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DryZone Basement Systems has been keeping basements dry in neighborhoods just like yours since 2007. We can solve your wet basement problem no matter how large or small it may be.
We have more than enough experience and state-of-the-art equipment required to get the job done quickly, effectively, and permanently.
Call DryZone Basement Systems to give you a free basement waterproofing estimate in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We can fix your basement permanently!
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Basement Systems, Inc has been keeping basements dry in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom since 1987. By using their developed strategy from long years of research they have provided a long-term and effective solution to wet basement problems.
Patrick Cahill, our system design specialist proposed a full waterproofing system to keep this customer's basement dry. The customer in Westerly also used us to waterproof his second property nearby.
The tall crawlspace in the Westerly, Rhode Island property was very damp and dirty. There was water and dirt coming up from the ground causing mud. The home owner had seen an ad for DryZone Basement Systems and contacted us for a free estimate. The project consisted of encapsulating the crawlspace and making sure it was safe from any moisture or water. A sump pump system was also installed as a precautionary measure.
BrightWall is a cost efficient alternative to finishing the basement. It brightens up the space, provides a vapor barrier and is easy to clean!
Wokring in a basement enviornment is often hard because there are obstacles in the way that cannot be moved. Obstacles such as pipes, ductwork, water tanks and electrical boxes, to name a few. We do our best to work around these obstacles while also installing the correct products to keep your basement dry.
This home in Exeter, RI had water leaking from the walls. The best solution is a vapor barrier installed and tucked into the flange of the WaterGuard. The WaterGuard then directs the water to the SuperSump which can pump the water out of the home!
The home owner in South Kingstown, Rhode Island had water problems since the home was built. They did have a sump pump system installed but it was not working as it should. They had major ground water problems, seepage and cracks. In this before and after you can see that the foundation was poured with a hole for a sump but the hole was not in the correct area of the basement. We did install a sump pump system that will adequately take care of their ground water problem and keep the water away from the basement.
The home owner in Narragansett, Rhode Island was looking to replace their existing waterproofing system and DryZone Basement Systems was there to help!
We did a full crawlspace and basement encapsulation in this North Kingstown, RI property. This included replacing the existing sump pump with a TripleSafe sump pump system (with a closed lid) and a SaniDryXP that is ducted into the crawlspace to eliminate moisture from both areas beneath the home.
These homeowners in Jamestown wanted to eliminate their basements water issues once and for all. This view from the stairs shows the WaterGuard along the seam where the floor and wall meet. This product keeps basements dry and allows for finishing in the future.
This basement in Jamestown had a problem with flooding for a long time until they called DryZone. We also pride ourselves on our clean up process. The finished basement looks great and the homeowner loves their new space!
The home owners have a SuperSump installed in their Johnston, RI property. They had ground water and moisture issues in their basement and wanted a solution that they could depend on. Shown here in the before and after images is their old sump pump and now the new installed SuperSump system and WaterGuard perimeter drain system.
These home owners in Cranston, RI were looking to even the floor in their basement to eventually finish some areas and make it comfortable enough for storage and a laundry room. The customer's are also getting their crawl space repaired and insulating rim joists with us.
During heavy rains, water seeped into the basement through the fieldsone foundation. The customer needed a vapor barrier and waterproofing system to keep her basement dry all the time.
The customer in Providence RI met us at the Rhode Island Home Show and was interested in getting their basement waterproofed. After the house was vacant for years they needed to care for the home and the first step was keeping the basement dry.
The home owner in Providence, Rhode Island knew he had to do something about his damp basement and reached out to DryZone Basement Systems for a free estimate. Our system design specialist Patrick Cahill and owner Todd Lutinski went to the property and discussed their options of waterproofing the basement. They decided pouring a new concrete floor would be a great benefit for the basement instead of the wooden floor. The wooden floor was torn up in preparation to pour the concrete. Also added to the walls was the CleanSpace vapor barrier to keep moisture out of the basement.
Basement Systems, Inc. is the world's largest network of basement waterproofers. We deal with all of the places that water can intrude your basement such as, walls, floors, and the joints between them.
We use our own developed products that have been patented and perfected to provide you with a dry basement.
Our certified technicians work with you to customize your waterproofing solution and will provide you with a lasting dry basement.
Whether you live in Boston, Providence, Framingham, Brockton, Quincy, Woonsocket, Warwick, Newport, Cranston, Weymouth, Bristol, Westerly, Milton, Braintree, Plymouth, Brookline, Taunton, DryZone Basement Systems can take care of your leaking basement and basement repair needs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
This involves "painting" the basement walls and floors with a waterproof coating of cement that's meant to seal out the moisture.
It applies directly to the concrete's surface with a brush or roller and is often applied when a homeowner is preparing for basement finishing.
This involves digging out the entire perimeter of the basement, installing a new drain, and possibly adding a waterproof coating on the walls.
This type of installation has been used for many decades—a drain of this type is generally installed when the home is built.
Installs on top of the basement floor with a drain that runs along the basement walls. Collects water and sends it to a sump pump system.
No jackhammering is required, and the installation is safe for a monolithic basement floor.
Installs underneath the basement floor, with a drain that runs along the basement walls. Collects water and sends it to a sump pump system.
The system is easy to service, and it can collect water leaking from the walls or windows as well.