Have you noticed these signs of water damage in your basement?

Many homeowners experience issues with moisture and water in their basements. And while it may be easy to ignore, doing so can lead to serious problems for your home and your family.

How does water get in your basement?

Water in your basement is overwhelming and stressful, especially when you don't know where it's coming from. These are the most common ways water gets into the basement.

Foundation cracks

Water can enter your home through the cracks in your basement or foundation walls. If there are cracks in your foundation, your floor joists might not be properly connected, or there's poor drainage in the soil.

Deteriorating basement drains

Your home's drainage system can begin to deteriorate over time, which causes the drainage tile system to fail and lead to a flooded basement.

Broken sump pumps

Sump pumps fail for three primary reasons: mechanical failure, pump capacity isn't enough, and loss of power. And a damaged sump pump leads to water seeping into the basement.

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Why choose Thrasher as
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Our team of experts has nearly 50 years of experience in basement waterproofing and is dedicated to finding the best solution for your home. We work with you every step of the way, from diagnosing the issue to implementing a long-term solution.

But more importantly, our trained specialists understand that their ultimate job is to make your home whole again. We know this is about more than just waterproofing a basement - it's about returning the feeling of home to you. And allowing you to enjoy your home in the way it was meant to be enjoyed.

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Don't just take our word for it. Read what our customers have to say about our work.

review "The installation team from Thrasher foundation did an awesome job waterproofing our basement, installing a dual sump pump and leaf guards onto our gutters. Kerry and his team were knowledgeable, professional, courteous and answered all of our questions. Highly recommend this company." JK - Kansas City
review "Sal and his team were great! Very efficient installing the waterproofing system. They wrapped the remaining items I had downstairs in plastic, and I did a great job installing plastic so the concrete dust didn't make it very far into our living spaces. As a bonus, they arrived just after a snow storm completed. When I opened the garage to let them in, they grabbed two snow shovels and shoveled my driveway for me!" Craig S - Omaha
review "Dan, Hector and Jesse did a wonderful job of doing the waterproofing installation in our basement today. The explained things very well. They protected our personal property from any damage. They got everything done in a very timely manner." Lois L. - Grand Island

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Basement condensation occurs when warm, moist air comes in contact with cool basement walls and floors. Since the basement is below grade, the air is usually colder than the outside in the summer months. As a result, the basement draws in outside air like a vacuum, causing condensation when coming into contact with the cold basement air.

  • Yes, you can take it with you! We also offer a 25-year transferable warranty.

  • It is called efflorescence, and it's a mineral deposit left behind after water or moisture evaporates. You'll often find this white, chalky substance on concrete basement walls and floors around entry points, such as cracks and wall floor joints. Efflorescence isn't harmful, and although it is easy to clean, it is an indication that your basement has a water issue. Addressing the source of the water problem is essential to keep the stains from coming back - and prevent more severe water damage from occurring.

  • New construction waterproofing often comes with no or a minimal warranty. There are different ways to waterproof a basement, but the most common is through a spray-on sealant on the walls, which can be damaged when a contractor backfills soil around the house. It can also crack when the house moves or shifts. Contractors usually install exterior drain tile as well. Since the tile is sitting in the dirt, it can often become silted closed or damaged during the backfill process.

  • Thrasher Foundation Repair provides wet basement solutions with long-term warranties. Considerations include the type of waterproofing system and sump pump system you install. There are many different options to choose from, and each offers different levels of protection.

  • If you are concerned about basement flooding, there are some precautionary steps you can take. This includes removing any finished materials that you believe may come into contact with water. You should also make sure to remove items from the floor, such as furniture. If you want to keep your basement dry and protected from flooding in the future, investing in basement waterproofing solutions is your best bet.

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