If you have an older basement, especially in an older Ohio home, you probably have a basement that is not very useful to you. If it is wet, dirty or musty you cannot even use it for storing many things you care about, because they may become moldy or wet. However, fixing up your basement is the cheapest way to add a “floor” of useful space to your home.
To improve your basement, you can begin by decluttering it. Get rid of things you do not need in it. Clean out the areas that have accumulated junk and things you really do not need. If it is dirty and dusty but does not have any water leaks or bowed basement walls, you can hire a pro to come in and power wash it. You can then add paint and your space will be brightened up and better to use. If the cement floor is in good shape you can also have tile floors put in to make it seem very finished.
But what if you have water in the basement at times? What if you notice that a basement wall is curved or bowed and seems like it might be unsafe? What if the humidity is too high and the basement seems damp and musty all the time in warmer months? Then it is time to call a reputable Ohio basement waterproofing company.
Pioneer Basement Solutions is a company that has been helping improve Northeast Ohio basements for more than forty years. Their teams are professional and experienced in taking your wet basement and waterproofing it so that your basement is usable again. They also have extensive experience in bowed basement walls and how to repair the foundation of your home. To get started, give Pioneer Basement Solutions a call at 1-888-420-9900 and schedule an appointment to have your basement inspected and get a quote on Ohio basement waterproofing costs.
Ohio basement waterproofing companies are all over the place, but you want to go with one that has been in business for a long time and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. That way you can be confident the project is done correctly and backed up by a team of professionals who care that you are happy with your new basement.