Knowledgable 

Experienced installers that can show you all the different approaches to solving your moisture issues for life 

Quick turn around

Most projects start within 2 weeks and most are completed the same week they start

Products

High quality products that last a lifetime and warranties available  that match  

Pricing

Don't pay another company for their high overheads. Put that money towards better products and better installers 

Our Process

IT ALL STARTS BY SCHEDULING AN APPOINTMENT. 

           The first step in getting a dry basement is to either; call us at (513) 409-1978, Email to info@aqua-halt.com, or fill out the contact form below. We can assist in setting a time that works with your schedule. 

          Set aside 45 minutes to an hour for us to inspect your foundation and put together a quote for you. Don't worry this isn't a drawn out sales pitch you've heard from other waterproofing companies. We aren't salespeople. We'll leave you with a great honest price, without all the gimmicks and sales tactics. We're here to help, and to earn your business by having great products, honest open pricing, along with the absolute best installation process. 

         We will do a full foundation inspection inside and out to determine the cause of your water and put together a plan to resolve it. We tailor the solution for your specific problem. We realize that every issue is different and that the approach to fix it should vary as well. We will do something as small as a crack injection, up to fully excavating the exterior of your home. Whatever is necessary. Sometimes all you need is for your gutter downspouts to be extended. Let us use our expertise to determine the cause and solution to permanently correct your wet basement. 

WATERPROOFING SERVICES OFFERED:

Leak Inspection-

Interior Drainage System-

Exterior Excavation System-

Crack Injection-

Crawlspace Full Encapsulation-

Sump Pump Replacement-

Dehumidification- 

PARALLEL FOOTER

INTERIOR SYSTEM 

As the name suggests this system is installed parallel to the foundation wall footer. The process involves removing the concrete floor about 12'' from the wall to expose the foundation footer. There is a channel dug beside the footer which is filled with washed stone and our drain tile. If the wall is concrete block, we will drill weep holes in every cell of the wall including the mortar joints. We will install mirror drain, a raised dimpled plastic board, to direct the water held in the wall down to the drain tile. Plastic liner and concrete go back to bury the system back under your floor and out of sight.The water captured by this system drains into a sump pump pit that then pumps the water out of your home a safe distance. 

ABOVE FOOTER

INTERIOR SYSTEM 

This system is installed on top of the foundation wall footer and has a built in flange that sits against the wall. The process involves removing the concrete floor about 8'' from the wall to expose the foundation footer. There is a channel dug beside the footer which is filled with washed stone.If the wall is concrete block, we will drill weep holes in every cell of the wall including the mortar joints. Concrete will go back to bury the system back under your floor and out of sight. The water captured by this system drains into a sump pump pit that then pumps the water out of your home a safe distance 

INTERIOR NODIG SYSTEM 

This system is the economic option for homeowners. This is essentially an interior gutter. No concrete work is needed unless you are in need of a new sump pump pit. If you have a concrete block foundation we will drill out every cell and mortar joint of your block walls to drain the water out of the blocks.We then use an industrial epoxy to adhere the system to the floor creating an above ground interior channel to run the water to your pump system. 

EXTERIOR FULL EXCAVATION 

This system is reserved for the absolute worst water intrusions. This system is installed from the exterior of the home. The ground is dug out on all sides of the home and we reinforce the void to keep it from collapsing in. Next we will prep and clean the exterior walls. We will thickly brush on a heavy coat of fresh tar, as well as a vapor barrier and dimple board. At the bottom of the trench is gravel and drain pipe, then more gravel. We pile all the dirt back and spread some grass seed. Select this option with caution because its fairly intrusive 

CRACK INJECTION

If you have a crack in your poured concrete walls, we can do a simple repair. We will inject the crack under pressure from the inside to fill the depths of the crack and keep the water out. This is a repair because its not a permanent solution, We are not addressing the issue of the leak, there will still be water behind the wall and if the pressure is high enough it can find somewhere else to come in. But if the problem is small enough or if this is the only leak you have, this can absolutely help stop the leak. 

CRAWLSPACE ENCAPSULATION 

If you have a damp crawlspace, we can help with encapsulation. During your appointment we will determine what steps are necessary for your specific situation. Common steps include; Fully wrapping your crawlspace, floors and walls in a thick white sealed plastic sheeting to keep the humidity down. A buried drainage system may be necessary. You may also need a large footprint dehumidifier to dry out the air moisture. 

SUMP PUMP SYSTEMS 

If you have an existing sump pit we can; simply replace your failed pump, add a battery back up, or replace with a completely new pump station. Our pump stations are wider and deeper than most. They are perforated and punched to allow water in sooner and in higher volume. You will have the option of a single electric powered pump, or a dual pump. The dual pump has the same primary pump but comes with an added secondary battery back up pump. So if you have mechanical faliure with your primary pump the second one kicks in. If we have a power outage and your primary pump is off, the battery back up kicks in, or if we get an extra large storm and your primary pump can't keep up with the volume of water, the secondary pump will kick in and work in tandem to keep up. 

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