Outdoor Waterproofing Methods To Save Your Home
One common misconception is that your leak is due to a problem on the inside, but eve a foundation free of cracks and a structurally sound home can have leaks coming in, but from a source you may not have considered. The land your home is built on, and the drainage it allows, contributes a great deal to your likelihood of experiencing a flood or leak, and we at AA Action Waterproofing make sure to take this into consideration when it comes to waterproofing your home.
Poor drainage on your land or in your yard will cause water to pool or accumulate in various areas around your yard, causing the ground to become oversaturated and ripe for a flood or leak problem. After a rainstorm, if you can walk around your property and see spots of pooling or standing water, this is a good sign that your outside drainage isn’t all that it should be, and that this could be a leading cause of your leak issues.
At AA Action Waterproofing, we make sure to look at the outside of your home as well as the inside, and to take a comprehensive approach when it comes to making sure your home has been sufficiently waterproofed. Contours, culverts, and swells are just some of the methods we use to take water that may be standing on your property, and draining it away from your home safely and effectively before it can make its way inside.
Our professionals at AA Action Waterproofing are well-versed in all of the drainage issues that Maryland homeowners are facing, and just how it can affect their likelihood for a leak or accumulating water. If you have water that stands or pools around your property, and you suspect it could be causing your leak, simply call us at AA Action Waterproofing today to see how we can help.