DryMaster Basement Waterproofing has a proven system of basement waterproofing that we guarantee 100% for life.See more
It elevates your home off the ground which can be a necessity in damp or termite-prone locations.See more
Footing & Foundation
With a combined total of 50 years experience in home construction and remodeling, DryMaster helps you to create the basement of your dreams.See more
Control water flow & protect your home with trench systems that work!See more
Why Use DryMaster WaterProofing Services in NJ, PA & DE?
Our company is based on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. DryMaster Basement Waterproofing Specialists, llc is committed to meeting those needs. For over 30 years we have been in the business of repairing homes,with thousands of satisfied homeowners in New Jersey, Pennslyvania, and Delaware. See more…
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING
“I was impressed from my first phone call which was informative. Your basement inspector Fred was professional, he had a great manual which he went through with my husband and I. DryMaster was the best price we got. The workmen were knowledgeable and well equipped. We haven’t had any leaks since getting the job done. I would highly recomend DryMaster. Thank you!”
– Dorothy From Clifton, NJ
“In this day and age, it’s hard to find a company you can trust. I found DryMaster at the Freehold Home Show. The quality of service I received was outstanding. The work was done in a timely fashion and my home was left clean. My basement is dry and fresh smelling! Keep up the good work!”
– Bill from Howell, NJ
“I would like to thank you for waterproofing my basement last year, I was hoping I would never have to find out if it worked but after Hurr. Sandy it really did work, this is the first time that I have lived in my house that I did not have to pump out my basement, I just want to Thank you again for tthe great job you did!”
– Evon from Williamstown, NJ
Signs & Symptoms of Water Damage in Basement
Sometimes the signs of water damage in your basement can be minor, making them easy to miss or put off for later. However, these issues only compound over time and can lead to larger, more severe basement water problems down the road.
Early Signs of Water Damage
Mold & mildew
Puddles or standing water
Cracked or crumbling walls
Sinking or uneven floors
Flaking or peeling paint
White, chalky stains on concrete walls or floors
Water damage in basement
Proven Crawl Space Encapsulation & Repair Solutions in New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Delaware
Dry Master can transform your musty crawl space into a cleaner, drier, and more energy-efficient space with our crawl space encapsulation and repair solutions. No matter what kind of crawl space problem you have, we have the experience and proven, warrantied products to make things right.
If your crawl space is damp, musty smelling, exhibiting structural issues, or in need of winterization, Dry Master has a solution.
Common Crawl Space Problem Signs
If your crawl space begins to rot, grow mold, or experience structural problems, this will extend to every part of your home. At Dry Master, we specialize in crawl space problems of all types.
High Crawl Space Humidity
High humidity in your crawl space is a warning of hidden damage and issues, and, as such, should not be ignored. Here’s how you can spot this issue.
Water in your crawl space causes condensation, mold, and wood rot. It’s a serious problem for your structural integrity and for your family’s health.
Rotted Floor Joists
Rotted floor joists are not just a problem sign of serious issues within your property—they can also be direct contributors to further damage. Acting quickly is crucial.
Do I Need a French Drain?
The dimensions of a French drain ultimately depend on the site. These sloped trenches can be a couple of feet deep (known as shallow drains) or deeper (footing drains). They are typically about a foot wide and usually perform more optimally the higher property is on a slope. A quality team will be able to slope even the most challenging drain so it becomes an asset.
Few residential investments have the potential ROI of well-designed drainage. The sooner they are installed, the quicker they can help homeowners and businesses take more effective water management steps.
Benefits of a French Drain
You Create a Stronger Foundation
Water can wreak havoc in multiple ways, both in and around a building’s foundation. Excess water can weaken or displace surrounding soil or seep directly through foundation cracks to compromise structural integrity. French drains help redirect water away from foundations to prevent this from happening.
French Drains Are Tough
These designs have to be more durable than some other drainage options due to their subsurface operation. Their underground design means French drains are subject to hydrostatic pressure, which is exerted by water through the force of gravity. The more durable a drain is, then, the more reliably it will perform.
You Can Decide Where The Water Goes
These designs give homeowners the choice of where redirected water ends up (within zoning regulations, of course). Builders can lay pipes to deposit water into a drainage ditch, for example, or perhaps into the street or a lower-lying area on the property.
Dry Master has over 30 years of experience that lets us engineer the best drainage solution for your needs.