Where is the Water Coming From?
- External sources like rainwater seeping in from the ground
- Interior sources like heaters and refrigerators
- Humidity from the air that settles in the basement and condenses when touching cooler surfaces
- Dampness forming circles near the base of your concrete walls
- Walls starting to drip with water out of nowhere
- Oppressive humidity in the air even on cold days
- Moisture on walls not exposed to as much heat as the rest of the basement
- A foul odor that smells like mildew or mold
- Wood paneling and carpets starting to deteriorate
- Blisters or stains on your wall covers
- The slow decay of your columns, joists, wood headers, and sill plates
Fixing a Leak Caused by Rainwater
How to Fix Leaks Properly and Permanently
When Do You Need a Professional?
Dealing with leaks in a basement is difficult and time-consuming. If you’d rather devote your time to more productive work, leave the dirty work to our professionals. Contact MT Drains & Plumbing today at (905) 761-5551 and request a free quote today.