Air bubbles are a sign of gassing, which I do not think you have. It is more likely since you put drylock over latex paint or another product, the ...
KingVolcanoMember since 03/03/05
Donna, Your situation is very common. There are ways of making your basement suitable for storage again. There are a lot of good products out th...
There is a great product named SunFlex that is a liquid rubber with a 500% elongation. It can be decorative as in quartz broadcasting, flake or rub...
I like using the Hydro-Blok product because I know it works. It is used in National Dams. Beware of internet, DIY products. If you buy one and it f...
Have a Humidex unit installed. If you live in New England, email me for a local contractor. They work, I have one. Email me with any questions...
I agree with theeagle. You are much better off sealing the foundation, even from the inside with Hydro-Blok and then placing your insulation. If yo...
Those silicate bags are expensive. You are beeter off treating you foundation with Hydro-Blok. It is a much better, permanent solution. Email me wi...
I'm not sure where in the country you live, but here in New England many people have wet basements. I put epoxy/stone in my basement and love it. I...
Check out a company called Calorique if you have a dry basement and want radiant heat.
Gary, Without knowing the product, it's hard to tell. Whatever you do, don't use a water based paint. You are must better off using a high qual...
I did not waste time with tars and cement, those products just don't last. Most DIY products are worthless and if they don't work the companies bla...
I'd go with a Humidex unit, worked for me. They are quiet and use very little power. I had one installed after my basement flooded. Well worht the ...