Crawlspace Waterproofing

Keeping Water Out and Locking Dryness In

Basement De-Watering Systems knows what it takes to keep water out of your crawlspaces and lock dryness in. As a company that has been doing this for over four decades, we’re your waterproofing experts for your home and commercial needs. We offer a variety of products and services to ensure crawlspaces are tightly sealed surrounding them so that water and even air pressure have ways of escaping without causing any damage to your living or work space.

The true intent of a crawlspace is to have a substructure barrier that is strong, moisture-free, and odor-free. Unfortunately, many of them produce damp and confined areas that build up odors, attract unwelcomed pests, and create overall unhealthy living and work space experiences. This is why we put great attention to detail on crawlspaces to ensure that water, critters, and bad smells stay out and dry, healthy conditions remain within the space. Our seasoned professionals know the variances in crawlspace waterproofing, as we provide numerous installation services to meet your specific crawlspace needs.


Installation Services

BDWS Interior French Drain System Installation

The assessment of waterproofing systems requires a certain level of expertise, even in crawlspaces. Our seasoned professionals know the variances in crawlspace waterproofing. Once a proper French drain system for permanently capturing and removing your water seepage has been installed, you will enjoy years of worry-free living.

BDWS Hybrid Interior French Drain

Crawlspace Sump Pump Installation

Just as in interior sump pump installations, crawlspace sump pumps must be properly sized in order to meet the efficiencies that are required to extricate water seepage from crawlspaces in a timely manner. Once installed, each sump pump application is tested to ensure it has the proficiency level that is needed. Be sure to ask about encapsulating your crawlspace for added moisture protection.

Crawlspace Sump Pump Installation

Crawlspace Encapsulation

The true intent of a crawlspace is to have a substructure that is a strong, moisture-free, and odor-free barrier. Most crawlspaces offer neither. Instead, many of them produce damp conditions that promote odors, attract pests, and create an unhealthy living experience overall. In addition to decreasing moisture, crawlspace encapsulation offers homeowners decreased utility bills and radon gas prevention.

Crawlspace Encapsulation

Crawlspace Venting System

A properly vented crawlspace helps to avoid a variety of issues in your structure. First and foremost, it reduces the humidity levels, which can eliminate musty odors. Since at least 40 percent of crawlspace air escapes upward due to structural stacking pressures, lower humidity levels in the crawlspace mean better air quality on the first floor of a structure. In recent years, it has also been determined that rising radon gas filtration into structures can be reduced, or even eliminated, through proper crawlspace ventilation. Ask a BDWS professional to educate you on the full list of benefits that come with proper crawlspace ventilation.

Crawlspace Venting Systems

Crawlspace Dehumidification System

Crawlspace dehumidification systems come in all shapes and sizes. The overall intent is to remove the humidity in your crawlspace. Assessing the cubic feet and air flow mass needed to remediate the humidity levels has to be accurately determined by a certified professional. Without such calculations, homeowners can expend too much, resulting in higher utility bills and well-below-average humidity levels, potentially creating adverse structural conditions.

Crawlspace Dehumidification System

Request a Free Estimate

For a free, no-obligation estimate on our crawlspace waterproofing installation services, or for more information about waterproofing your crawlspace, give us a call at (800) 331-2943 to find a dealer near you today! No matter the situation, you can rest assured that help is always on the way when you need it the most.