Waterproofing 4 Less, LLC
Waterproofing 4 Less, LLC Services
At Waterproofing 4 Less, LLC, we take pride in providing our customers with the highest quality services for their unique needs. We have Emergency Services that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our services include:
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Our friendly staff will help you find the best solutions for you, at the best price and quality.
Waterproof, cement-based coating for exterior below-grade concrete and masonry. Thoroseal Foundation Coating resists both positive and negative hydrostatic pressure while allowing interior moisture to escape without damaging the coating.
Concrete and masonry surfaces always require protection from the damages of wind-driven rain, freeze-thaw, moisture, and chloride ion intrusion from de-icing salts... it's just a matter of time. High performance water repellents penetrate the substrate without creating a film on the surface. They maintain the original appearance of the substrate and allow moisture vapor to escape, while sealing and protecting concrete and masonry for years to come.
Water in your Basement? An interior French drain is the surest method of keeping your basement dry, it intercepts water as it enters your basement or crawl space However, if you have a finished basement, you’ll have to remove interior walls in order to install the system. That shouldn’t be a problem if water is ruining your basement anyway.
Crews cut a channel around the perimeter of your basement floor, chip out the concrete approximately one foot from the wall, a trench is excavated and pitched. Where possible, the lowest course of block is tapped and bled (weep holes) in order to drain the walls. Fully slotted polyethylene drainage pipe is installed, covered with stone and connected to the Sump Pit. The water flows to a Sump Pit or collection tank sunk in the floor, and a sump pump sends it out to the yard or a storm drain. The channel is patched with a thin layer of concrete, except for a small gap at the edge, where PolyDrain catches any water that dribbles down the wall.
Complete Mold Remediation includes set up Negative Air Pressure Containment to isolate the area and avoid further contamination, utilizing industrial size HEPA filter air scrubber(s). Remove and dispose of any contaminated materials such as insulation, carpets, drywall, etc. Clean all exposed surfaces inside the containment including Wood Framing/Joists and Wood Sheathing with an EPA Approved Biocide. Encapsulate all affected areas as needed with an anti-microbial coating product that contains a persistent fungicide to prevent mold re-growth.
Water damage restoration is the process of restoring a property back to pre-loss condition after sustaining any level of water damage. While there are currently no government regulations in the United States dictating procedures, the IICRC, Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, do recommend standards of care. We use the IICRC procedural standard, which is the S500. It is based on reliable restoration principles, research and practical experience with extensive consultation and information gathered from numerous sources. These include the scientific community, the international, national and regional trade associations serving the disaster restoration industry, chemical formulators and equipment manufacturers, cleaning and restoration schools, restoration service companies, the insurance industry, allied trades persons and others with specialized experience.
Waterproofing 4 Less, LLC is a Smart Vent Authorized Installer. Smart Vent Flood Vents are the only FEMA accepted and ICC-ES Certified Flood Vent.
How it works?
The SMART VENT door is latched closed until flood water enters. Rising flood water lifts the internal floats, which unlatch and open the door.
Air vents are not flood vents. They will clog with flood debris and have never been tested in flood scenarios.
Window wells are an integral part of the drainage system. A window well without the drain can essentially allow water to pool up around the window and in the well leading to a whole host of issues including basement flooding, destroyed dry wall, and structure damage in time.
The most important function of a window well is protecting the window and window frame and keeping water, excessive moisture, soil, and more out of the basement. For this reason, the window well must be constructed correctly, complete with a window well drain to assist in the process of eliminating excess water in the well.
If your window well does not have a drainage system, it will allow water in your home. Excess water will pool up and put your basement in danger. Even a light amount of rainfall can fill the window well and soon find a way into the basement. Leaching water can cause cracks in the window frame or in the foundation wall itself.