Basement Waterproofing Port Jefferson, NY

Vulcan Basement Waterproofing In Port Jefferson, NY

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.

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A More Detailed Inspection for Basement Water Damage

Even if none of the above problems seem to exist, continue with a more detailed inspection of your basement walls.

    • Poured concrete walls
      efflorescence (a whitish powder) could indicate seepage and porosity that tend to worsen.
    • Wall surfaces
      Search for vertical or horizontal cracks. Some may have fully penetrated the wall, opening routes for water entry – depending on local water table and soil conditions.
    • Construction joints
      Explore for openings where basement walls and floors meet. Such gaps can admit water and insects, as well as lead to cracked floors.
    • Mortar joints
      Inspect mortar joints especially around below-grade piping and conduits when leakage appears, your floor space could be rendered unsafe for storage, carpeting or laundering use.
    • Structural points
      Examine corners where frames butt against foundation walls. These junctures are often uneven, resulting in gaps.
    • Efflorescence
      The appearance of efflorescence warns that basement water seepage is threatening your foundations and that cracks will endanger your basement floors.
    • Water pipes
      Check your pipes for excessive condensation.
    • Masonry block walls
      Look for signs of staining in the block closest to the basement floor. This could mean water is building up inside the wall and deteriorating the block’s integrity.

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A wet leaky basement had been an issue for us for many years... Since the basement waterproofing by Vulcan was done, not one drop of water has been found in the basement!

S. Langford, Long Island, New York

The crew, as expected, performed brilliantly! They were wonderful! They worked hard, were polite, neat, cleaned up after the job, and were totally professional. I would recommend your company to anyone who has ever had water in their basement.

Chris, Pennsylvania

Vulcan Basement Waterproofing company is one of the best I have worked with in a long time. They showed up on time and delivered above and beyond what they were asked. They took care of my wet basement problem. I was impressed with the professionalism of the team of workers. The process was easy and the work was superb!

S.B., Pennsylvania

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Vulcan is the Nation's Oldest Basement Waterproofing Company