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Homeowner wanted a outside basement entrance (Bilco Door) removed in Lockport, NY. Great job guys! Homeowner very happy with results. So glad you are working with us...
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4/17/17
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Job Kevin and Cody did in Albion NY. You rock! Homeowners very satisfied and amazed by the transformation. Great work guys so glad you work for us. #WatersBasement
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3/26/17
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Wall Panel, Drain Tile, and Diverter System installed by Kevin and Cody in Lockport, NY great job guys! Glad to have you on our team!!
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2/11/17
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Outside Basement Entrance Waters Basement Services installed in Medina, NY. Great job guys! Homeowner very happy!
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1/29/17
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WHAT ARE DIVERTERS USED FOR IN BASEMENT WATERPROOFING?


Diverters establish and maintain open water pathways to direct any and all water into a drainage system (Drain Tile) (French Drain). Diverter products relieve hydrostatic pressure by facilitating water flow and removing resistance. Waterproofing systems without diverters are easily overwhelmed from groundwater. #watersbasementservices

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DO YOU KNOW HOW GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS WATER EFFECT YOUR BASEMENT?
 
Roof drainage is a common cause of wet basements.  Also, downspouts that discharge water directly at foundation walls.  A typical 2000 square foot roof can produce almost 1200 gallons of water during just 1 inch of rainfall.  Fall season brings rain and leaves falling.  Keeping your gutters clean and free of debris is one of the first line of defense to help keep your basement dry. Gutters and downspouts need to be free of debris, flow freely, and the downspout; need to empty away from basement foundation. Because leaves don’t fall all at once it may be necessary to clean your gutters and downspouts more than once a season.  Waters Basement Services recommends you have your gutters inspected at least four times a year.
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A before and after of a job Waters Basement Services did in Wilson NY last week. Installed wall panels, drain tile, diverter, and sump basin with new pump and check valve. Homeowner rated us a 5 out of 5.  Great job Cody, Kevin, and Alex, so glad you are on our team. 
 
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2016-10-31
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Our nephew Tommy just graduated from the Marines on Friday. Couldn’t be prouder of this young man....
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Outside basement entrance doors (Bilco) (Gordon) our guys installed last week.  One in Medina and one in Rochester NY.   Homeowners so happy with the outcome. Great work Kevin and Cody glad to have you on our team.
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2016-10-17
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LOWER ENERGY BILLS WITH RIM JOIST SPRAY INSULATION      STOP AIR AND MOISTURE INFILTRATION
 
Stop air and moisture infiltration at the rim joist (ban joist) (space between your home and basement walls) of your home.  Stopping air infiltration is the best defense against energy loss.  Your home lets in cold air during the winter and warm air in the summer, resulting in higher energy bills.        

Stuffing fiberglass insulation between floor joists is a common method of insulating the rim joist in many homes.  Fiberglass insulation has gaps and voids when installed, allowing air to infiltrate.  Because fiberglass insulation doesn’t fit snugly, it is air permeable.  Rim joists (Ban Joist) expand and contract with the change of seasons allowing air to enter and exit at will.  Rim Joist spray insulation is a closed cell application which fills in the whole space without any gaps or voids.  Unlike fiberglass insulation, which is only a thermal barrier, the spray foam insulation creates both an air and vapor barrier at the rim-joist.  Creating an air barrier at the rim joist becomes vitally important because moist air can create condensation.  Moist air can filter through fiberglass creating condensation at the rim-joist, which can eventually lead to mold and mildew problems.
 
Spray insulation sticks to the rim joist eliminating the condensing surface.  Improper insulation at the rim joist can result in high energy bills, air quality issues, and moisture damage.  The spray insulation is highly adhesive, so it sticks and stays in place as it expands to fill gaps.  Once cured, the spray insulation provides an effective air seal as well as insulation.  Because the spray insulation doesn’t allow air to move through it (which diminishes R-value) it always performs at its full rated R-value. 
 
Waters Basement Services, Inc. offers a solution for stopping air infiltration with Rim Joist Spray Insulation.
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2016-10-09
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