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Basement Systems USA is the local, family owned contractor in Glenolden for waterproofing, crawl space repair and mold removal. With over 75 years combined experience and a full-time, professional staff we are ready to serve you and improve your home.
Flooding, water seepage or even high humidity can quickly result in mold growth and water damage in your basement or crawl space. We prevent this from happening by installing an interior drainage system in the basement that is connected to a high volume sump pump. Any water that makes it to the basement is collected and pumped out of the home without you even noticing.
Just like the basement, in the crawl space we similarly place a sump pump system and dehumidifier to prevent water issues. The entire area is encapsulated with vapor barrier to prevent mold growth. Our crawl space system comes with a 25-year warranty.
If the walls of the basement or bowing inwards we install wall anchors or braces to straighten the walls. If the floor above the crawl space is sagging we install SmartJack support jacks to raise the floor back to a level position. Our Glenolden waterproofing systems come with life-time warranties.
At Basement Systems USA, we provide full mold remediation for basements, including air sample testing. Our company has the ability to not just remediate the mold, but also remove the source of the mold, which is moisture. Unlike other mold remediation companies, our background in basement & crawlspace waterproofing allows us the make sure that the mold won't come back after it has been remediated. We are also AMA Certified.
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This customer had wall restoration done where we removed half of the wall to install our CleanSpace Vapor barrier and WaterGuard system in the sub-floor to prevent any moisture, mold or rot. By replacing it with more durable materials it will prevent any future damage that usually confines to the lower section of the wood-framed walls.