An inexpensive basement waterproofing option. SquidGee Dry System Installation Steps

An Inexpensive Basement Waterproofing Option

"How to Waterproof Your Basement: 8 steps (with pictures)"... I think I needed this BEFORE the basement flood of 2012!! LoL!!!

Waterproof Your Basement

"How to Waterproof Your Basement: 8 steps (with pictures)"... I think I needed this BEFORE the basement flood of 2012!! LoL!!!

Drylok vs Sani-Tred Basement Waterproofing. Unflexible products cannot waterproof like Sani-Tred's deep penetrating PermaFlex!

Drylok vs Sani-Tred Basement Waterproofing. Unflexible products cannot waterproof like Sani-Tred's deep penetrating PermaFlex!

Step-by-step basement waterproofing that just plain works.  Less expensive + more effective than other forms of waterproofing.  Click to learn more.

Step-by-step basement waterproofing that just plain works. Less expensive + more effective than other forms of waterproofing. Click to learn more.

Wet basement? 6 simple fixes: Even a little water down there means big trouble. Avoid it with these low-cost ways to dry out.

Wet basement? 6 simple fixes: Even a little water down there means big trouble. Avoid it with these low-cost ways to dry out.

Water or moisture in basements comes from two sources. One source is indoor humidity that condenses on cold surfaces, much like water droplets form on a cold drink on a humid day. The other is water—or water vapor—that comes from outside. Rainwater, melting snow or groundwater can saturate the soil around your foundation and leak in. Water can leak through cracks, or it can penetrate porous concrete or masonry walls in the form of water vapor. To figure out what's causing the problem, tape…

9 Affordable Ways to Dry Up Your Wet Basement For Good!

Water or moisture in basements comes from two sources. One source is indoor humidity that condenses on cold surfaces, much like water droplets form on a cold drink on a humid day. The other is water—or water vapor—that comes from outside. Rainwater, melting snow or groundwater can saturate the soil around your foundation and leak in. Water can leak through cracks, or it can penetrate porous concrete or masonry walls in the form of water vapor. To figure out what's causing the problem, tape…

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