At StayDry® Waterproofing, we understand that crawl space repair and other types of basement waterproofing can be a considerable investment. To help you feel more comfortable with the whole process, we’ve put together the following cost estimates, so you can make the necessary arrangements. And don’t forget that we’re also eager to work with homeowners on developing a financing plan that works for everyone.

When considering basement waterproofing or foundation repair cost, we take into account several factors, building requirements, and other specifications. If an interior drain tile system is needed, that can range from $2,000 to $10,000. An exterior drain tile system ranges from $4,000 to $20,000.

Foundation repair can be harder to quantify, and in the most severe cases, consulting with an independent engineer is the best way to get an objective view of what has to be accomplished. These engineer reports range from $500 to $2,000, depending on the firm you hire. As a homeowner, you then have in your hands the process that will work to secure the foundation.

Crack injection services address problems with cracks and pipe intrusion, and prices are determined by length and complexity of the area treated. The cost for high pressure polyurethane injection is between $300 to $800 per site.

Crawlspaces are more complex: we must investigate how they are connected to the home and determine whether water is an issue. Crawlspaces can be encapsulated, waterproofed, or insulated, depending on what the home and its owner need. For each of these services, the price ranges from $3,000 to $20,000, depending on the size of the crawl space.

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