Do you have areas of your property that remain soggy? Areas that you refuse or neglect to maintain because you either don’t want to get your mower stuck or ruin your shoes? Does the dog come in muddy for two weeks after the rain has stopped? Is there a part time pond on your property bringing unwanted pests like Mosquitos and snakes? Are you tired of cleaning off the walk and driveway from erosion soil and gravel? We at Bone Dry Waterproofing, inc. have methods for permanently eliminating these problems. Depending on the issues you are experiencing, one of our professionals can inspect and recommend solutions.
We will shoot grades, discuss options, and offer different solutions which can range from a simple yard drain, to an elaborate retaining wall system. We at Bone Dry Waterproofing, Inc. are trained to diagnose and permanently resolve any drainage problems you are experiencing. If let untended, these problems could cause severe problems, even foundation failure. There is no charge for a complete professional inspection and diagnosis. Call today to schedule. Bone Dry Waterproofing, A great place to take a leak!
Water on Patio/Pool Deck
Water pooling on patio or pool deck, potentially causing moss or mildew growth, concrete staining, and dangerous slip hazards.
Downspouts draining rainwater directly to the base of your home, potentially causing basement or crawl space flooding and foundation damage.
Water in Basement/Crawl Space
Water pooling near the base of your home and entering the basement or crawl space.
Water on Driveway
Water pooling on driveway, reducing the functionality of your driveway and potentially causing flooding of your garage and/or home.
Water in Planter Area
Water pooling in planter areas next to your home, potentially creating muddy areas and causing damage to your foundation.
Water on Walkway
Water pooling on walkway, potentially causing moss or mildew growth, concrete staining, and slip hazards.
Water in Yard
Water pooling in yard, creating muddy areas and potentially attracting mosquitoes and killing your grass.
Water draining from your neighbor’s property and pooling in your yard, planter area, or near your home’s foundation, potentially causing a variety of drainage problems.