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100+ Years of Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Experience

StayDry® is proud to provide service to residential and commercial customers in Cadillac Michigan and all cities in the greater area with the following services: Basement Waterproofing, Foundation Repair, Crawl Space Encapsulation, Mold Solutions, and all other Waterproofing Services!

At StayDry® Basement Waterproofing, we offer free estimates for Cadillac residents to solve damp or wet basements, nasty crawl spaces, mold issues, and also cracked or bowed foundation walls. StayDry® has an excellent reputation in Cadillac and all over Michigan. Ask to see our referral list of happy customers who have had our interior or exterior basement waterproofing, crack injections among other waterproofing solutions completed in their homes.

Honesty and integrity is important to us at StayDry® Basement Waterproofing. Our commitment to reliability and quality of work shows from the initial contact with our office to the basement waterproofing specialist who performs the inspection and estimate to the work crews who get the job done. Basement waterproofing is what gave StayDry our name and we do it better and more effectively than any other. Our prices are very competitive and fair, just ask our thousands of satisfied customers. After your free estimate we will leave you with a referral list filled with hundreds of happy customers. We encourage you to call and speak with them, the greatest compliment we can receive is when our customers recommend our work.

Wet basements or just occasionally leaky basements become a thing of the past after you call StayDry’s® Cadillac Basement Waterproofing division today. We have over 125 years of combined experience keeping Cadillac basements dry. Your wet basement will become a clean, dry, and enjoyable area of your home.

Basement Waterproofing Work Requests in Cadillac

  • “My family recently purchased a new home that has considerable water coming into the sump pit (I think the home has a spring nearby). There is also quite a bit of this orange/red slime collecting in the sump pit. I think it is iron ochre from my research. I’ve read this can completely plug up drain tile unless proper maintenance is done regularly; one option being adding cleanout s to the drain tile outside the home. Am interested in getting some expert opinions and solutions.”
  • We recently bought a house with a block basement. We are now finding that water leaks in along one wall where the wall meets the cement floor. We would like to see what our options are to fix this, if any, and how much they would cost.
  • “I have a problem in one of my properties. The tenant says the wall in basement is leaking when it rains and the wall is starting to buckle and warp from the moisture. Would you be able to go over and let me know how much it would cost to fix it?”
  • Historic home needs basement waterproofing.