We are proud to serve ALL of Michigan, as well as northern Indiana and northern Ohio. To learn more, click on one of these primary cities we serve in Michigan.
At StayDry® we are proud to have helped homeowners in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti areas fix their basement water issues.
Cereal City, otherwise known as Battle Creek, Michigan, has a history of flooding. This is not uncommon in Michigan.
The residents of Bay City are familiar with lake effect weather — the city receives 32 inches of rain and 41 inches of snow per year, on average!
Michigan cities like Canton receive a high amount of precipitation each year, putting homes at risk of flooding, water damage, and mold.
The Great Lakes and Lake St. Clair have a major impact on the climate in Detroit. The lake effect causes summers to be abnormally humid with substantial rainfall.
Much like the rest of the state, Grand Rapids has a humid continental climate. This makes summers hot and rainy while winters are cold and filled with snow.
Water damage can be a concern even in the middle of Michigan. Although Jackson is farther from the Great Lakes than some other Michigan cities, it still experiences a wet climate.
With Lake Michigan less than an hour away, Kalamazoo feels the lake effect all year-round. Summers are hot and wet, while winters are cold and snowy.
Lansing, Michigan, suffers from the lake effect brought on by the Great Lakes. This makes summers hot, humid, and, at times, rainy.
Located less than 30 miles from Lake Huron, the Michigan city of Midland is subject to lake effect weather and receives a high amount of precipitation each year.
Located in Kalamazoo County less than sixty miles from Lake Michigan, Portage experiences lake effect weather that makes it prone to flooding.
Between cold, snowy winters and hot, humid summers, Rochester Hills homes become quite susceptible to water damage.
Homes in Saginaw, MI, are at risk for basement flooding, and it’s up to residents to take the proper preventative measures.
Situated between two large lakes, Sterling Heights experiences plenty of rain and snowfall every year.
Summers in Troy are warm and humid with a fair amount of rainfall. In fact, the city receives around 32 inches of precipitation every year.
Summers in Troy can be incredibly wet and are often humid, which can also allow water to seep in through foundation cracks.
The StayDry® team has 100+ years of experience with basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, wall repair, and mold control. Give us a call or fill out the form here and we’ll call you back.