Foundation & Basement Waterproofing in Florida
Foundation Waterproofing is a term Jeff Earl completely understands as he has been completing Waterproofing projects and foundation repairs (Foundation Masters) for over 22 years in the Cincinnati Ohio, Northern Kentucky, Southeastern Indiana, Tampa, Naples, and Orlando Florida. Foundation Waterproofing 101 waterproofs projects from new home foundations to new commercial construction such as hospitals, hotels, schools, retail buildings. However, most of our waterproofing projects are residential homes that develop a leak around there foundation or water seeps up from the floor. If you have a water problem please feel free to call our office with any questions or to schedule your free inspection.
Foundation Waterproofing Company
Foundation Waterproofing 101 has repaired thousands of slab leaks, floor leaks, basement leaks and foundation leaks. You can trust Jeff Earl with Foundation Waterproofing 101 to provide the right fix the first time for your waterproofing project that will also be covered by the best lifetime transferable warranty in the industry. Foundation Waterproofing 101 LLC, will provide a Lifetime Transferable Warranty for every project we complete. For more info on our warranties please click on the link. (warranty link). Its very important to choose a company that has years of experience and will provide only the best warranties for resale value. When you sell your home you will have to disclose these water problems by law.
Waterproofing Contractors Tampa, Orlando & Miami
Jeff Earl is the MOST experienced Foundation Contractor in all of Florida!!!! In the State of Florida there are no waterproofing codes. If a below grade structure (new construction) is turned in for permitting than most building officials will refer to IBC (International Building Codes). Florida has elevation codes that site first floor elevation has to be a minimum 12″ above the finished exterior yard elevation. The reason for the building codes is simple. Florida has a high water table that nearly affects 80% of the state.
Common Areas Water Can Enter Your Basement.
- Hydrostatic Pressure, Water Table or Ground Water Spring.
- Early stages of Hydrostatic Pressure or Water Table developing.
- Poor Construction no interior footer lines (per building codes).
- Poor Construction no exterior footer drain lines (per building code).
- Early stages of bowing or leaning wall with poor drainage.
- Window well not properly installed.