Cutlerville, Michigan NO DIGGING Basement Waterproofing
If you currently have a wet basement or need basement waterproofing in your Cutlerville, Michigan home, Great Lakes Waterproofing is here to help. Our contractors have been waterproofing basements since 1978 and can tackle any of your residential or commercial basement water damage issues. Our experienced team will assess your situation and apply the appropriate solution for you by utilizing three main types of technologies to eliminate water and moisture in your wet basement: Drain Tile, Hydro-Clay Bentonite, and a Channel System. Visit our Basement Waterproofing page for more information or call 1-888-448-2351 for your free inspection and estimate.
If you need wall reinforcement or foundation repair services in Cutlerville, Michigan, Great Lakes Waterproofing has you covered. Our team of professionals will help you identify your basement wall reinforcement problems and deliver you the perfect solution. Visit our Foundation Repair page for more information on our foundation repair service.
Great Lakes Waterproofing is proud to serve the greater Cutlerville, Michigan area, providing homes and businesses with Volclay brand Bentonite Clay for basement waterproofing or elevator pit waterproofing. Volclay Bentonite is a material used to stop wet foundation walls and leaky cracks in the wall. It is great for both residential and commercial use, as it is completely natural and never disintegrates. Visit our Bentonite Grout page for more information about its application.
Elevator Pit Waterproofing
Do you live in the Cutlerville, Michigan area and face issues with water in your commercial/industrial elevator pit? Our team of experts uses proven techniques to help seal your elevator pit from damaging water caused by leaks in the foundation. Contact us today if elevator pit water is present in your building or call 1-888-448-2351 for your free inspection and estimate. Visit our Elevator Pit Waterproofing page to read more information about how we cure elevator pit water issues.