Illinois Basement Sealing is one of the largest and most experienced suppliers of basement waterproofing in the state of Illinois. We offer basement waterproofing in Lake County, IL and surrounding areas. Our services are carried out by a team of industry leading basement and waterproofing technicians who are experts in the work done in the event of basement leaks. When our team implements a repair solution for basement coating systems, we rely on years of experience and trusted products. One of our certified cellar humidifiers stands by its work and uses only proven and guaranteed products that are specially tailored to your home.
Whether it's a basement waterproofing product that prevents water from entering your home, foundation repairs to avoid foundation problems, or a crawl room that prevents unnecessary damage to your home, our experts are here to help you. Our experts are always available if you have a sinking foundation, a bent basement wall or a leak in the basement.
We are happy to discuss your basement waterproofing needs with you and send one of our certified professionals to your home in Lake County without any hassle or obligation. We will discuss the most effective and cost-effective options for your specific needs and we will be ready to explain to you what type of basement waterproofing work should be done in the basement. One of these highly qualified experts will also be happy to send a team of their own to inspect our cellars and offer you advice and repair services.
If your own research and independent inspections have already shown that this is exactly the type of waterproofing you need, it may be useful to commission our company. A good watersealer will first determine whether the flooding is caused by a hydrostatic pressure from the wall or floor.
Owners Rick and Ana Lee Woods founded Woods Basement Systems, Inc. more than 30 years ago and have served homeowners in Illinois and Missouri. The name has changed a few times, but we have chosen to do business in Zion, Illinois, a small town in the heart of the state of Illinois. We have a long history of delivering beautiful, durable waterproof designs through our experience and our products. Inc is part of an award-winning Total Finishing dealer network and a member of our state - the - customer-specific, national and international customer service network.
Our professional services include waterproofing and waterproofing your cellar in the rain, as well as installation and maintenance of a waterproof cellar. The use of our services requires that you immediately begin to check your basements for puddles, sewers and water retention.
If you are looking for a basement waterproofing service from Illinois Basement of Zion, Illinois, you are in luck! Illinois Basement allows you to hire a service technician to seal your basement by appointment or to seal it on call at 312 - 697 - 1082. Let our talented experts help you even when you are not at home during the service, such as on a rainy day or in the middle of a snowstorm.
Woods Basement Systems, Inc. is a trusted dealer for Foundation Support Works, which means that we are able to address and solve any type of foundation repair in the most effective way. We seal, press up and clean all exterior surfaces, including retaining walls, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, walls and ceilings. The outer walls of your cellar as well as the interior of the cellar walls are washed and sealed by high pressure.
Woods Basement Systems, Inc. also has the option to install windows in your basement that can be customized to your home. By installing a basement drainage system correctly, seepage is prevented by removing water before it rises to the level of the basement. Swamp channels are embedded in the ground and when water comes through the joints of the bays or even through windows, the installation of a tailor-made drainage system helps to remove water from the basements. In addition to installing these systems, we can also help you assess the drainage of your yard to prevent water from seeping in, whether it is next to or outside your home.
For existing crawl spaces, sealing the crawl space involves solving water inlet problems such as closing wall vents, penetrating walls into electrical lines and installing plastic-lined floors in the crawl space. Sealing the crawl space outdoors involves sealing walls and vents with hard foam or sealing them with lime, foam or mastic, sealing walls penetrated by electrical and sanitary installations, and adjusting creep doors and access plates for a tighter fit.
This may require strong adhesives, typically made of epoxy, urethane or polymer products, and the installation of a drainage system. There are numerous DIY tips to follow to find out how to waterproof your basement walls, and you can seek advice from a professional. Most basement waterproofing companies in the US and Canada are full service companies, which means they offer multiple options and approaches and, based on their experience and knowledge of the region, recommend one.