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Diagnose Your Wet Basement

Our team at J.D. Johnson Waterproofing has evaluated almost every type of basement and foundation issue possible. We have compiled a list of the most common basement waterproofing and foundation issues that we come across to provide you with a tool to diagnose what is causing water to enter into your basement. Hover over our logo above any of the problems you have noticed in your basement to learn more about how our team can help you keep your home dry and safe.

Diagnose your basement Vertical Wall Crack Water From The Seam Sump Pump Failure Window Sill Leak Horizontal Wall Crack Water Seepage

Vertical Crack

Vertical wall cracks can not only weaken your foundation but they can also provide an opening for water to enter your home. Our team repairs vertical foundation wall cracks with a patented carbon fiber wall repair product.

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Water Coming Up From Seam

Large amounts of water around the perimeter of your basement can cause a number of issues in your home. Our team installs interior waterproofing drainage systems to prevent water from seeping through the seam where the wall meets the floor.

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Sump Pump Failure

Sump pumps are an important component in your waterproofing system. If your sump pump fails or breaks our team can replace the broken unit with a more effective one.

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Window Sill Leak

Basement windows can cause a number of issues when they start leaking. This is most often caused by foundation settlement causing the seal to break around the window frame.

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Horizontal Wall Crack

Horizontal wall cracks are a sign of bowing basement walls. They occur most often on homes with a foundation built out of concrete block. This should be addressed immediately as it can compromise the structural integrity of your home.

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Water Seepage

Foundations built out of concrete blocks are more likely to allow water to seep through. This will often look like condensation or dark wet spots on your basement walls. This can be a sign that your foundation has damage on the exterior that needs to be addressed.

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Our team at J.D. Johnson Waterproofing has evaluated almost every type of basement and foundation issue possible. Take a look at our list below, or check our our interactive tool on our desktop site, to learn more about each basement and foundation issue and how our team can help you keep your home dry and safe.

Vertical Crack

Vertical wall cracks can not only weaken your foundation but they can also provide an opening for water to enter your home. Our team repairs vertical foundation wall cracks with a patented carbon fiber wall repair product.

Learn More

Water Coming Up From Seam

Large amounts of water around the perimeter of your basement can cause a number of issues in your home. Our team installs interior waterproofing drainage systems to prevent water from seeping through the seam where the wall meets the floor.

Learn More

Sump Pump Failure

Sump pumps are an important component in your waterproofing system. If your sump pump fails or breaks our team can replace the broken unit with a more effective one.

Learn More

Window Sill Leak

Basement windows can cause a number of issues when they start leaking. This is most often caused by foundation settlement causing the seal to break around the window frame.

Learn More

Horizontal Wall Crack

Horizontal wall cracks are a sign of bowing basement walls. They occur most often on homes with a foundation built out of concrete block. This should be addressed immediately as it can compromise the structural integrity of your home.

Learn More

Water Seepage

Foundations built out of concrete blocks are more likely to allow water to seep through. This will often look like condensation or dark wet spots on your basement walls. This can be a sign that your foundation has damage on the exterior that needs to be addressed.

Learn More