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Government Camp - Exterior Water Build-up

Government Camp - Exterior Water Build-up

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This customer needed a trench drain in front of his garage, the before picture shows what it looked like after the concrete was chipped away, the picture doesn’t show that under reviled a broken French drain that was supposed to be working as their drainage system. The after photo shows the trench drain laid in place before concrete was poured around it. Even not all the way finished the space already looks better! Once they pour the concrete the crew will make sure it is smoothed out and even for a nice finished look!

Government Camp, OR Reclaiming a Basement

Government Camp, OR Reclaiming a Basement

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These homeowners were looking forward to turning their basement into a brighter and more welcoming space. Bright Wall Panels transformed these bare basement walls into bright, durable and maintenance-free finished walls.

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Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair in Government Camp, Oregon

Do you have water in the basement? Is your crawl space damp? This leads to mold, rot, musty odors, and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem.

We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Government Camp basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CleanSpace vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.

Why Choose Us?
  • Lifetime Warranty on all Perimeter Waterproofing Systems
  • 25-year Warranty on Crawl Space Encapsulation Systems
  • Sump Pump Installation, Repair & Replacement
  • Basement, Crawl Space & Spray Foam Insulation
  • Basement Egress Windows
  • Flood Vents & Drainage Systems
  • Crawl Space & Basement Dehumidifiers
  • Crawl Space Excavation
  • Hundreds of Satisfied Customers
 

Basement Remodeling in Government Camp, OR

Waterproofing your basement prevents outside water from coming in but what if a pipe bursts or the water heater leaks inside the home. A newly remodeled basement done by your average contractor will mold and rot if there is an internal leak. You'll have to tear out your new basement! We fix this issue.

Our Products Include:
  • Waterproof, washable, insulated walls           
  • Mold-Resistant, No-Sag suspended ceiling
  • Modular carpet, tile & faux wood flooring

  • Energy-efficient, double-paned basement windows
  • Attractive Sunhouse basement window wells
  • French, bifold, louvre & six-paneled steel doors
Unlike the average Government Camp contractor we use completely inorganic, waterproof materials. Even if the basement floods your walls and floors will not be damaged by the water. These waterproof products are patented and are built to create an attractive basement that lasts a lifetime.

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Earthquake & Seismic Retrofitting in Government Camp

In Government Camp, earthquake risk is a reality. That is why it is critical to have your home properly reinforced and prepared for any seismic event. At John's Waterproofing, we provide seismic retrofitting services on your home or business using metal connectors and other reinforcing methods and materials. The goal is to counteract racking, sliding, and overturning, the 3 major earthquake-induced forces that can damage or ruin your structure.

For a FREE no-obligation written estimate in Government Camp, OR, please click below and John's Waterproofing will contact you shortly.

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Job Stories From Government Camp, OR
Moisture in Basement when Snow Melts in Government Camp, OR

When the snow melted from the mountain, the water pressure on the home would increase, and the basement experienced water pooling on the hillside of the home. while the space was unfinished, it was still being used for laundry and storage space. To keep the home dry and healthy, the homeowners called in John's Waterproofing. 

Our crews went out and installed a WaterGaurd drainage system around the home's interior parameter, this collected water and pushed it along to a new TripleSafe sump pump, which then diverts all water safely away from the foundation of the home. The walls of the basement were then covered in ThermalDry panels to direct all water from the walls down into the drainage system, keeping this home dry and healthy. 

Gutter Downspout Pouring Water by Homes Foundation - Government Camp, OR

This home was experiencing some water pooling around their downspouts, this was drowning the flowerbeds and making a muddy mess whenever the snow and ice melted. The homeowners didn't want to just extend their downspouts, because they were worried about that getting in the way, so they called John's Waterproofing. 

Our installation crew decided to extend the downspouts down and buried a pipe system under the ground, out and away from the home to a LawnScape outlet. This allows the water to safely get diverted away, keeping the foundation of the home protected, and putting an end to water ruining their home's landscaping.  

Hillside Home has Pooling Water Along the Garage - Government Camp, OR

This home is built into the hillside, the driveway hosts access to the garage which sits above the basement area. Due to the high amounts of snow the home faces it ends up with a large amount of water when things begin the melt. Due to how the concrete in the driveway was poured this has led to water pooling near the garage doors and seeping down into the basement through the walls. The rest of the basement has had no water issues, only the side that is built fully in the hillside. 

To solve this issue we dug a trench and inserted a TrenchDrain in front of the garage which diverts the water to either side of the house where it connects to new pipes and runs the water out and away from the home. To protect the basement, we also added in t Watergaurd pipe along the interior of the basement along the hillside wall. This pipe leads any water that creeps through to a TripleSafe Sump pump that pops out and connects to  one of the discharge lines on the exterior of the home. The hillside wall was also then covered in ThermalDry wall  to waterproof it and help it maintain its temperature no matter what the exterior elements throw at it. 

The home is now ready for water, and the homeowners can rest assured their home will remain dry and healthy!

Snow can mean trouble!

Government camp home got a nasty winter, once the winter started to melt off the homeowner noticed water intrusion coming into the basement and garage that’s where we came in and helped the basement and garage drainage tie together to make this homeowners problem disappear, many people may not connect the dots on snow melt potentially becoming a water issue in their homes. That’s why during the winter it’s important to winterize your home an always be prepared for any ice or snow to become water and to know what that may end up affecting. This homeowner learned his lesson the hard way. It is always good to be proactive when it comes to protecting your home and family.

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