Basement Waterproofing East Williston, NY
Vulcan Basement Waterproofing In East Williston, NY
Vulcan Waterproofing provides a free, no obligation estimate to analyze your particular problem and determine the solution that is right for YOU! Our services include do-it-yourself information, basement ventilation solutions, loss of power options, and many other services including crack repair, sump pump installation, as well as a pressure relief system for controlling water in the basement while preventing hydro-static pressure build-up in and around foundation walls, which can often be a problem for homeowners with basements in New York, New Jersey, and the Philadelphia area.
Vulcan takes nothing for granted. We approach each job as a unique challenge which demands the most appropriate and cost-effective solution. We specialize in below-ground water problems and in our 65+ years we have dealt with just about every situation imaginable in a basement or crawlspace from occasional dampness or mold to several feet of water. Each situation presents its own challenges and requires a trained eye to determine the problem, the cause and the solution. We receive many testimonials which praise the ingenuity and versatility of Vulcan’s expertise.
The result is a permanent stone and epoxy floor covering that will never need to be replaced and will resist the growth of mold and mildew even in damp or wet conditions.
Not all stone and epoxy mixtures provide the same level of performance over concrete. For a beautiful floor that eliminates concrete problems permanently, we use a blend of the finest natural stones and specially formulated, proprietary epoxy. This combination creates Pressure Relief Vents that permits concrete to breathe naturally, preventing the growth of mold and mildew by allowing moisture to evaporate thus promoting clean, healthier air in your home.
Pressure Relief Vents explained:
The key to Pressure Relief Vent Technology is our use of specially formulated, proprietary epoxy and proper epoxy-to-stone mix ratio. This enables the stones to be bonded together only where the stones actually meet. This process allows natural spaces to form between the stones which then allow the evaporation of moisture and does not promote the growth of mold and mildew which lifts and or damages most other floor coverings.