Midwest Basement Tech is the leading local basement waterproofing contractor, serving families with a sub-floor drainage system engineered specifically to solve basement water problems in our area. Our systems can be designed to meet the needs of any home, regardless of age or size.
If your foundation has ever leaked or flooded, then you should consider a quality foundation waterproofing system. Without foundation waterproofing, water problems never get better, they only get worse. Even if water leaks are uncommon, your home’s air quality can be impacted and your ability to finish your basement is restricted.
Midwest Basement Tech’s waterproofing system is a sub-floor drainage system engineered specifically to solve foundation water problems effectively without worry of clogging from soils under the floor. Our systems can be designed to meet the needs of any home, regardless of age or size.
We offer a combination of experience and advanced technology.
Ranger Waterproofing has access to patented innovative products, comprehensive trainings and continued support from national manufacturing companies. We are the only company in Boardman, Youngstown, Canfield, and other cities within our Ohio and Pennsylvania service area
offering certain patented systems, which are distributed worldwide.
Over 40 years of on the job experience has gone into engineering the Grate Products waterproofing system installed by Ranger Waterproofing. We install closed drainage systems which utilize a wall vapor barrier to direct water down into the sub-floor drainage. Then, our powerful, patented sump pumps pump water out of the home.
When you consider the risks that a wet foundation poses to your family’s health, the increased resale value of your home after waterproofing, and the risk of a flooded basement or crawlspace without waterproofing, the decision becomes easy.
Call our waterproofing experts today at 800-649-6140 or fill out our inquiry form for a free estimate.
Hydrostatic pressure is caused when water pressure builds up outside a foundation. The weight of the water pushes downward until it finds the path of least resistance, and since a basement is nothing but a hole in the ground it is easy to see why it would come in the small seam at the floor / wall seam.
It is usually recommended to discharge the water at least 8 feet or more away from the foundation. We accomplish this by installing an anti-freeze device and a solid pipe out to a yard drain. This pipe is buried underneath the sod and is hardly noticeable.
It depends on different factors such as the size of your basement, the type of foundation and the type of water problem you are experiencing. Costs can range depending on what type of equipment, battery backup system, etc. Financing options are available, and several things can be done to keep the cost down. For example some people will install just the sump pump system to start.
Contact us at 844-204-3537 to have one of our expert project managers assess and recommend the ideal moisture control option for you.