Certified Basement Systems Inc.
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Just because your basement is underground doesn't mean it has to be under water. Certified Basement Systems Inc. in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois, is proud to be your source for basement water control. Let our experts provide your home with the dry and safe basement environment it needs.
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WaterGuard Drain Tile

WaterGuard is 21st Century waterproofing. The WaterGuard system was designed to be an improvement over outdated below floor perforated drain tile systems still being used by many companies today. WaterGuard will stop water that enters your basement from the floor wall joint, wall seepage and cracks within the basement floor.

Polyurethane Injection

Many homeowners experience problems with water entering their basement from cracks in the poured concrete wall foundation. We can solve that problem by pumping a polyurethane injection resin into the wall crack from inside the basement, creating a full wall rubber seal within the wall crack.

DryTrak Baseboard System

DryTrak is a very useful and economic method of waterproofing. The DryTrak system will control water that enters your basement from the floor wall joint as well as wall seepage. This attaches to the perimeter of the basement at the floor/wall joint to redirect water to your sump pump.
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Sump Pumps and Battery Backup Emergency Systems

Certified Basement Systems offers homeowners a patented SuperSump system that drains water from your home that enters through our professionally installed de-watering system. Our sump systems use only commercial grade pumps along with buried exterior discharge lines that protect your pipes from freezing. We also offer emergency power outage backup pump systems.

Wall Crack Drain System

Our wall crack drain system utilizes the existing interior footing drain tile system that is installed in your home at the time of construction. Rather than inject a resin into the wall crack, our installers use a drain system that directs the water from the wall crack to the existing drain tile below the floor. The wall drain system can be installed in conjunction with any of our other de-watering methods as well. This provides maximum protection for finished basements that have insulation and drywall which is susceptible to water damage.

H2No, Not in My Basement

Rid your basement of water with the help of our aqua-redirecting experts and a sump pump installation. Doing so will keep your lower level usable and protect your home or business from damages.