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Waterproofing Price Concerns - Q&A

Kevin Marshall
August 26, 2017

When thinking about getting your basement waterproofed, you might have a lot of concerns and questions. For example, you might be wondering how costly it would be to fix up your basement or whether or not it’s worth doing a full redo. As you search for the Los Angeles waterproofing company that fits your needs, here are some answers to the questions you might have along the way.

One of the first questions that homeowners might wonder about is whether or not doing work on the basement will be too expensive. You might have just minor cracks on the floors or walls and maybe, for the most part, the basement doesn’t smell too musty. You might think, if it’s not broke don’t fix it. The truth is, when it comes to basements, preventative measures go a long way. When you waterproof your basement, you will be saving money in the long run as you won’t have to worry about costly fixes that may occur if your basement is not waterproofed. For example, leaking basements may lead to mold or mildew, which can lead to dry rot. In order to fix this, sometimes entire sections of the wall needs to be replaced, which won’t be cheap. Other times, if the water damage is bad enough, repairs to the foundation of your home may have to be made, which will also be costly. By waterproofing your basement before it get’s to this, you’ll save yourself money in the long term.

Another question you might be wondering about is whether or not you have to waterproof the entire basement if you just have a small crack or leak in one area. While you may be able to patch up the crack using a sealant or waterproof paint, this won’t actually solve the underlying issue of water getting into your home. In order to fix the underlying issue, it's better to waterproof your entire basement sooner rather than later. It just might save you a headache down the road.