Basement Waterproofing



Evergreen is here to solve your basement water issues, as well as finding the source of the problem. We have been keeping homeowner’s basements dry for years with our exterior water remediation methods and have since expanded our services to help those homeowner’s who need additional help keeping their basement dry. Our goal is to not only resolve your water issues, but create a dry, healthy environment for you and your family. Our experts will not only help identify the source of the problem, they will create a comprehensive plan to meet all of your needs.

Reasons to Consider Waterproofing Your Basement


There are numerous threats that can undermine the foundation of your home, but water infiltration stands out as the most common and threatening adversary. Understanding where the water is coming from is the key to recommending the proper solution for your problem. It could be as simple as diverting exterior downspouts, re-grading low spots or creating drainage swales to move water away from your home. In more extreme cases it will be necessary to install an underground drain system in your basement to move the water to a sump pump and get it away from your foundation wall. No matter the issue, Evergreen will find a solution tailored to your specific needs.

Protection from Water Damage

Water infiltration into your basement can lead to extensive and costly damage. 

Moisture can seep into walls, floors, and structural components, causing them to weaken and deteriorate over time. Waterproofing your basement prevents this damage, saving you from expensive repairs down the road.

Preventing Structural Damage

A wet basement can compromise the structural integrity of your home. Excess moisture weakens the foundation, leading to cracks, shifts, and settling.

By waterproofing your basement, you ensure the stability of your home’s structure, reducing the risk of costly structural repairs.

Avoiding Mold and Mildew Growth

Moisture-laden basements create the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew. 

These fungi not only pose health risks but also cause unsightly and often irreparable damage to your basement’s interior. Basement waterproofing keeps your living space dry and mold-free, promoting a healthier environment for your family.

Our Process

Assessment & Inspection

Before any waterproofing work begins, a thorough assessment and inspection are essential.

Evergreen’s professionals are highly trained and knowledgeable, ensuring a comprehensive evaluation of your basement’s condition. We’ll work with you to identify water sources, evaluate structural integrity, and determine the best solutions for your specific needs.

Identifying Water Sources

Understanding the source of water infiltration is critical. Whether it’s surface water, groundwater, or hydrostatic pressure, Evergreen’s experts pinpoint the origin of the issue to develop an effective waterproofing plan.

Evaluating Structural Integrity

The structural integrity of your basement is a top priority. Evergreen’s team examines the condition of your walls, floors, and foundation to address any existing damage and prevent future issues.

Designing Waterproofing Solutions ( French Drains, Sump Pumps, Wall Coatings, and more)

Evergreen offers a range of waterproofing solutions tailored to your unique situation. This includes French drains, sump pumps, wall coatings, and more. Our professionals work closely with you to design a customized plan that fits your needs and budget.

Why Work With Evergreen?


There are a lot of reasons why we think you should work with Evergreen, so we asked our clients why they chose to work with us – and they had this to share:

  • Evergreen’s team consists of highly skilled professionals with extensive knowledge in basement waterproofing.
  • Evergreen is committed to transparency in pricing.
  • Evergreen values your time and respects your schedule.

We stay up-to-date on the latest industry advancements to provide the best solutions for your home. You’ll receive a clear and detailed quote before any work begins, ensuring there are no surprises along the way.


And – we will maintain open and honest communication throughout the waterproofing process; ensuring you are well informed from the start of your project through completion.


Q: What causes basement water issues?

A: Basement water issues can be caused by various factors, including poor drainage, groundwater infiltration, cracks in the foundation, and hydrostatic pressure. Identifying the specific cause is crucial for effective waterproofing.

Q: How do I know if my basement needs waterproofing?
A: Signs of a waterproofing issue include water seepage, damp or musty odors, cracks in the walls or floors, and the presence of mold or mildew. If you notice any of these signs, it’s advisable to seek a professional assessment.
Q: What is the difference between interior and exterior waterproofing?
A: Interior waterproofing focuses on managing water that has already entered your basement, typically using methods like sump pumps and French drains. Exterior waterproofing aims to prevent water from entering your basement by applying protective coatings and sealing foundation cracks.
Q: How long does the waterproofing process take?
A: The duration of the waterproofing process varies depending on the size and complexity of the project. However, most installations are completed within 2 to 5 days, ensuring minimal disruption to your daily life.
Q: Are there any maintenance requirements after waterproofing?
A: Maintenance requirements after waterproofing depend on the specific solutions installed. For example, if a battery backup system is included, periodic checks and servicing may be necessary. However, most sump pumps are sealed systems with minimal maintenance requirements, typically needing attention every few years, but it ultimately depends on individual circumstances.

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Don’t wait until water damage becomes a costly issue. Take proactive steps with the area’s best basement waterproofing service from Evergreen.

Protect your home’s foundation and enjoy a dry, secure basement for years to come.