Basement Waterproofing is our only business! Do you have water in the basement?
Vulcan Basement Waterproofing is not a franchise and we do not subcontract any work. When you do business with Vulcan, it’s Vulcan who does the work.
Professional, reliable, and experienced — We’ve been in business for over 65 years, basement waterproofing in New York, Long Island, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
- Free Basement Inspections and Appraisals
- Licensed and Insured
- ServiceMagic Seal of Approval
- Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau
Vulcan is not just in the basement waterproofing business, we invented it!
Water in the Basement?
Do you have water in the basement every time it rains hard? You do not need to live with the anxiety of a wet basement whenever it rains. Let Vulcan improve the quality of your life and your home by keeping your basement dry. Vulcan Basement Waterproofing offers solutions that will help control leaky basements regardless of how big or small. We offer free customized appraisals, based upon the type of work you may need, whether a patented pressure relief system, French drain, sump pump, or any other below-grade remediation.
Any one rainstorm can add enough pressure to force water into the basement. Years of moisture and basement dampness slowly cause structural damage. Mold and mildew can also cause structural damage over time. Learn how to check for excess moisture or basement water damage.
Our skill, techniques, and scientifically-formulated products set the standard for the industry. Vulcan Waterproofing covers a huge area of the Northeast with locations for basement waterproofing in NY, Long Island, PA, NJ, CT, and northern DE. Join hands in partnership with the protectors — and the only basement waterproofing system in the world that can say with confidence. “Finally, you can put an end to wet, leaky basements forever!”
Mold, Mildew, Dampness & Air Quality
Dampness and moisture are very common problems related to basement waterproofing. Not all water and moisture problems come from the ground. A major source of mold, mildew and the resulting musty odors comes from moisture in the air that, because it is heavier, collects in the lowest part of the house where it starts to do its damage and feeds the growth of mold.