Basement Waterproofing, Crawl Space and Drainage Contractors

All Seasons Waterproofing and Drainage, Inc. provides basement waterproofingcrawl space drainagesump pumps and all the services listed below.

Chances are if you are visiting our site, you are in need of a responsible and trustworthy contractor. You’ll find that All Seasons Waterproofing and Drainage, Inc. is a great choice. We staff a full service certified and licensed basement and crawl space team and follow simple principals, including; respect for customers, integrity and responsible services. We show up on time for appointments, perform all of the work promised in our contract and stand behind our work with a written warranty. Homeowners have trusted us for almost 20 years.

Basement Problems
Top of foundation
Water seeping in over the
foundation will often leave a trail
of water stains down the
foundation wall. Solution
Grading problems
Poor yard grading and drainage can cause water to pool up next to your foundation walls. Solution
Pipe
foundation

The area where the pipe leaves the home through the wall could have a weak seal that lets water seep inside.

Solution

Leaking
mortar joint

Mortar joints become weak over time and start to let water drip into the home and down the walls to the floor.

Solution

Sump
pump
A sump pump can be used to control basement leaks and flooding. It pushes water out and away from the home. Solution
Mold
& mildew

Mold and mildew grow whenever moisture, excessive humidity, and organic materials are present inside of the basement environment.

Solution

Wet
floor cracks
Floor cracks will eventually let water seep into the home when the water table outside the foundation rises or falls. Solution
Floor
drain
A floor drain often becomes clogged with dirt and debris, and it is also not uncommon for tree roots to grow them and obstruct the flow of water. Solution
Cove
seepage

A rising and falling water table outside of the home can cause water to be pushed through the cove joint (where the wall meets the floor).

Solution

Porous
concrete
Concrete can become brittle and weak over time if it wasn't poured correctly, and this can make it very easy for water to get inside Solution
Efflorescence

This is typically a white, flaky, and chalky substance that can be seen on basement walls or floors. It is a sign that moisture is present.

Solution

Foundation
wall cracks
Wall cracks could be an indication of an underlying structural problem. They must be filled and sealed before water starts to seep through them. Solution
Leaky basement
window wells

When the window well drain is clogged, water will push up against the basement windows until it breaks through the frame's seal.

Solution

Basement Problems
Top of foundation
Water seeping in over the
foundation will often leave a trail
of water stains down the
foundation wall. Solution
Grading problems
Poor yard grading and drainage can cause water to pool up next to your foundation walls. Solution
Pipe foundation

The area where the pipe leaves the home through the wall could have a weak seal that lets water seep inside.

Solution

Leaking mortar joint

Mortar joints become weak over time and start to let water drip into the home and down the walls to the floor.

Solution

Sump pump
A sump pump can be used to control basement leaks and flooding. It pushes water out and away from the home. Solution
Mold & mildew

Mold and mildew grow whenever moisture, excessive humidity, and organic materials are present inside of the basement environment.

Solution

Wet floor cracks
Floor cracks will eventually let water seep into the home when the water table outside the foundation rises or falls. Solution
Floor drain
A floor drain often becomes clogged with dirt and debris, and it is also not uncommon for tree roots to grow them and obstruct the flow of water. Solution
Cove seepage

A rising and falling water table outside of the home can cause water to be pushed through the cove joint (where the wall meets the floor).

Solution

Porous concrete
Concrete can become brittle and weak over time if it wasn't poured correctly, and this can make it very easy for water to get inside Solution
Efflorescence

This is typically a white, flaky, and chalky substance that can be seen on basement walls or floors. It is a sign that moisture is present.

Solution

Foundation
wall cracks
Wall cracks could be an indication of an underlying structural problem. They must be filled and sealed before water starts to seep through them. Solution
Leaky basement
window wells

When the window well drain is clogged, water will push up against the basement windows until it breaks through the frame's seal.

Solution

Basement Problems
Top of foundation
Water seeping in over the
foundation will often leave a trail
of water stains down the
foundation wall. Solution
Grading problems
Poor yard grading and drainage can cause water to pool up next to your foundation walls. Solution
Pipe foundation

The area where the pipe leaves the home through the wall could have a weak seal that lets water seep inside.

Solution

Leaking mortar joint

Mortar joints become weak over time and start to let water drip into the home and down the walls to the floor.

Solution

Sump pump
A sump pump can be used to control basement leaks and flooding. It pushes water out and away from the home. Solution
Mold & mildew

Mold and mildew grow whenever moisture, excessive humidity, and organic materials are present inside of the basement environment.

Solution

Wet floor cracks
Floor cracks will eventually let water seep into the home when the water table outside the foundation rises or falls. Solution
Floor drain
A floor drain often becomes clogged with dirt and debris, and it is also not uncommon for tree roots to grow them and obstruct the flow of water. Solution
Cove seepage

A rising and falling water table outside of the home can cause water to be pushed through the cove joint (where the wall meets the floor).

Solution

Porous concrete
Concrete can become brittle and weak over time if it wasn't poured correctly, and this can make it very easy for water to get inside Solution
Efflorescence

This is typically a white, flaky, and chalky substance that can be seen on basement walls or floors. It is a sign that moisture is present.

Solution

Foundation wall cracks
Wall cracks could be an indication of an underlying structural problem. They must be filled and sealed before water starts to seep through them. Solution
Leaky basement window wells

When the window well drain is clogged, water will push up against the basement windows until it breaks through the frame's seal.

Solution

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The pressure relief drain installation crew was very nice, friendly, hardworking, professional, and knowledgeable! Mike was great! Kirk was our systems design specialist and he was very prompt and proposed a great plan to meet our needs.
Jim And Jackie C. – Federal WayWA 98023