Over 45 Licensees Nationwide
For over 50 years, The B-Dry System wet basement Waterproofing System has been used and tested thoroughly in homes across the country. Nationwide, over 500,000 homes have used our waterproofing system to deal with water issues in their basements. Call us today at 207-282-0718 to discuss how we can greatly increase the value and function of your home!
Our basement waterproofing systems are warranted and designed to protect your home from problems caused by a high water table, heavy wet soil, cracks or seams in the floor and wall seepage. That is what makes the B-Dry® Waterproofing System a consumer-voted favorite nationwide.
Have You Seen Us?
Perhaps your neighbor, friend, or family member has our system. Our work can be seen all over the country and is more common than you may realize. On a national level The B-Dry System has been featured on:
- Better Homes and Garden Magazine
- Dateline NBC 1998
- Builder Magazine
- Flip This House
- Extreme Makeover Home Edition
- US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Our B-Dry® System Wet Basement Waterproofing Process and other repair solutions are proven to restore the value of your home. Use our Wet Basement Analyzer Tool to identify the type of problem that is occurring in your basement and find the repairs needed to fix it. And when there is a problem contact us.
The Value of Our Work
Our services cover a wide range of basement issues from waterproofing and drainage to foundation repair and basement windows. We take great pride in our work and always put our customers first. Our reputation and our work speak for themselves. In addition, our work is backed by a warranty.
Going the Distance in Waterproofing Basements
Our B-Dry® Waterproofing System is known nationwide as the solution for a flooded basement. Our high-quality service also extends to replacing a faulty French drain or repairing window well drains, along with cracked, bulging or bowing walls.
The products we install will also help protect your wet basement from water leakage related damage such as rotted wood, wet insulation or ruined carpeting. Correcting these issues is an essential first step to preventing future electrical problems or concerns of invading insects, such as termites or carpenter ants.