When you think about protecting your home from water damage, foundation stabilization and basement waterproofing may be two different processes that come to mind. However, they both have the same goal in mind – keeping your home safe.
Your home’s foundation is the most critical part of its construction—it keeps the entire structure supported and stable. By stabilizing your foundation, you can ensure that any cracks or weak areas are properly addressed so that they don’t become larger over time or cause further structural damage.
Even if you already have a basement waterproofing system installed, having an unstable foundation could actually be making it less effective than it should be. That’s because an unstable foundation can cause cracks in the concrete walls and floors of your basement—which can let water seep through into your living space—and make existing basement waterproofing systems less effective.
By making sure that your foundation is stable before installing a new waterproofing system (or reinforcing an existing one), you’ll be able to ensure maximum efficiency as well as peace of mind when it comes to preventing water damage in your home.
Taking these proactive steps now will help keep your home safe for years to come. Contact Standard Water today for a free consultation, if you’re ready to take action and secure your property!