Eliminate Residual Moisture After Burst Pipes or Plumbing Failures

February 9th, 2016
Basements house all kinds of water supplies, pipes, and appliances that make them extremely vulnerable to flooding. Burst pipes and plumbing leaks can cause a ton of damage to a basement. But pumping out the excess water and repairing the leaky pipe is only the first step to a completely… Read More »

Larry Janesky Shares Award with Community

August 19th, 2013
Larry Janesky shared his award with Valley United Way with this check presentation to Jack Walsh under the Basement Systems “Umbrella”. (photo via: valleyunitedway.org) When you see Larry Janesky’s signature picture holding that big umbrella you immediately think about the fantastic basement waterproofing services that he offers along with several… Read More »

Why You Don’t Need a Plumber to Replace, Repair or Maintain Your Sump Pump

August 15th, 2013
Waterproofing knowledge trumps pipe-soldering knowledge when it comes to your sump pump What can go wrong with a sump pump? A basement waterproofing specialist will be more familiar with sump pump problems than a plumber. Problems like these can lead to basement flooding. Too much water. Many standard sump pumps… Read More »

Prevent Toxic Mold from Invading Your Home

June 11th, 2013
Did you know that breathing in mold spores can be toxic to your body? Inhaling large quantities of mold spores can lead to severe breathing problems, such as asthma, respiratory infections, severe allergies and even toxicity in the body. Prolonged exposure to these toxins will lead to illnesses; which, if… Read More »

Bowing Walls Can Mean Serious Business

May 29th, 2013
Have the walls of your foundation started to look a little lumpy? Do they look like they are actually starting to bow? Have you noticed cracks in your foundation?  The only way to prevent further damage is to have pokiesnzonline.com your foundation inspected by professional who can assess the structural… Read More »