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Ram Jack Has Basement Waterproofing Solutions

Protect Your Home & Family from Harmful Mold & Mildew

Standing water in your basement? Basement walls leaking? Water intrusion can be a serious problem for homeowners with basements. Water seeping into your home’s basement or crawl space can cause a series of problems, including mold and mildew that can put you and your family at risk. Ram Jack offers a full line of waterproofing solutions to help get your basement back to a healthy, livable space. Our trained Ram Jack consultants can evaluate your basement to determine exactly how water is entering your home. Once properly diagnosed, the Ram Jack team will design a plan of repair specifically for you.

Water Problems In the Basement

Because of its location, your basement is naturally more vulnerable to water intrusion than other parts of your home. Moisture can seep through the walls into the basement, creating an environment ripe for mold and mildew growth. If you notice musty air, leaking water through basement walls, water condensation, or mold growth, it’s best to act quickly. Contact Ram Jack for an on-site evaluation of your basement.

Moisture, Mold, Your Basement & Your Health

You’ve probably heard the horror stories or seen news excerpts regarding health problems secondary to mold exposure. Dangerous mold strains can cause asthma, lung issues, skin problems, and eye irritation, just to name a few, and they may be thriving due to an unhealthy basement environment.

The best solution is to prevent mold growth altogether. That’s why basement waterproofing is critical.

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