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Waterproofing Toronto

Basement Waterproofing Services
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Waterproofing Toronto

We are Waterproofing Toronto, your trusted waterproofing contractors serving the Toronto area and all over the GTA. Our mission is to provide a team of foundation waterproofing experts and other basement foundation repair services to your home and ensure that you are leak-free. We will take care of all your Basement Waterproofing Toronto needs.

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Waterproofing Toronto has the waterproofing solutions you need, whether you need them inside or outside your home.
Our exterior waterproofing services include filling foundation cracks, applying a waterproofing membrane to your
foundations, and replacing your old clay weeping tile. We offer interior waterproofing services such as a full drainage
system with a sump pump, underpinning and benching, and structural foundation cracks repair on the inside.
We offer every waterproofing service you need when you look for Basement Waterproofing Toronto.

You’ll require exterior waterproofing on your foundation walls if water is leaking through your basement foundation. It is the best solution for basement leak repair. Scaling the foundation cracks so the crew can fill and seal them with hydraulic cement is part of the waterproofing procedure. After that, a complete exterior waterproofing system is installed, which includes a rubberized membrane, foundation mesh, drainage membrane, and a new drainage pipe system. This complete waterproofing solution is the most effective method for repairing foundation cracks and preventing further leaky basement problems.

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Is your basement always wet or contains an excessive amount of moisture? You’ll need a new means to reroute the extra water that’s accumulating in your wet basement, and interior waterproofing is one option. Our crew will install a new dimpled drainage membrane and drainage tile, which will collect water and direct it to a discharge point such as your drain or a sump pump. This will aid with the removal of mold, moisture, and other hazardous germs that might develop due to damp basement walls. Our wet basement Toronto experts will give the right drainage system to make your living space livable.

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A working sump pump is an essential component of your basement foundation drainage system. If you don’t want to return home to a wet basement Toronto, be sure your Sump Pump is working properly and that you have a backup plan in place. Our sump pump services include replacing your old, worn-out sump pump with a new one that has a backup battery for power outages, as well as ensuring that the sump pump is properly linked to your exterior foundation drainage system.

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Do you wish you had more living space in your basement? Through the underpinning process, this waterproofing solution is ideal for increasing the amount of living space in your basement rooms. Our Waterproofing Toronto team will dig down to your house’s foundation footings to raise your ceilings and strengthen your basement walls structurally. Both underpinning and benching procedures will raise the overall market value of your home as well as provide your basement rooms with more living space.

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Waterproofing Toronto offers a variety of foundation crack repair options, including exterior waterproofing, polyurethane crack injection, and a variety of additional techniques that can be performed from the inside or outside of your home. Unattended foundation cracks will spider web and grow larger until they become a structural crack hazard. It’s critical to fix these foundation cracks as soon as possible to avoid them getting worse, costing you additional money, and potentially having to schedule a basement leak repair in the future. We got you covered when you search basement waterproofing Toronto and will take care of all your foundation waterproofing needs.

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If you’re a home builder or a construction development firm seeking for waterproofing companies, Waterproofing Toronto has you covered! Our experienced crew is familiar with new construction homes and can handle all of your exterior waterproofing needs. All other waterproofing services, including underpinning and foundation crack repair, are also covered by Waterproofing Toronto, and we’ll work with you to make sure all of your waterproofing jobs are completed on time.

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How It Works

Follow these steps to book your waterproofing job


Enter In Your Details

Please tell us more about your leaking basement. Fill in your information, including your name, contact information, and more details about your foundation leak, so we can better understand how the Waterproofing Toronto crew can help you with your basement leak repair.


Book Your Assessment

Schedule your consultation online to speak with one of our waterproofing contractors about your foundation leak and receive a free quote. Our representatives have extensive waterproofing experience and can offer you a cost-effective waterproofing quote, competitive with the Toronto waterproofing industry.


Hire Us For Your Waterproofing

Hire us for your waterproofing job once you’ve gotten your written quote and spoken with one of our Toronto waterproofing sales reps. We’ll schedule a visit from our skilled team to your property to take care of you and your basement foundation leaks.

Our Guarantee

Waterproofing Toronto guarantees your foundation repair is back with a great warranty.

If a leaky basement occurs after we have completed waterproofing services, our crews will return to ensure the waterproofing job is repaired. This is our waterproofing company’s guarantee, and we stand by the quality of our work and place a premium on our customer relationships.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How do I Prevent further Water Leak Damage when my Basement Floods?

Basement leaks are most likely to be discovered after a rainfall has passed. When you discover that your basement is leaking, give Leaky Basement a call or send us an email. Make sure to photograph or videotape the leaks and the areas where they occurred. It is not only beneficial to us, but it is also beneficial for insurance purposes.

The clean-up will entail removing any nearby goods that could be harmed by water, such as carpets, MDF or particle materials, and other valuables. To avoid electrical shocks, be VERY careful while removing devices that have come into touch with or are submerged in water, such as appliances, power bars with plugs, or any other electronic equipment laying on the floor. In the event of a large-scale flood, it is essential that you hire a water restoration company to handle the clean-up right once to avoid health dangers from the water that has entered your property.

Even after the water has been removed, disinfecting the areas where the water has been touched is critical, as this water may pose a health risk. Any compromised drywall should be replaced after any form of foundation repair, including our own exterior or interior waterproofing treatments, to minimize the spread of mold spores and other hazardous microorganisms that could affect your health.

Q2. What Factors Determine the Cost of Waterproofing?

Every homeowner is concerned about waterproofing their leaking basement since a leaky basement can stimulate the growth of hazardous mould. It’s a major job that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The cost of waterproofing a leaking basement is determined by a number of factors, including:

  • Depth of your foundation
  • Waterproofing method you choose
  • Number of cracks in your basement foundation
  • The number of window wells needed for your foundation
  • If a Sump pump installation is needed

Waterproofing your leaky basement can cost anywhere from $1000-$25,000, but depending on the size of the building, it might cost more than $50,000.

Q3. What Waterproofing Materials do our Experts use on a Job?

For exterior waterproofing projects, we use Hydraulic Cement to seal leaking cracks, Rubberized Membrane and Reinforcement Mesh to completely waterproof your foundation walls and prevent further leaks, an exterior drainage membrane to direct excess water and moisture down to the drainage tile system that is installed next, and finally a 3/4 crushed gravel layer for additional water drainage capability.

We install a dimpled drainage membrane similar to the exterior one to prevent water and moisture from building up on your basement wall, interior drainage pipes to redirect water to your basement drain or existing sump pump, 3/4 crushed gravel beside the drainage pipe, and cover it all with a layer of cement for interior waterproofing projects.

Q4. What is the Duration of a Waterproofing Job?

Exterior Waterproofing jobs typically take one or two days to complete, depending on how many linear feet of foundation waterproofing are required. If the weather is ideal, most projects can be completed in a single day. When waterproofing several basement foundation walls, the waterproofing crew will open up a few sections of trenches at a time to ensure that a sudden change in weather does not expose your foundation walls to rain, creating more basement leaks. If there are powerlines or critical gas pipes running through the earth and a professional needs to be dispatched to assist us, a task could be delayed for a few days. When rain prohibits our crew from completing their work, bad weather may cause the waterproofing project to be delayed by a few days.

Most interior waterproofing jobs may be completed in one to two days, regardless of the weather. When a plumbing or electrical issue prevents us from completing our work on this type of waterproofing project, we have delays. The plumbing, electrical, and structural abnormalities that we discover throughout the interior waterproofing process occasionally surprise us, especially in older properties. This may cause the interior waterproofing to be delayed for a few days while the problem is handled.

Q5. How Important are Sump Pumps for Proper Drainage in my Home?

Sump pumps are critical for ensuring that you never have to deal with a basement flood again. If specific conditions are met, basement drains may back up, and a water basin may fill up, resulting in a flood if the surplus water is not properly drained. A sump pump will pump the surplus water out of the house through a conduit that connects to your drainage tile system. Sump pumps are mechanical, so when the water level in your basement reaches a critical level, the sump pump will detect it and begin pumping to remove the water, averting a flood.

Although Sump Pumps must be checked to ensure that they are still in working order, they are the most effective technique to keep your home flood-free. Many Sump Pumps have a backup mechanism that assures that your Sump Pump will continue to operate even if there is a power outage, giving you complete coverage.

Q6. What is the Duration and Benefits of getting an Underpinning Job Done?

Unlike external waterproofing operations, which take a few days at most, underpinning jobs take several months to complete and involve several phases. Even before we start digging, a professional underpinning operation will require structural plans, building permits, and inspections from licensed electricians and plumbers. The job of our own Leaky Basement team will entail drilling down to the foundation’s footings, benching structurally anchoring the basement foundation, and removing any dug-up earth. Overall, underpinning is a multi-month project that is facilitated or hampered by the basement’s accessibility and current condition.

The benefits of Underpinning are worth the time and money investment though as the basement foundation repair will significantly increase the amount of living space you have in your basement. The value of your home will significantly increase as well thanks to your basement having high ceilings and more overall living space.

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