your local contractor Basement Systems can develop a tailor-made system that best meets your basement waterproofing requirements. By installing this solution, you can create a completely closed, dry crawl space that will not allow moisture to enter and can even be installed in the basement if needed. Transform your damp basement into a dry and attractive space with the help of a Red Garden waterproofing system for your home or building.
The cost of waterproofing your basement can range from $500 to $3,500, depending on the size of the waterproofing and the amount of work involved.
Contact your local Basement Systems dealer today and make an appointment with him for comprehensive consultation - service, one-on-one with a specialist.
When you carry out your inspection, he or she will analyse your basement and give you an overview of the problem and the steps needed to solve it. This includes the sealing of the inner walls and the relief of the water pressure from the outside. Water-resistant drywall, commonly referred to as a greenboard or blueboard because of its color, is available in most DIY stores. You may need to make your current drywall waterproof. If your work is simply preventative and the cellar is free of leaks or moisture, window and well cladding is the best products for waterproofing the cellar so that the water does not damage the walls. It's not pretty, and it's easy to paint over the old black stuff that came out of the bucket, because it would get spilled anyway.
In the shower walls, elastomeric, liquid waterproofing membranes can be embedded, which can also be sealed by laying tiles and in other parts of the house.
Apply one of these basement waterproofs and see if the leak stops for a moment, and it even seems to be fine after a while. If a thin layer or two of sealants in the wet and cold cellar air does not last long, it may be time to press against the concrete slab.