INTERIOR BASEMENT WATERPROOFING
WillFix team can protect your basement with high-quality interior waterproofing — securing it from the leaks and ensuring your comfort for decades to come.
Interior basement waterproofing is not the most complicated process, but it requires skill and certain experience with specific materials. Rest assured, WillFix basement waterproofing experts have it.
Self-sufficient technology that needs no extras and solves your wet basement problem
Guaranteed 25 years of zero wet basement issues, or we will fix them for free
All the work is done on the inside of your basement and foundation walls
Let our experts deal with the installation so you never have problems with maintenance
No basement is safe from constant water exposure's degrading and eroding effects. A wet basement is a full-scale health concern that elevates the risks for you and your family. Interior basement waterproofing is your effective line of defense against multiple enemies:
A whole spectrum of insects can inhabit your basement if it has excessive moisture and darkness:
Some insects may spread diseases, and we doubt you’ll feel comfortable sharing a house with them.
Mold is extremely fast-spreading: it may occur in 24-48 hours in the moist area:
There’s nothing good about having mold in your house. The spores easily spread throughout the house and can lead to health issues, like allergies or infections.
“Basement allergy” can be both barely notable and extremely uncomfortable for you:
A wet basement can be both a trigger for someone’s allergic reaction and the reason for allergy development.
In the last 20 years, we performed over a thousand projects all across Toronto. We’re proud of our reputation and always appreciate the kind words from satisfied clients:
Three processes can solve the problem and ensure your basement’s dryness and safety:
Interior basement waterproofing is a combination of the three best approaches. None of the factors would work alone, but together — they create a powerful synergy that protects your basement from any leaks from the inside.
Interior basement waterproofing is sometimes called “negative side waterproofing” or “basement water management” because the main aim of the work is channeling the water away from your foundation, not blocking it completely. As the result, you get a comfortable and dry basement.
WillFix experts will protect your basement from the inside in 7 steps. Here is how we do it:
The water does not magically teleport from the soil to the inside of your basement. It makes its way through cracks and joints (where the walls connect to the floor). We seal all the vulnerable areas with top-quality hydraulic cement
The basement floor along the walls gets carefully removed to create a narrow trench, deep enough to fit the system. No worries about the foundation: the process is safe for your home’s integrity and the structure itself is not affected.
Weeping tile is the best way to redirect the water from the area it can damage. In simple terms, a weeping tile will act as a channel for the water to flow away from the walls. It’s the best solution to the hydrostatic pressure on the market.
All the excess water should go somewhere, so we connect the weeping tile perimeter and install the sump pump: the system that will collect the water safely and discharge it away from your house.
We apply the AquaBloc membrane to the walls and cover the weeping tile with a layer of gravel to be 100% sure: all the water goes to the drainage system and ends up in the sump pump, as intended.
We check the system again and cover the trench with concrete to get your basement floor back to its original level. Along with sealing the cracks, it improves your home’s foundation soundness and makes it not just dry, but safe as well.
Before the team leaves, we clean up all the mess, get rid of all the debris and dust, and make sure that your basement has its original look. By the time Willfix experts leave, you’ll have a clean and perfectly waterproofed basement.
Forget what wet basement looks and smells like and rest assured that you're covered. In the next quarter of a century you'll either have no basement waterproofing problems or we'll come and fix it for free.
In case you’re looking for the best quality for a fair price — the Willfix team is ready to commit and help you with any wet basement issues. We understand that you wouldn’t trust a complete stranger with your basement safety, your family’s health, and your comfort. Here are a few facts about us so we don’t feel like a stranger anymore:
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
EXPERTS IN THE TEAM
Our team has all the necessary certification, including a plumbing license and a certified Structural Engineer. We’ll be happy to provide all the documents on demand.
We value safety and efficiency above all. You can rest assured that even in the worst cases you’re covered: WSIB certification for your project can always be provided upon request.
We stand for our word. Willfix experts will evaluate and estimate the project and give you a written, official registry — so that no extra expenses can ever occur.
We can drain your basement — but not your wallet. You can choose the materials, the technology, and review the whole process. Our job is to make sure you get the best quality for a fair price.
Get the solution that suits your unique case. From crack injections to exterior basement waterproofing — we’ll find and implement the best technology for your unique situation.
We understand the struggles a wet basement or a leak may cause. In all our projects, we aim at the same targets as you do: to solve the problem fast, keep the solution efficient, with the technology you can trust.
Basement waterproofing prevents the moisture, usually caused by a leak in the foundation, from seeping through and damaging your home’s interior. Basement waterproofing is a process that includes placing a layer of waterproof materials between the walls of your basement and the soil, if it’s an exterior solution, and creating a drainage system along your basement walls on the interior, if it’s interior waterproofing.
This way, even if water manages to leak into your basement, there will be as little contact between it and anything else as possible. If a substantial amount of water tends to breach basement waterproofing, the structure is designed to allow it to drain without contacting anything within.
Yes, basement waterproofing increases your home value. While there’s no hard data to back the numbers, it may add several thousand dollars to the price of your house. It’s defined by simple calculations:
In the majority of cases, you can expect your ROI (return on investment) to be about 30%. Especially when the warranty is tied to the property — not you as the waterproofing client, and it will transfer to the next owner. That’s exactly how it works with Willfix.
A basement that has been properly waterproofed is supposed to be dry, have no uncomfortable smell, and would look similar to what construction workers call “clean, dry, and undamaged,” — meaning the walls are dry and solidly intact.
If you have a damp basement or your concrete walls are soft and crumbly (these are the most common properties of wet concrete) your home probably needs waterproofing. Other common signs would be mold, moldy smell, or damp spots.
In theory, a waterproofing failure would result in significant damage to the foundation structure and require professional plumbing and construction help. It can cause considerable damage to the walls and may require complete reconstruction.
We say “in theory” because it’s an extremely rare outcome that ostly happens when people try to waterproof their basements with DIY kits from the store, with no skills or experience.
In 20 years of work, Willfix experts had no failures with any of more than a thousand projects. Our team has no members with less than 10 years of personal experience, and we treat every basement with utmost care. We also provide a 25 years warranty on our basement waterproofing services, and have all the insurance on hands.
Yes, waterproofing is covered by warranty, but only when it’s done by a certified company. The typical warranty for waterproofing is about 10-15 years, but that’s something that you should ask your waterproofing contractor about. We at Willfix keep our quality standards high, so our warranty is extended to 25 years.
While it’s an effective way to prevent your basement from leaking, it’s not always the most efficient one. Depending on the case, you might need other services. Some of them may solve your problem faster and for a more fair price. Willfix team has enough experience and is ready to help anyway.
Willfix experts are familiar with the specifics of the Great Toronto Area and have enough experience to deal with any basement waterproofing job in any city. We know that snowy winters, frequent rainfalls, and groundwater management issues are equally damaging to basements and foundation walls of people in all communities.