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Serving Fairfield County in Connecticut, including:
Bethel, Bridgeport, Brookfield, Danbury, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Monroe, New Canaan, New Fairfield, Newtown, Norwalk, Redding, Ridgefield, Sherman, Shelton, Stratford, Stamford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport and Wilton.
“ADBS was recently contracted to correct our wet basement problem. The crew that arrived was exemplary. Mr. Silva was very meticulous with his work, took the time to answer all my questions in an informative and courteous manner and kept his crew working until each day’s work was completed.” – Peter N. | Fairfield County CT
Our SuperDry Waterproofing System
Meets or Exceeds All Building Code Requirements
Compare the specifications of our basement waterproofing system to all of our local competitors and you will discover we meet or exceed all building code requirements. They do not. We maintain the structural integrity of your floor after installing our perimeter drainage system. We dig deeper to increase the pitch of our drainage pipes (drawing water more efficiently to the sump pump) and we replace the slab’s original thickness usually between 4 to 6 inches as proposed by the International building code council.
Full List of Waterproofing Services
Our SuperDry System provides five essentials in order to repair cracks and waterproof your basement.
Crawl Space Encapulation
Using American Dry Basement Systems’ SuperCrete method you can create an optimal storage space in your home.
Structural Crack Repair
We will seal any crack with our proprietary SuperCrete (Floor) and SuperSlurry (Walls). They have a crystalline component that grows into concrete making it stronger and waterproof.
Sump Pump Installation
Sump pump installations require following the proper guidelines and fundamentals in creating a successful, operational sump pump station for any size home. The key to a successful, efficient sump pump station is the waterproofer’s ability to understand the amount of pumping power required to be matched up with the size of the water problem.