625 N. Speakman Lane West Chester, PA 19380
With over 35 years of experience in the Waterproofing Industry in PA & NJ. Morgan Basement Waterproofing provides the expertise at getting and keeping your basement dry. With our affordable pricing and numerous 5 Star Ratings with Angie’s List, you can count on us providing professional top notch service. Whether it’s Exterior or Indoor Waterproofing Morgan has you covered! Call Today and Get A FREE Inspection & Estimate Call 610.696.0100
Structural Repair Contractors
Structural or Foundation Damage can lead to water seeping into your basement or crawl spaces. The gaps or cracks in your foundation allow water in. We are experts at Structural Repairs and we will quote you an affordable price to repair the damage. Don’t delay and have your home require even more work to repair the damage Call 610.696.0100 today for a Free Inspection.
Don’t let black toxic mold make your family sick! If you have experienced water seepage into your home it may be at risk of growing mold within the walls. If you have had any type of leak in your basement walls or from the gutters that may have made it way behind your exterior walls, it may be growing in places you cannot see it. Mold can grow for a long time before it’s found and provides indoor air pollution that can cause all kinds of respiratory issues. Call us today for a Free Inspection. 610.696.0100
Other Services We Provide
Bowing Wall Repair
For over 35 years Morgan has been providing top quality Bowing Wall Repairs. Our professional contractors will seek out your problem and then determine the best fix to solve it with the most affordable solution. If your basement walls have bowing, or are cracking from the pressure of the soil surrounding your home’s foundation. Call the experts at Morgan Basement Waterproofing and they will provide a Free Inspection when you call us at 610.696.0100
Cracked Foundation Repair
Horizontal or stairstep looking cracks in your foundation could mean that your home’s foundation has started to shift. Foundation cracks can also mean that your may have water seeping into your home but haven’t made an intrusion all the way through the walls yet. Concrete block foundations can be compromised due to this common settling problem because they are stack and held together by mortar. Over time the mortar can deteriorate from the moisture from groundwater and from the expanding and contracting mortar. Call us today if you suspect your home may have cracks that could threaten the stability of your foundation at 610.696.0100 for a FREE Inspection
How can you tell if your foundation has settled incorrectly?
– If you see cracks on your concrete foundation inside or outside.
– You find now that your windows or doors are hard to open or won’t open as easily
– Your chimney may be leaning, has cracks or missing bricks
– You see cracks have now formed around doors or windows
– Basement Walls or Windows have developed leaks
So what is a Basement Egress Window? Well, and Basement Egress Window is a simply a way for someone to escape from your basement if there was an emergency like a fire. It is usually a framed piece of glazed or translucent material that allows light into the dwelling. In most states now if you are going to create a bedroom in the basement you will need an egress window to meet the code standards. We here at Morgan can install an Egress Window in your home in normally a day or two at the most as long as the weather is good. Call us today at 610.696.0100 for a FREE Estimate.
French Drainage Systems
French Drains are a cost-effective way of keeping your basement dry. The methodology is to divert the water down to the drainage system that has “weep hole” piping that can then be channeled to mechanical pumps that will remove the water to the outside or you can just let the water drain into the ground if you don’t have a water table issue to deal with. While French Drainage Systems are an effective way of diverting the water from flooding your basement floors.
French Drainage Systems also known as Baseboard Drainage Systems have been around for 40-50 years and are considered on of the most effective as well cost-effective ways of keeping your home’s basement dry and clean. These methods are called Interior Waterproofing and the methods are widely used throughout the industry. The only issue with this as well as most interior waterproofing methods is they actually still allow the water to enter your home and then it’s diverted. Whenever possible you should consider using an Exterior Waterproofing method such as sealing your foundation perimeter from the outside so as to prevent any water from entering your home in the first place. Call Morgan for a FREE Inspection and Estimate at 610.696.0100 or in NJ. 732.777.7888
Exterior Basement Waterproofing is a much more labor intensive project and unfortunately so is the cost associated with it. Although you are paying much more up front for an exterior waterproofing project you will more than likely end your basement water intrusions for good! It requires digging out around your home with heavy equipment to expose the foundation so the walls can be waterproofed with a sealant that will make sure the water has nowhere to penetrate the foundation.
There are many materials that are used to to keep water from penetrating your home’s basement walls. Waterproofing Membranes which come in liquid form are applied to wht foundation and push back the water. They do degrade over time but combined with a properly installed exterior drainage system and adding a sealant to the wall before the membrane they will last for a very long time. But again it has to be said that exterior waterproofing of your home’s foundation is the best way to keep your basement clean and dry. Call Morgan for a FREE Inspection and Estimate at 610.696.0100 or in NJ. 732.777.7888
The majority of basement flooding problems are caused by hydrostatic pressure building up & coming into the floor/ wall cove joint. This can be rectified by installing a basement drainage system to remove the ground water away from the foundation.
Ask yourself these questions: Are the sump pumps in my home over 2 years old?
Have these been properly installed by a professional?
Sump pumps should run on the correct pump cycle for what it was designed for. If a pump was installed in an inadequatedly sized sump hole (pit), the pump will run on very short periods of time and then turn off, this often leads to it turning on and off in minutes and possible immediately after shutting off. This will lead to the pump failing far short of it’s expected lifetime.
Sump pump motors generally will last for years and years with the motor being capable of running for hours. The usual culprit in all of this is the pump switch which is prone to malfunction. This switch if it manages to stick…it will burn itself out. And if the switch does not work when the pump is supposed to turn on, this will lead to your basement floor flooding!
Morgan Basement Waterproofing
625 North Speakman Lane West Chester, PA 19380
New Jersey Offices:
2227 US Hwy 1 Suite #45 North Brunswick, NJ 08902
NJ License: #13VH08278700
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