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Sung As a Bug: Waterproofing Your Toronto Basement

Toronto basement leakage is a common problem that is also often due to basement flooding. Moisture penetration in your basement can lead to the formation of mildew, mold and even rust, posing a threat to the overall building structure and the health of inhabitants. Most contemporary solutions are both cost-effective and effective. They are formulated following experimenting with traditional Toronto basement waterproofing methods. In most cases, the job can be easily accomplished within one to two days.

Not all solutions in Toronto basement waterproofing can offer you a lifetime guarantee, however. It is also crucial to address your leakage problem immediately to prevent it from getting worse over time. Water seepage source is at times the soil that surrounds the basement. Consolidation of soil can be a long process and once the job has been completed, the cracks that are causing downward movements and damages to the structure of the building might also occur. The key to addressing wet basement issues is to first determine the water seepage source. Some signs that may indicate moisture in your Toronto basement may include the following:

  • Rust
  • Crumbling drywall or plaster
  • Crumbling concrete
  • Damaged tiles
  • Cracks in the veneer
  • Water stains on the walls
  • Mildew and mold
  • Water seepage on the stem wall

Waterproofing solutions for every home may vary with the most common implemented solutions include the following:

  • Negative-Side Sealant
  • Exterior Excavation
  • Interior Baseboard System
  • Interior Sub-floor Drain

With inexpensive solutions and quality products available, experienced technicians can have the Toronto basement waterproofing solutions installed with ease. Prior to undergoing the installation, Toronto contractors may conduct a thorough site inspection to examine the damage caused as well as to find sources of water leakage. Following that, drying the basement would be the logical next step. If signs of mildew and molds have been found, these will be eliminated prior to having the waterproofing system installed.

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