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WaterGuard Interior System
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TrenchDrain Drain Grate
IceGuard Discharge Line
FlexiSpan Wall Crack Repair
Polyurethane Crack Sealing
WellDuct Window Drainage
BrightWall Waterproof Panels
ThermalDry Wall Barrier
Basement to Beautiful Pre-Finishing Wall Insulation Panels
Drain Tile Installation
SuperSump Pump System
TripleSafe Pumping System
UltraSump Battery Back Up
SaniDry Dehumidifier

Crawl Space Repair Services & Products
CleanSpace Encapsulation Vapour Barriers and Liners
Turtl Access Hatch
EverLast Crawl Space Doors
SaniDry CSB Dehumidifier
SmartDrain Water Drainage
SilverGlo Wall Insulation
TerraBlock Floor Insulation
SmartSump Sump Pump
WallCap Block Wall Sealer
SmartVent Flood Vents

Foundation Repair Services & Products
Push Pier Underpinning for Settlement, Foundation Leveling, Sinking Foundation Repair
Structural Repair
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors
Geo-Lock Helical Anchors
PowerBrace Bowed Wall Repair
CarbonArmor Fiber Wall Repair
SmartJack Crawl Space Support
Slab Pier Repair
PolyLevel Concrete Lifting & Leveling
ShotCrete Wall Restoration

Before and After Pictures from Toronto
Branksome Hall School Walkway Leveling, Toronto, ON

Branksome Hall School Walkway Leveling, Toronto, ON

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Branksome Hall School Walkway Leveling, Toronto, ON Branksome Hall School Walkway Leveling, Toronto, ON

A school in Toronto, Ontario had uneven pavement in multiple spots on the walkway of the school. There were some slabs that were trip hazards and there were some slabs slanted towards a hill.  There were students slipping during the winter months off the path and down the hill. This was becoming a serious hazard. The owner of the school needed Canadian Concrete Leveling to come fix these hazards before the school year started up again. 

Our team came in and drilled dime sized holes in the affected areas. They then pumped PolyLevel injection foam into the holes to fill the void under the concrete to even out the slabs and stabilize them. To be able to lean the slab away from the hill they used a jack to hold it up on one side and then continued to use the PolyLevel Foam. The Canadian Concrete Leveling team did this job before school started so that the owner did not have to worry about trip hazards and unsafe walkways for the students. 

Large Step Caused Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON

Large Step Caused Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON

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Large Step Caused Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON Large Step Caused Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario, had a walkway in the front of the house that had sunken. This was causing a trip hazard because the last step was too high. The homeowner found it difficult to step down to the sidewalk from the last step.

The homeowner had mobility issues and was fearful of tripping and falling. They called Clarke Basement System and Ron Monk explained everything that would be done. Bill Mckeown and the Canadian Concrete Leveling Team came in and injected PolyLevel foam beneath the concrete slab to lift and stabilize it. This allowed the sidewalk to be lifted to a level that made stepping from the stairs safer for the homeowner.


CrawlSpace Encapsulation in Toronto, ON

CrawlSpace Encapsulation in Toronto, ON

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CrawlSpace Encapsulation in Toronto, ON CrawlSpace Encapsulation in Toronto, ON

This crawlspace in Toronto was dirty, musty and unusable until Clarke Basement’s professional installation team transformed it into a clean and healthy space. 

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Elizabeth from Toronto called on Clarke Basement Systems for help with her wet basement.
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Experienced basement waterproofing and foundation repair contractor serving Toronto, ON

Basement flooding is a major problem in Toronto, ON. Since the city’s sewer system isn’t designed to handle heavy rainfall over a short amount of time, surface flooding and basement flooding are all too common. In preparation for the area’s frequently severe weather, it’s important that Toronto homeowners take action to reduce the risk of basement flooding in their homes. If you have cracks in your foundation or basement walls, a faulty drainage system, or leaky basement windows, it’s likely that your basement will suffer from water damage.

That’s where we come in! Clarke Basement Systems is a locally owned and operated basement waterproofing company that has been serving the Toronto, ON area for over a decade with high-quality products and trusted service. We specialize in waterproofing basements and crawl spaces, repairing foundations, and lifting sinking concrete in Toronto, ON. Our warrantied solutions are proven to last for the long-term, and we have access to the best basement waterproofing and foundation repair products in the industry.

If you need basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation, foundation repair, or concrete leveling, contact us today to let our experts evaluate your home and provide a free estimate for the work you need! We proudly serve Toronto, ON, and areas nearby.

Basement waterproofing and crawl space encapsulation in Toronto

If you have water in your basement, you're probably wondering how it got there and what you can do to prevent future leaks before they happen. Basement flooding occurs most frequently when there is heavy rainfall or melting snow, but there are also many everyday reasons why your basement might flood. Some common causes of basement flooding include:

  • Crack or leak in your home's foundation or basement walls
  • Basement floor crack
  • Leaky basement windows or doors
  • Poor lot grading and/or drainage
  • Failure of foundation drains
  • Sump pump failure
  • Clogged eaves troughs or downspouts
  • Sewer backup

Whether your basement floods every time it rains or you have a small basement leak, a wet basement can mean expensive damage and mould problems. If you have a basement water problem, no matter how big or small, Clarke Basement Systems can prevent flooding and leaks with our proven basement waterproofing system. From our patented WaterGuard drainage system and powerful sump pumps to our energy-efficient dehumidifiers, we offer the high-quality products and professional installation you need to keep your basement dry all the time!

Crawl space encapsulation job in Toronto

A crawl space in Toronto sealed with our CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system.

We are also experienced in dealing with water damage and mould problems in crawl spaces. Our CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system seals your crawl space to keep out moisture and pests and prevent mould and rotting, making your entire home healthier and more comfortable while reducing energy costs. We also offer sump pumps and dehumidifiers specifically designed for crawl spaces that will keep the area moisture-controlled and watertight.

If you already have a mould problem in your crawl space, it’s important to act fast to keep the mould spores from spreading throughout your entire home. Mould can be a persistent problem that’s difficult to permanently remove, and can cause health issues such as increased allergy and asthma symptoms. Clarke Basement Systems provides wood damage repair, dry rot damage repair, mould prevention, and more to keep you and your family safe and comfortable with better indoor air quality.

Toronto expert basement and foundation repair services

Foundation problems are common in Toronto because of the frequent occurrence of basement flooding, which can cause foundations to crack. Even if you’ve never had water in your basement, you can still have foundation issues due to poor compaction, plumbing leaks, or expansive soils which tend to shift when there are changes in soil moisture. When the soil beneath your foundation expands or contracts, foundation settlement and sinking can occur as the soil layers become less stable.

Bowed wall in Toronto basement

Bowing, cracked basement walls are a common sign of a foundation problem.

Your foundation plays an invaluable role in holding up and supporting the rest of your home, so it’s essential to call in a professional foundation repair contractor as soon as you notice any signs of damage to ensure that the structural integrity of your home remains intact. Some common signs of foundation damage to look out for include:

  • Floor and wall cracks
  • Bowing basement walls
  • Windows and doors that stick
  • Cracks over doorways or around windows in the upper levels of the home

If you think you might have a foundation problem, we have the solutions and experience to effectively repair and stabilize your home. Our patented foundation pier systems can solve many foundation problems such as bowing walls, sagging crawl space, and foundation heave. We value the safety and satisfaction of our customers above all else, and our qualified foundation contractors will design a custom solution to solve your home’s specific needs!

Toronto PolyLevel concrete leveling for your sunken or damaged concrete

If you have a cracked or sinking concrete driveway, sidewalk, or patio, uneven concrete steps, or an interior concrete slab that’s sinking, PolyLevel concrete lifting from Clarke Basement Systems might be the right solution for your home. This state-of-the-art process uses an expanding foam which is injected under the damaged concrete to lift and stabilize the slab. PolyLevel is a faster, stronger, more affordable, and less invasive alternative to traditional mudjacking and concrete replacement.

Cracked, sinking sidewalk in Toronto

Do you have a walkway outside your home that looks like this? We can raise it with PolyLevel!

PolyLevel can restore your damaged and sunken concrete with permanent stability. We provide concrete leveling for pool decks, sidewalks, patios, driveways, concrete stairs, concrete slab floors, and more. With flat, level concrete surfaces, you can enjoy your home without concern about the safety liability of tripping on your property. Concrete leveling can also do wonders for restoring your home’s curb appeal and value, especially if you are preparing your home for sale. Why put up with the eyesore of cracked, damaged concrete when you can have a beautiful, even surface?

If you need basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, foundation repair, or concrete leveling services for your Toronto home, call the local experts at Clarke Basement Systems today. We offer free, no-obligation consultations and cost estimates in Toronto, ON, and throughout surrounding areas!

Case Studies From Toronto
New homes in Toronto are having the weeping tile system connected to sump pumps rather than the city storm sewers. The builder of the home wanted to...
The homeowner had a single sump pump that was originally installed when the home was built. He was concerned about pump failure and power loss to the...
Homeowner wanted to do a renovation that included a second storey on a single storey home. Engineered drawings where showing that in order to add the...
Press Releases From Toronto
Clarke Basement Systems is the winner of the HomeStars Best of 2013 award for foundations.... [Read more]
At this year's Team Basement Systems Convention, Clarke Basement Systems earned four awards for their waterproofing and foundation repair work throughout Toronto, Ontario.... [Read more]
Toronto, ON - Clarke Basement Systems has earned the “Best of 2012 in Toronto” award in the waterproofing category given by HomeStars. Home Stars offers a free service for homeowners to inquire about reputable companies and to write their own reviews about their experiences.... [Read more]
Job Stories From Toronto, ON
Saving the Future of a Foundation with PolyLevel, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had a problem located at the side of the home along the concrete walkway. The concrete walkway was sinking in various places along the home with the vast majority of the slabs sinking towards the foundation. The soils around foundations are usually very loose, as they are not properly compacted after the home is built. The weight of concrete tends to further compress these soils, leading to sinking and cracked walkways. The sinking concrete was causing trip hazards along the walkway and water was also pooling around the foundation. If water continued to flow towards the foundation, it could lead to future basement and foundation problems. The trip hazards also posed a serious safety risk.

The customer called Canadian Concrete Leveleing and John DiNicolantonio explained everything that would be done to help fix the problem. Kyle McKeown and the team came in and used the PolyLevel Foam System and NexusPro Joint Sealant. Our PolyLevel Foam System is injected beneath the concrete to lift and level the slabs. Our expanding foam is compress the substrate and lift the concrete to ensure the area is protected from further settlement. The NexusPro Joint Sealant is then used to seal the gaps between the slabs and the foundation to prevent water from damaging the foundation. We drilled small dime sized holes through the concrete and injected our PolyLevel Foam underneath the slabs. The foam followed the path of least resistance underneath the concrete to fill all of the voids and then expanded. We were able to use the expansion of the foam to lift the walkway to protect from further settlement. The customer was always wary of a basement leak because of the water pooling along the house and was extremely happy that we were able to achieve a positive slope away from the home and remove the trip hazards in the walkway. 

Large Step Caused Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario, had a concrete slab in the front of the house that had sunken. This was causing a trip hazard to the homeowner because the last step was too high and they had mobility issues. There was a fear from the family that someone would tripp and fall. 

The customer called Clarke Basement System and Ron Monk explained what would be done. Bill Mckeown and the Canadian Concrete Leveling  Team came in and injected PolyLevel foam beneath the concrete slab to lift and stabilize it. The walkway is now lifted to the original pour line allowing for the step to be smaller. The customer was satisfied because it made the walkway safer and eliminated trip hazards.

Custom Window Well and a Fire Escape, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had an issue with the basement window.  The homeowner requested an egress window to be installed in the basement because the basement didn’t have a second exit in the event of and emergency. Without a second exit people may be trapped in the basement in the event of a fire.

The customer called Clarke Basement System and spoke to Ron Monk, who explained everything that would be done. Don Clarke and the team came in and installed a Custom Window Well. The galvanized well was replaced with a custom built window well, using treated lumber with a steel grate as a cover. The original window was replaced with a larger window to meet egress code requirements. The customer was satisfied because it made the basement safer as it allowed for a second exit from the home in the event the primary exit was blocked for any reason. As a bonus, it also created more light into the basement. 

Failure of Proper External Waterproofing Fixed Internally, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had a basement that was very damp and leaked in several locations when it rained. The basement was approximately 700 sq. feet and they would see water coming up through the ceramic tile joints.  The issue was hydrostatic water pressure from below the house, as well as moisture penetration through the foundation walls, due to failure of proper external waterproofing system when the home was built. The basement was a finished and they wanted to have a finished basement space with no water leaking in causing mold and damage.

After having their personal items and the finished walls and flooring damaged they decided to call Clarke Basement Systems. Jose Martinez and the team installed a WaterGuard internal sub floor system was to capture ground water.  A ThermalDry Wall membrane was used to direct moisture from foundation walls to the WaterGuard.  A SuperSump sump pump with UltraSump Battery Back-up in case of power failure was installed to collect water and discharge it outside through our IceGuard. This system ensures that any ground water penetrating basement is captured and pumped away from foundation. These products were used around the full perimeter of basement to ensure no more leaks. Now the home owners can finish and use the basement.

Foundation Settling Causing Damage to Whole Home, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had a settling problem located in the basement along the back wall and corner of the home. If the foundation continued to settle it would cause damage to the upper floors of the home and could become structurally unstable.The homeowner noticed a step cracking in the block foundation wall which was the result of the foundation settling. The foundation could become unstable which would damage the upper floor finishing and also could adversely affect the value of the home should they decided to sell.

The customer needed Foundation Supportworks to come in and fix the problem. Shane O’Rourke and his team came in and used Push Pier Vertical Assembly. The push piers are used to stabilize the foundation. The Foundation SupportWorks push pier assembly is installed with a heavy bracket connected at the bottom of the foundation. The pier is pushed into the ground until the equipment measure that it has hit solid bedrock. At that time the homes weight is transferred to the pier and off the failing soils. The customer was satisfied because the home was stabilized and further damage to the home was prevented.


Full Waterproofing System for a Home in Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario, had groundwater seepage located in the lower portion of a side split basement. The water was coming through cracks in the foundation wall. The basement was finished and there was damage to the walls and flooring. The concern was also there may be mold. It was affecting the homeowner because they lost living space and with a small child they were concerned about the health effects.

The customer called Clarke Basement Systems and spoke to Ron Monk who explained exactly what would need to be done to waterproof the home. Jose Martinez and the team came in and installed a Waterguard, Waterguard port, Wellduct, Buried Discharge, Iceguard, Triplesafe with an Ultrasump and ThermalDry Wall Membrane. The Waterguard was installed around the full perimeter of the exterior walls to capture water and ensure the whole basement stays dry. Water is directed to the Triplesafe Sump System to ensure it is ejected from the home and the basement stays dry all the time. Waterguard ports allow for inspection and service of the system if necessary. The Thermaldry Walls create a vapor barrier to protect the finished walls installed in front of it and help to reduce relative humidity, The Iceguard fittings are installed to ensure that the basement doesn’t flood if the discharge line becomes blocked or frozen. This waterproofing system provides the customer with a dry basement allowing for the refinishing of the basement. They are able to reclaim the living space and have a healthy dry basement for their child. A dry healthy basement translates into a healthy home.


Branksome Hall School Walkway Leveling, Toronto, ON

Branksome Hall, a school in Toronto, Ontario had uneven pavement on the walkway of the school. There were some slabs that were uneven and not leveled with each other. There were also some slabs slanted towards a hill and that was causing students to slip off the pathway and down the hill during the winter. This was becoming a serious safety issue. The owner of the school called Canadian Concrete Leveling to come fix these hazards before the school year started up again. 

Our Canadian Concrete Leveling team came in and drilled dime sized holes in the affected areas. They then pumped PolyLevel injection foam into the holes to fill the space under the concrete to lift and stabilize the slabs. They then needed to make sure the slab was slanted away from the hill, they used a jack to hold up the slab on one side so they could continue to use the PolyLevel Foam to fill the void. The Canadian Concrete Leveling team completed the job before school started so that the owner did not have to worry about trip hazards and unsafe walkways for the students. 

Cracked Concrete Created a Trip Hazard, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had a sinking slab on the front walkway. The walkway had cracked across the middle and one half of the slab was sinking towards the crack creating a trip hazard and causing water to pool on the walkway after heavy rain. During the winter the pooling water in this area would freeze and cause a slip hazard as well. The customer wanted this to be fixed so that there would be no more safety hazard. 

The customer called Canadian Concrete Leveling to fix the problem. John DiNicolantonio explained to the customer that it would be a quick fix and comes with complete warranty. Billy McKeown and the team used PolyLevel Foam System to level the walkway, eliminating the trip hazard. The foam travels through the voids underneath the concrete and expands, allowing for us to lift the slab and stabilize the substrate to prevent further settlement. They covered the crack with NexusPro Joint Sealant to prevent water from making its way between the slabs again. The customer is left with a safe and usable walkway. They were very pleased that they could have the walkway fixed at a fraction of the cost of concrete replacement.

Waterproofing a Future Business Space, Toronto, ON

A home in Toronto, Ontario had water problems in the entire basement of the house. The home was a 100 year old home with a stone foundation. They had groundwater seepage along the walls and hydrostatic pressure forcing water through areas of the thin and unlevelled, broken floor. The homeowner had to have mold remediation. Future plans were to finish the basement so they wanted it waterproofed to ensure that it stayed dry and mold didn’t reoccur. The customers home office was in that room. He relied heavily on that room for his business, but due to the water he couldn’t have his equipment in there.

They called Clarke Basement Systems to fix they water problems so they could get their business work space up and running. Our sales rep; Ron Monk explained to the customer that they would need floor removal and replacement, Waterguard, Triplesafe, Cleanspace walls, Iceguard. Dave Jackson, Jose Martinez and the team were prepared to take on this messy job and turn it into a clean, dry work space. The floor replaced provided a sub-floor drainage bed and an adequate 3 inch level floor slab. Waterguard was installed around the full perimeter of the foundation to collect water and take it to a sump pump ensuring the whole basement stays dry. Cleanspace was put on the walls to reduce relative humidity, ensure wall leaks are drained to the Waterguard and protects the finished walls installed on top of it. The Triplesafe sump system ensures the basement stays dry all the time with the Iceguard protecting the home in the event of frozen or blocked discharge lines.

The client was satisfied because the basement is now dry and ready for finishing. They can now renovate that space and use it for their business without worrying about leakage or flooding!

Wet Toronto, ON Basement Fixed With WaterGuard and TripleSafe

The City of Toronto, ON was having issues with one of their water waste plants, which was suffering from water intrusion into the basement after heavy rainfall. The building was 50 years old and was in need of repair, so they reached out to Clarke Basement Systems to remediate their problem.


Claude Mathieu went to the water waste plant to assess the situation, and found that they were in need of effective drainage. He suggested the DryTrak interior waterproofing system, combined with the Flangeless WaterGuard perimeter drainage system. He also advocated the use of the TripleSafe Sump Pump for added protection against future flooding. Primary Foreman Rob Trevisan brought a team of specialists to perform installation, and they have saved the water waste plant from future water issues.

CleanSpace and SaniDry Repairs Toronto, ON Crawl SpaceWhen Tony L. discovered his Toronto, ON crawl space was in disrepair, he knew ignoring the problem would only make it worse. Tony contacted Clarke Basement Systems, and their representative Claude Math

When Tony L. discovered his Toronto, ON crawl space was in disrepair, he knew ignoring the problem would only make it worse. Tony contacted Clarke Basement Systems, and their representative Claude Mathieu went out to diagnose the situation.


After examining the property, Claude was able to recommend several crawl space repair products, including the CleanSpace liner and a SaniDry high efficiency dehumidifier. Primary Foreman Jose Martinez and his team arrived on the scene to perform the installation and completed the project quickly and efficiently. Tony was grateful to Clarke Basement Systems for their hard work and courteous service, and he was very pleased with the outcome.

Work Requests From Toronto, ON
Woburn Ave in Toronto
Our garage floor has sunk in the two front corners and when the garage door closes there are gaps on either side.
Gordon Street in Toronto
From the house inspection report: Northwest section of basement remains unexcavated and has been subject to significant erosion due to foundation leakage. Contractor/neighbour has recently parged and backfilled exterior of area which has minimized leakage from above grade. Foundation at this area is of minimal depth and is still leaking from below grade. This leakage and inadequate retaining wall at interior (plank and plywood) will cause further settlement of north structure. Continued leakage will cause sand to enter and clog main drains. If not lowering and underpinning entire basement, n/w section should be exposed and underpinned, or at a minimum a retaining wall should be installed to support soil and hidden area of foundation. Implication(s): Chance of structural movement Location: Northwest Crawl Space
Eastbourne Crescent, This Is A House in Toronto
I've been trying to find a special outlet pipe for my sump pump. I have a photo but don't think I can attach it on this email. The outlet pipe spreads apart so if the soil is frozen, the pump can still discharge above ground. Do you have anything like that? Or tell me where to find it? (I've tried to source it from all the plumbing supply contractors in Etobicoke. Thanks, Roger
Batavia Ave in Toronto
I have an addition on my home in which the crawl space needs to be insulated as the floor above is cold. I'm looking for a quote for installation of vapor barrier, rigid foam boards and spray foam.
Franklin Ave in Toronto
Hi. Just inquiring about the sump pump backup units you have available. Currently having a house being built as of now. And interested in having protection for the sump pump in case of an emergency. Just wondering what options and packages you have available. Best to respond back by email. Regards.
Davisville Avenue in Toronto
Foul odor coming from space underneath extension.
Garden Ave in Toronto
I have a crawl space that needs to be cleaned out and I think spray foamed. There is dirt, old plastic etc and some rodents. There is a smell sometimes in our house, and I think this might be the problem. Also, our heating vent is uninsulated and runs through the unheated space, which results in heat loss.
Deloraine Avenue in Toronto
I would like to purchase and install either: 1. an ultrasump battery backup system; or, 2. replace current sump with submersible sump system with built in battery back-up Leaning toward number 2 as current system is now 1.5 years old with heavy workload - as long as cost is not extraordinary
Seaton Street in Toronto
Hi. My front concrete walkway has sunk about 4 inches, and broken away from the stairs. I can send a picture if it helps. I'm thinking about getting this fixed in the spring. Can you give me an idea on the cost? I have no idea if we are talking ~$500 or north of $2K.
Hines Dr. in Toronto
I am seeing wall cracks in the exterior and interior and would like to know if these are: 1) signs of normal settling, 2) something that should be monitored or 3) something that need immediate attention. This is nothing to do with a real estate inspection and we own the property.
Larstone Avenue in Toronto
Moisture in the cold room and side extension
Kenworthy Avenue in Toronto
Divadale Drive in Toronto
I have a sump pump installed in my basement that works great however, I wanted to get an estimate on what it would cost to have a battery back up installed in the event that we ever lost power for an extended period of time. If you could respond to me by email, that would be ideal.
Copeland Avenue in Toronto
My basement has flooded twice since December 2013. Without a humidifier running 24/7, there is a musty odor. I have found mould in some locations due, in part, to the broadloom that I want removed and the floor refinished. I am seeking a solution, and your service was recommended by a past customer.
Badgerow Avenue in Toronto
I have a small area of wall in my basement where I've noticed it's wet and the plaster is crumbling - I'd like to get an idea of the cause and how it could be fixed, and a quote for that work. Thanks.
Delaware Ave North in Toronto
Hello, I have structural engineer drawings for underpinning our basement, and would like to get a quote. Please confirm next steps. Thank you, Joel.
Poplar Heights in Toronto
Hi - I'm in the market for a basement dehumidifier and was just wondering if you carried the SaniDry XP Basement dehumidifier and how much a unit would be inc. installation. Thanks
Seaton Street in Toronto
Damp basement wall
Palmerston Ave in Toronto
Need an estimate for basement waterproofing and crawl space clean up.
Lonsmount Drive, Toronto, ON, Canada in Toronto
Sump back up and odor in the basement.
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