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In total, TrustedPros has received 27 Waterproofing projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Waterproofing Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $242,000.00 with a per project average of $8,962.00.
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I have a six year old end unit townhome. I am finding some moisture from a hairline crack in my basement that spans 4-5 feet diagonally. My basement has insulation already in place and I managed to cut through it to see this crack.
I am looking to get this fixed in order for me to finish my basement in the upcoming year. I am not looking to do the waterproofing from the outside as it is far too costly and I can't afford it. I am looking for an experienced individual that will find a way to fix it internally. I have been told that cement injections will work. If you can please provide me with an estimate of the project and the technique you will use that would be appreciated.
Please note that you will need to take down the insulation and also find a way to remove the nails that are in the cement to do this job. I'm not sure what type of nails the builder used but I trust they can be removed.
If you can provide me with any suggestions and a perhaps a ball park figure I would appreciate it.
*We need a project completed as soon as possible. we had hired contractors to do the job, they started the job but haven't returned for 3 weeks now and are not responding to our inquiries. there is a portion of the house that needs insulation and siding and we need the basement completed, it was waterproofed from the inside, that job is about 75% complete.
Time is of the essence as we have portions of the house that have no insulation or siding at this point.
There is a foot by foot hole in our basement where the water line comes up a few feet away from our wall, this hole is nearly always filled with water but never overflows. We have determined that the water is not from the line itself and assume is it a water table that probably needs a sump pump.
We did have a wall leak that has been fixed. The floor has heaved in this corner and begun crumbling, we are unsure that this is as a result of the leak or constant water standing, or both.
Looking for someone who has experience in these types of repairs. We would like to know if we need weeping tile or a sump pump to fix out water problem.
We would like a few quotes and opinions. We have had a few plumbers in, but without any solutions. We do have mold issues and would like to be able to use our basement for more than a place to throw things!
We are looking at a quote that will have us doing lots of the work, ie. breaking up concrete, wince we would like to at this time continue to remove the clay sewer line in the basement floor to the sewer vent line.
the basement is unfinished and is 5'5 feet high with ductwork making it lower in a few places. The area affected is right at the bottom of the stairwell and along the front wall.
The home is a 40's built wood frame 2 1/2 storey home very close to our neighbors.
Please help us!
Hi, I have water coming in from top of foundation. Had a new patio put in cause was told it was built to high on foundation and coming in the garage and running down into the crawlspace under the outside door. Water is still coming in what looks like 2 different places and in one spot at edge of door, the corner where the door meets garage, corner of garage is wet on wall at floor. It seems to me water is coming over the membrane there and the other spot water is coming under the membrane in different place under the door in basement. I am wondering if it is the sill plate, where brick meets the concrete blocks and this maybe has been a problem from day one. I have been told it could be the roof, could be the weepholes, could be the door step. Well I could fix all those things and still have a problem. Who could I hire to find out the problem for sure. Right now have a tarp covering the outside step. Maybe helping to keep some water out. Have owned the house for six years. I will wait for the right person to fix it.
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