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As an experienced waterproofing company, Innovative Basement Systems helps homeowners solve their basement problems fast. We have over 10 years of experience in the industry and have been recognized by the BBB and Basement Systems for our service and craftsmanship.
We are well-known locally for our unique waterproofing products, custom designed to work well in any home. As an authorized Basement Systems dealer, we are the only company able to provide you with these proven, patented solutions in North Dakota & Minneapolis.
If you're concerned that moisture is negatively affecting your basement, Innovative Basement Systems can inspect the space and decide upon the best course of action. We offer free inspections and estimates – schedule yours today! Call 1-800-784-3219 or click the button below to send us an e-mail.
Your damp or wet basement can cause more than just a headache; these issues can create bigger problems like mold, mildew, rot, structural damage, and a variety of health problems. If you’ve noticed any of the symptoms below, you might have a basement water problem.
Our complete basement waterproofing system includes all the solutions you need for a dry, comfortable, odor-free basement; no matter what’s causing your issues. We offer many solutions for your home, including sump pumps, basement drainage systems, dehumidifiers, crack repairs, vapor barriers, and more.
If you think you have a basement waterproofing problem, request a professional basement inspection today. We will send one of our certified basement waterproofing specialists to visit your home and conduct a thorough inspection of your home’s basement foundation.
Innovative Basement Systems fixes leaky basements in North Dakota and Minnesota, in areas like Eden Prairie, Saint Cloud, Bismarck, Minot, Anoka, Andover, Grand Forks and neighboring towns and cities. Contact us today for a free wet basement repair estimate.
Other companies might try to sell you on inferior basement waterproofing solutions. Our products have been developed, patented, and perfected by Basement Systems®, Inc. -- the world's largest network of basement waterproofing contractors.
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Heavy equipment is brought in to dig out the entire perimeter of the basement. New drain lines are installed, and sometimes a waterproof coating is applied to foundation walls. This waterproofing strategy is expensive and often damages lawn and garden areas. Exterior drains are prone to clogging with silt and roots over time.
This drain line is installed underneath the basement floor, just inside the foundation walls. The hidden drainage system brings water to a sump pit, where a sump pump automatically pumps it outside. Also known as a French Drain, this system is not prone to clogging; it’s reliable and easy to service.
A hollow plastic baseboard is installed along the base of basement walls to form a drainage channel that directs water to a sump pump system. A baseboard-type drainage system is sometimes recommended when the basement slab is too thin to accommodate a French Drain.
This waterproofing technique involves "painting" basement walls and floors with a waterproof, cement-based coating that's supposed to seal out moisture. Even when applied correctly, this thin membrane usually fails in response to prolonged hydrostatic pressure from outside the foundation.