Over the course of 3 to 5 years, outdoor waterproofing materials wear out due to the ebb and flow of groundwater. Depending on the type of soil, the location and the slope of the landscape (slope), a basement can have a more durable exterior waterproofing. In any case, every household becomes vulnerable at some point. Of course, the best way to waterproof the basement is to install a drainage system.
The system includes pipes and a sump pump, which draws out the water. These systems are expensive, although the cost depends on the size of your basement and the amount of work required for installation. You have to break the concrete floor; install pipes and edges; and then you have to reattach the floor. If the foil test showed that water soaks into the basement walls and leaves them damp, seal the inside of the walls with a high-quality waterproof paint, such as DRYLOK White Extreme Waterproof (available from Home Depot).
Some large organizations that issue certifications and memberships are Basement Health Association (BHA), Waterproofing Contractors Association (WCA) and Sealant Waterproofing %26 Restoration Institute (SWRI). Take care to waterproof your new construction properly and, in older homes, make sure to keep the existing waterproofing method as much as possible to avoid long-term problems that you will have to cover out of pocket.