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​​Every basement is different. Your foundation may be fieldstone, concrete block or cement. Whatever the case, at some point it will be penetrated by water or moisture and the end result is always the same – a damp, wet, or flooded basement.

Water intrusion can occur anywhere at any time in a basement it is just a matter of when. Unusual seasonal freezes and thaws, earthquakes and settling of the foundation are of the primary causes of water infiltration and typically cannot be predicted.

We provide best-in-class basement waterproofing solutions. Whether you need downspout extensions, minor cracks repaired, a sump pump installed, or a full perimeter basement waterproofing system – we have the products and expertise to keep your basement safe and dry – guaranteed. There are a variety of components to a complete basement waterproofing system.

Basement Waterproofing 

If you have a leaky basement, you undoubtedly have been in the market for basement waterproofing. But making sense of the many different types and brands of basement waterproofing can be somewhat of a daunting task. Determining your needs and long-term plans for the basement is beneficial in choosing the best basement waterproofing for the job. Our highly trained professionals are here to help you accomplish just that. 


​​•    The wall is excavated to the footing and old drain tile is removed.
Bleeders are flushed clean or installed if not present.
•    The wall is pressure washed to remove all debris.
•    The cracks in the wall will be repaired and re coated with masonry cement.
•    The wall will be coated with Marflex waterproofing to seal the wall.
•    Wall will be backfilled with ¾ inch washed stone 20 inches from grade covered with a below grade geotextile filter fabric in areas.
•    Finish backfilling trench areas with impervious fill to within 6” of ground surface, place topsoil to finish grade height and pitch soil away from building.

 Mar-flex 5000 is a heavy duty, elastomeric emulsion waterproofing membrane. It is a highly rubber-fortified waterproofing product with decreased permeability and increased durability.

•    Produced from virgin materials of the highest quality.
•    Can be applied to any block or poured wall.
•    Provides industry-leading waterproofing technology
at an affortable price.
•    Able to resist freeze-thaw cycles while remaining flexible.


                                            “THE BEST BASEMENT WATERPROOFING PRODUCTS ON THE PLANET”

​​Dehumidifiers & Moisture Control

Our revolutionary basement dehumidifiers and crawlspace dehumidifiers address humidity and condensation by drying under the slab before moisture enters. Basements are similar to a cave – they are below ground level (subterranean) and are conducive to a damp, wet environment that more often than not, requires proper dehumidification. Independent studies have shown that up to 80% of moisture in basements originates from under the floor! If the source of the dampness is addressed, then 80% of the problem is eliminated.


Dehumi​difiers & Moisture Control

Basement & Crawlspace Waterproofing​

Basement Waterproofing

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mudjackers.comMission Statement We at The Mudjackers have a history of quality and excellence for over 73 years. You will find our services to be superior in quality and competitive in price. We at The Mudjackers believe that the people we employ as well as the people we serve make our company successful. Our good reputation with homeowners, architects, and engineers has been a key element to the continuing growth and stability of our company. We at The Mudjackers cover a wide spectrum of repairs for foundations, concrete slabs, forge presses, hydro dams, bridge cranes, highways, and sewer abandonment. Concrete overlays for residential and commercial applications. In addition, we install pilings for new and old structures. The type of slab The Mudjackers raises is referred to as "floating concrete" meaning the concrete moves with the ground. The ground can move as a result of frost and thawing or the amount of moisture present in the soil at different times of the year. Therefore, it is necessary to use material that is able to take on or release moisture at the same rate as the surrounding soil as to float the concrete properly [note not using cement]. When new concrete is installed, a base of compacted sand and/or gravel is used. Logic assumes it would be best to raise the sunken slab with more of the same, but it is not possible to pump pure sand. A pumping aid is needed. Our engineered material is mixed at each job site to adjust for each condition encountered. Our formulation has enough flexibility to fill voids and pockets. This will result in using more material providing a more thorough complete solution that has a stronger P.S.I. rating greater than a normal base for concrete. Some competitors mixtures are cement based that can set up too quickly. This creates a "pillaring effect" with material established as pillars and leaving voids throughout the affected area.

Est. 1939