SAS Services, Inc. provides free basement waterproofing estimates for Michigan homeowners. We offer foundation inspections and written estimates to homeowners with wet basements, nasty crawl spaces, mold and bowed & cracked foundation walls. For over 25 years we’ve provided basement waterproofing to residents in the greater Metro Detroit area. We offer the only proven mold and water-resistant basement waterproofing systems on the market.
Select the best basement waterproofing contractor. Before you let someone into your Michigan home, it’s very important to do your research. SAS Services, Inc.,with our patented basement waterproofing solutions, respects you and your home. We only use ethical sales practices, honor warranties and guarantees without hassle. All of our staff follow clear rules of respect and responsibility. We treat you the way we’d want our own families treated.
It’s true are few things sadder than Michigan residences discovering a wet basement. It’s especially true after a strong rain. Basement flooding, which now is now beyond just a little water.
There are several things you can before you begin to dry out your basement. As soon as you see water, stop and make sure to shut off any power around the area. Never enter a wet or flooded area while the electricity to your home is on.
If you are not sure how to shut these areas off, call a qualified electrician before entering the basement to make an assessment, and start work.
As soon as you notice water, take action. If we have a spring rain or storm, which can cause basement flooding, wait until it’s passed before getting to work on your basement.
Keep yourself protected. Regardless of the water source, wear boots and gloves and a protective mask if necessary. If you are dealing with basement flooding and not just water, hip or chest waders may also be helpful, if they are available.
Take care when walking and moving around the flooded area, it will likely be slippery.
If possible, verify the source of the water. If a burst pipe is the cause of the flood, shut off water to the basement. It’s important, before there is a problem, to know where your home water valve is in your home.
If your Michigan basement has a floor drain, check it to ensure it is not clogged and if it is the cause the basement flooding. Always Keep your drain open and clear of debris to help drain standing water from your basement.
If the flooding is over a few inches, it is wise to have a professional inspect your basement. You want to make sure to stop any major damage in its tracks. It is common for unattended Michigan basements to develop mold and mildew, which can lead to health problems.
Keep your home and family safe, call SAS Waterproofing Services.