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Basement Waterproofing Lawrenceville GA

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LMRC Enterprises
(404) 840-7830
1216 Bramlett Forest ct
Lawrenceville, GA
Services
Carpenters, Drywall and Plaster, Demolition, Kitchen remodeling, Flooring, Doors, Bathroom remodeling, Basement remodeling, Multiple Room Renovation
Service Types
Residential
Company Information
Hours : 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM M,T,W,T,F,S,S
Years in Business : 27 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
Bonded : Yes
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : 384476

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Diversified Residential Construction, LLC
(770) 296-7208
768751 Post Office Box
Roswell, GA
Services
Additions, Bathroom remodeling, Basement remodeling, Barns Sheds & Outbuildings
Service Types
Residential
Company Information
Hours : 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM M,T,W,T,F
Years in Business : 3 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
Bonded : Yes
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : RBQA004478

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Lowcountry Basement Systems
(800) 558-5127
PO Box 1906
Rincon, GA
Services
Basement Waterproofing
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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Archbuilt Contractors LLC
(678) 707-1846
72 Westmoreland Rd.
Griffin, GA
Services
Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Concrete Flatwork, Demolition, Basement remodeling, Handyman, Doors, Painting, Concrete Foundations, Additions, Ceilings, Insulation, Sunrooms, Skylights, Paving, Carpenters, Barns Sheds & Outbuildings, Roofing, Bathroom remodeling, Kitchen remodeling, Lawn Care, Tiling, Windows, Real Estate, Framing, Multiple Room Renovation, Powerwashing, Home Builders, Disaster Restoration, Decks & Porches, Siding, Drywall and Plaster
Service Types
Residential, Commercial
Company Information
Hours : 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM M,T,W,T,F,S
Years in Business : 18 Years
Languages Spoken : English, Spanish
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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DriWall Waterproofing, Inc.
(800) 341-6730
P.O. Box 649
Williamson, GA
Services
Crawl Space Repair
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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Lasting Impressions Home Improvements
(678) 677-7451
651 simmons mine circle
Buford, GA
Services
Mobile Homes, Land Clearing / Bldg Site Prep, Roofing, Kitchen remodeling, Painting, Disaster Restoration, Fencing, Tiling, Flooring, Sunrooms, Demolition, Interior Decorators, Mirrors, Concrete Flatwork, Drywall and Plaster, Insulation, Windows, Home Builders, Ceilings, Decks & Porches, Carpenters, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Framing, Cabinets, Siding, Multiple Room Renovation, Lighting, Handyman, Electrical, Inspection Services, Doors, Additions, Basement remodeling, Gutters, Barns Sheds & …
Service Types
Residential, Commercial, Emergency Services
Company Information
Hours : 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM M,T,W,T,F,S
Years in Business : 3 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : 2009103
Payment Options
Accepts Credit Cards

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Crawl Space & Basement Solutions
(800) 341-6730
P.O. Box 727
Cordele, GA
Services
Basement Waterproofing
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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AquaGuard Basement Systems
(800) 341-6730
581 Webb Industrial Drive
Marietta, GA
Services
Basement Waterproofing
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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Diversified Residential Construction, LLC
(770) 296-7208
768751 Post Office Box
Roswell, GA
Services
Additions, Bathroom remodeling, Basement remodeling, Barns Sheds & Outbuildings
Service Types
Residential
Company Information
Hours : 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM M,T,W,T,F
Years in Business : 3 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
Bonded : Yes
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : RBQA004478

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Burroughs Pest Control
(800) 678-0644
116 Bethea Road Ste-304
Fayetteville, GA
Services
Crawl Space Repair
Service Type
Commercial and Residential

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Handyman Wire - Basements


Got a Wet Basement?
To solve the wet basement dilemma requires knowing where the water is coming from. Often that hole in the earth (your basement) winds up being BELOW the water table when the water table rises during hard rains or wet springs. Sometimes the water is coming from poorly directed roof drains or puddles forming along the foundation.




FAQ's and Previously Asked Questions
Q: We insulated our basement two years ago, but recently we found out that it could give problems of condensation and mildew seeping through the dry wall and make the basement room feel mildew. Have we done anything wrong by putting the fiberglass insulation against the wall and paper against the dry wall?
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    How to keep your basement dry

    1) Proper grade around the foundation.

    No gutters Surface water from rain or snow melting should not collect against the house. If it does, it may work its way down the foundation looking for a path in. Always make sure the dirt is graded in a slope, even a gentle slope, away from the house if possible. If your house does not have gutters and downspouts you can ensure the water drains away from the house by using 6-mil black plastic and landscaping rock. Slope the ground about 6" in 10ft and cover the ground with an 8ft width of plastic. Wrap it up on the foundation 2 inches and then cover the plastic with a 2 inch layer of rock. This will ensure the water drains away from the house before soaking in.

    2) Roof runoff and downspouts.

    The best option would be to have gutters collect the water, and downspouts that drain away from the house. I run the downspouts into PVC pipe and then run that under ground away from the house. It helps of course to have a house on a slight hill so that the pipes can surface away from the house. If your house is on a flat lot with no place to drain to, you can consider putting in a drywell or a bubbler. A drywell is a drum or tank in the ground, full of holes (and now bottom) that can accept your drains and then let them seep into the ground away from your foundation. The bubbler is similar to the drywell, but has a grate at ground level so water can bubble out the top if it isn't leaching away fast enough. At the very least, make sure the downspouts direct the water on to splash blocks that direct the water away from the foundation.

    drain to daylight drywell drain

    bubbler drain

    3) Footer drains.

    footer drain These are the least easy to retrofit, yet best protection. If you are building a new home, be sure to include them. A footer drain runs all the way around the foundation's footer BELOW the level of the basement floor. On a lot with a grade, the footer drain pipe can be piped to daylight downhill from the house. In this case the footer drain pipe should be run outside the footer. All though it means a longer trench, the further from the house the better. Not because of the water, but the cold. The open pipe allows cold outside air to run up against the footer, but a long run of pipe minimizes the effects.

    sump pump On a level lot, the footer drain pipe will run inside the footer and should run into a sump where a sump pump can be installed to pump out any water which collects in the sump. For very wet lo...

    To solve the wet basement dilemma requires knowing where the water is coming from. Often that hole in the earth (your basement) winds up being BELOW the water table when the water table rises during hard rains or wet springs. Sometimes the water is coming from poorly directed roof drains or puddles forming along the foundation.

    If your basement has a water problem or even if it hasn't but you intend to finish the basement and you don't want your work ruined, it is well worth the effort to ensure the basement stays dry.

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