• Waterproofing Services

  • Waterproofing Specialists serving the Southwestern IL. Area

    Who do you call when your basement floods? Call the pros at LS Waterproofing for a consultation of your foundation problems. In fact, we provide waterproofing services for basements, crawlspaces, and more. Whether your problem is structural or your home doesn’t keep out groundwater, we have the solutions needed to keep your home dry. Contact us to talk about your options and schedule an appointment.

  • Basement Waterproofing Services

    Do you deal with basement flooding during bad storms? Are you always finding leaks or puddles of water? It’s time to call the basement waterproofing pros at LS for to keep your basement dry. The techniques that we use include:

    • Interior solutions such as sealants, coatings, and tile system to prevent leaks and condensation

    • Exterior solutions include exterior sealants and coatings, as well as drainage systems

    • Drainage systems, such as french drains & gutter tiles that help carry water away from the foundation

    • Sump pumps to expel excess water

  • Crawlspace Waterproofing Services

    While basement flooding problems may be due to poor drainage or a poorly constructed foundation, crawl spaces are often plagued by the same issues. However, there is a different set of options for repair, which includes:

    • French Drains

    • Sump Pumps

    • Vinyl Liners

    • More…

  • Local Sump Pump installation & Repair

    Many times, basement or crawlspace flooding problems are solved through the use of a sump pump. A sump pump can be a costly installation. However, it will pale in comparison to the money you spend everytime your basement floods. Sump pump installation involves a hole being dug to collect groundwater and a pump that expels the water from your home. This is one of the efficient ways to deal with issues of excess groundwater.

  • Window Well Installation

    When it comes to basement foundations, window wells are important for holding back the earth and keeping moisture away from that tiny window in your basement. If your basement window doesn’t have a window well, you could be a serious risk for flooding problems during the rainy season, especially if your home has drainage issues. Contact our staff for more details about window wells and if they’re appropriate for your home.