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The first step in basement waterproofing is managing surface water around the home to help prevent a wet basement.

Permanently dry up your
wet, leaky basement -
NO jackhammers!
NO digging! NO mess!

Does Your Basement Leak
Where The Floor And Walls Meet? This is THE SOLUTION!

As the soil around your foundation becomes water-saturated

from roof water runoff, heavy rains or melting snow,
hydrostatic pressure forces water through the joint where your floor and wall meet. The SquidGee Dry System can cure that problem! NO jackhammers needed! And NO more leaks!

Our do-it-yourself system stops water in it's tracks! The only skill needed to install is the ability to follow directions!

 

Since 1965 we've helped over 20,000 homeowners dry up their basement for LESS than $1,000! Your basement is next!

"Finished installing my waterproofing last week and two heavy rains later not a single drop! Great product!"

Darrell j.
Connecticut

"Hello! I just wanted to let you know I installed this system in my basement 12 years ago. It is still holding up. I have had a dry basement ever since. Thank you for a great product! It was worth every penny of the investment!"

Kerry G.

Tennessee

“I installed the Squidgee do-it-yourself. Since then, it has stood up to hurricane Irene and hurricane Sandy. IT WORKS GREAT!”

Henry T.

Woolrich, New Jersey

Basement Waterproofing Always Begins Outside The Home...

While a variety of conditions can cause a wet basement, one of the main culprits is roof water runoff and pooling surface water around your foundation after a storm or when the snow starts to melt.

 

Take a walk around your home and look for any low areas that collect water. Then, fill them in with dirt, grading it always from your foundation. Also, check your service walks. They should tilt away from the foundation.

 

Now, let’s take a look at your gutters and downspouts. Downspouts that discharge water right next to your foundation are very problematic. Your downspouts should carry the water at least 8 feet out from your foundations.

 

Use our UnderGround Downspout kit to properly manage exterior water and keep roof water runoff from pooling around your basement!

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