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Pre-Construction Waterproofing

Pre-Construction WaterproofingThere is a great deal of buzz and excitement surrounding having a new home built, as you know that your new dream home is on its way. During this process, you may be involved in picking out all types of things and customizing each step of the process, which is often one of the most fun aspects of the building itself, but it’s also important to consider issues which may come down the line such as basement leaking or moisture. During the building process, waterproofing can be performed to ensure your basement will remain in great condition for many years to come, and this can allow you to completely enjoy your new home without worrying about the damages that come along with unwanted moisture.

At AA Action Waterproofing, our professionals offer pre-construction waterproofing consultations that can help you to avoid leaky basements in your new home, as we take measures to waterproof your basement as its being built. Through these processes, you can rest assured that your basement will remain a safe and useful space, as you can avoid the need for mold remediation and moisture cleanup after that first big rainstorm or rough winter.

Pre-construction waterproofing is highly convenient, as it allows you to take care of the waterproofing process as you’re taking care of the building process, essentially “killing two birds with one stone”, as the old adage goes. Rather than having to take time out of your daily life to have your basement waterproofed later on, it can be done as the rest of your home is being built, and we can consult with you to make sure you get the exact job you want.

At AA Action Waterproofing, we firmly believe that being proactive about your basement waterproofing is better than being reactive, and we feel that our pre-construction consultations allow you to be just that. Rather than waiting until moisture becomes a problem, you can take care of the issue head on, giving you the peace of mind you need to know that your basement is functioning just as it should!

This entry was posted in Basement Waterproofing on October, 27, 2014