At Tar Heel Basement Systems, we've been fixing basement water problems in our area since 2003.
Our professional basement technicians have the experience, products and technical know-how needed to turn a seeping basement into a dry basement quickly and effectively.
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Through their many years of development and research, Basement Systems has created the industry's most effective and long-lasting solutions to fix wet basements.
These products have been working since 1987 in drying out basements in the US, Canada, and the UK.
Water can even come through a home's concrete walls or floor, which is why basements are often found to be damp spaces.
Our dry basement products have been developed and perfected by Basement Systems, Inc. -- North America's largest network of basement waterproofers.
Make an appointment to meet our basement experts, and we'll show you how we can customize waterproofing solutions to keep your basement dry all the time, with no high-pressure sales tactics.
Tar Heel Basement Systems fixes wet, flooded basements in Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, Lexington, Mount Airy, Lenoir, Bristol, Statesville, Taylorsville, Abingdon, Boone, Burlington and nearby in North Carolina and Virginia. Contact us today to get started!
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.
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