Keep an eye out for some of the most common basement flooding and leaking issues like:
Cove Joints: a cove joint is the joint between the floor and the walls that is caused due to the two separate pours of concrete. Commonly, this area is not waterproofed and can allow water to seep through over time. If you notice water collecting at the edge of your floor, you may have cove joint seepage. The Real Seal, LLC will be able to correct this leaking issue with a drain tile system.
Honeycomb: Have you noticed water seeping in through a section of the concrete that has deteriorated over time? This type of concrete issue is called a Honeycomb or a Rock Pocket. This type of damage occurs when the concrete deteriorates enough to allow a small amount of water to seep through, which over time, causes more and more damage by permitting more water to sneak through.
Have you noticed water leaking in from the top of your basement wall? This is called Over the Top Seepage and is caused by poor grading of the soil on the exterior of the home, which allows water to pool against the foundation. Deteriorating Tuck Pointing is another cause of this type of seepage. Gutters and regrading your lawn are common fixed for these issues.
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