No homeowner wants to go down the stairs to see their basement flooded. Not only does this water damage your belongings, but it can also compromise the structural integrity of your home while creating the perfect situation for mold growth and other health hazards.
The key to stopping your basement from becoming waterlogged is to be proactive. Hire Olivieri & Son today for basement waterproofing in Brunswick, and you can sleep easier knowing you are far less likely to wake up to a soggy basement.
The Right Team for the Job
Since 1981, our family-owned business has worked hard to help homeowners from throughout the area when it comes to waterproofing their properties. With our extensive experience and state-of-the-art equipment, our team is prepared to tackle any basement waterproofing project—no matter the size of your property or the complexity of the job. Just contact us today, and we will provide you with a free estimate.
The Importance of Waterproofing Your Basement
Since our area is prone to heavy rainfall and flooding, there is a very real risk of water damage to your home. By proactively waterproofing before disaster strikes, you are able to avoid the expensive repairs, remediation, and losses that can come with a flooded basement.
By turning to our experts, we are able to safeguard your property by controlling how water flows around your home and preventing it from draining into your basement. Basement waterproofing also reduces the overall moisture in your home, which means things will feel less stuffy during the summer and less chilly in the winter. That reduced moisture also means fewer issues such as paint peeling and wood warping.
One of the most important reasons to waterproof your basement is to reduce your family’s risk of mold exposure. Mold proliferates in moist environments and can often go undetected until it has firmly established itself. Even if you can’t see or smell the mold, it can still pose health risks. By reducing the moisture in your home—as well as flooding risks—you can stop mold before it ever gets started.