Kalamazoo, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Traverse City
The city put a new sewer system in by this house and ever since, there have been issues along this foundation wall with water getting into the basement. A solution was needed.
Water was making its way in along this basement wall. You can still see some dampness along the base of the wall along the cove joint.
The wall is cleaned and prepared and then the sentry seal is applied to the wall from the footer up to just above ground level.
Insulation is installed over top of the new seal before the trench is back-filled.
Once the seal and insulation was installed, the trench was back-filled leaving minimal damage to the yard.
Gary started experiencing some water in his basement after the city put a new sewer system in next to his home. In most cases, we suggest waterproofing on the interior but for Gary, Sentry Seal was the solution. We excavated along the affected wall, cleaned and prepared the wall, applied the seal along with some foam insulation, and then back-filled. This should help keep Gary's basement dry for many years to come.