Wet Basement Repairs

Basement Waterproofing and Crawl Space Repair in Reston, VA

Summit Waterproofing Solutions is your trusted, local basement health expert in the Fairfax, Alexandria & Arlington, VA areas. Our complete basement waterproofing system includes all the solutions you need for a dry, comfortable, odor-free basement; no matter what’s causing your issues. We offer sump pump repair and install, basement drainage systems, dehumidifiers, encapsulation, crack repairs, vapor barriers, and more.

Our team at Summit Waterproofing Solutions  has the knowledge and experience to transform your wet musty basement or crawl space into a dry and healthy usable space.

Contact us for Crawl Space Repair and Basement Waterproofing in Reston, VA

Our range of basement and crawl space services in Reston include:

If your basement has ever leaked or flooded, then you should consider a quality basement waterproofing system. Without basement waterproofing, water problems never get better, they only get worse. Even if water leaks are uncommon, your home's air quality can be impacted and your ability to finish your basement is restricted. Contact us at 703-832-4949 for help with your basement and crawl space repairs in Reston, VA or surrounding areas.

Customer Reviews from Reston
SP from Reston, VA
5 Stars
May 9th, 2021
These guys did great work. I spoke to four different highly rated crawl space businesses and I decided on Summit. They listened to my concerns and worked with me to find a solution to address it. I had them remove and old and poorly installed sump pump and put in a new one. What sold me on them was they were incredibly knowledgeable about every part of the process and could expertly explain every step. From the water cooled pump, to the size of the pipes they would use to the best place to discharge the water they expertly explained everything. I highly recommend anyone looking for quotes to do work on there crawl space to add Summit to your list.
Completed Jobs from Reston
Sheila G.
December 8, 2021
High moisture content in CMU walls, 25-40%, Drywall approximately 15-22%. Moisture drive is due to high vapor pressure in soil and heavy vapor diffusion. Customer will have contractor remove all firing strips, studs and drywall from exterior walls and ceiling prior to work being performed. Create a thermal break by installing Thermax foam board to all exterior walls from floor to ceiling. Seal and tape all seams. To stop air flow into basement from floor apply 2 inches of closed cell foam to perimeter rim joist. Sump Pump Clean Out and flood test Clean out three exterior sump pump crocks, flood test to confirm proper operation. If any fail to test properly they will need replacement at additional cost. Clean out interior sump pump and flood test.
Diana S.
December 6, 2021
Remove old vapor barrier, batted fiberglass insulation, and old dehumidifiers. Use Sterifab to disinfect and treat for mildew. Install new dimple shield and 16 mil white vapor barrier on the floor of the crawlspace. Run the new vapor barrier six inches up the wall and seam tape to seal. Install R11 bora foam board on the exterior walls of the crawlspace and block off the vents with stainless steel screen and bora foam board. Spray foam the rim joists with 2 inches of closed cell spray foam
Christopher B.
June 17, 2021
Front wall is bowing approximately 1.5 degrees inward. Soil level is near the top of the CMU wall. Install engineered wall braces either side of foyer, approximately 3-4 feet apart for a total of 7 braces. Secure to floor with anchor bolts and secure up in joist bays with heavy steel brackets. Includes removal of necessary drywall to complete installation. Finish Shield Installation Right side wall to front edge of chimney, front basement wall in main room and front plus side wall to drywall in left utility room; Remove 2 x 2 studs in main room, clean floor at cove joint and install Heavy Duty Finish Shield from floor to ceiling. Seal all joints with sealant and tape where needed. Ahead of the Finish Shield apply waterproof masonry coating to right and front wall in main room only.
Sharon P.
April 13, 2021

Rear sump pump was running for a very long time and crock was nearly full of water. Evidence it is not pumping efficiently which indicates silt or other clogging. Front sump pump is old and requires replacement. Install two new FastSump pumps, front and rear. Clean out both sump crocks of any sediment and debris. Install battery back up with inverter on rear sump only for now. 

Shane P.
September 2, 2020

Abandoned butyl water line cut flush with floor is leaking onto the floor surface. Chip out around the pipe and apply fast setting epoxy. Customers can choose to refinish the floor when completed. Apply hydraulic cement around the lally column in the center of the basement. Finish will not be smooth due to floor settling. No water entering at that point. The possibility exists that customers may need additional work to stop and manage the water. If additional work is needed the cost of this work will be credited towards that remediation.

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