February 1, 2023
While it would be overly optimistic to assume that all basement leaks can be completely and permanently prevented, many are, in fact, very preventable. Heavy rains and structural flaws can result in foundation damage that manifests rather quickly, but the reality is that most happen as a result of slow, progressive cracks that gradually grow and expand with the passage of time. For this and many other reasons, we strongly recommend that homeowners have their basement inspected annually to ensure that minor issues don’t become major ones.
At Everdry Waterproofing, we’ve been helping homeowners throughout Western NY keep their basements and lower levels dry and free of both leaks and standing water for more than 40 years. Here’s just a sampling of the reasons to have your basement inspected seasonally, and why more homeowners trust the experience and professionalism that EverDry brings to each client:
- Annual basement inspections allow for the early detection of potential damage
- The cost of an inspection pales in comparison to the expense of major repairs
- Many common issues can be repaired quickly and inexpensively onsite
- Everdry uses advanced leak detection technology to see what the eyes can’t
- The best time to have your basement inspected is before Spring and after Summer
- Everdry has more than 700 ‘Five Star’ reviews from homeowners in the local area!
Waiting until you discover a leak or standing water in your basement is the worst time to start giving it the attention it needs. And we can’t overstate the importance of staying on top of things, even when there isn’t a drop of water to be found. To learn more about the benefits of having an annual basement water inspection or to schedule an appointment, get in touch with the Everdry location closest to you.
Everdry Waterproofing has locations throughout Western NY and Syracuse, and can be reached anytime during our regular business hours by calling the numbers below. You can also reach out 24/7 via email by visiting our website’s contact page.