Sahara Waterproofing is a family owned and operated business here in Philadelphia since 1996. We specialize in basement waterproofing, sump pumps,epoxy floor coatings and old stone basement walls that need cemented.
We have no high pitched salesmen. When you call Sahara Waterproofing you get Bobby, the owner. And be assured that Bobby will be on EVERY job site because we don’t use subcontractors. Call Sahara Waterproofing today for your free estimate.
Sahara Waterproofing is committed to getting the job done right the first time. Our professionalism and courteous conduct are demonstrated by the care given to you and your home.
From the moment that we enter your home until the time we leave you will receive worry free quality products and services. We pride ourselves on honest quality work. This is why more than half of our business is from customer referrals.
We are committed to getting the job done right the first time. Our professionalism and courteous conduct are demonstrated by the care given to you and your home. From the moment that we enter your home, until the time we leave, you will receive worry free quality products and services.
We pride ourselves on honest quality work. That is why more than half of our business is from customer referrals.
- Basement Waterproofing
- French Drains
- Sump Pumps
- Basement Wall Cementing
- Epoxy Floor Coating
- Concrete Resurfacing
- Stucco – Wall Parging
- Thoroseal® Waterproofing Application
|Sahara Waterproofing Services a 100 Mile Radius Around Philadelphia|
|Philadelphia, PA||Chester County, PA||Atlantic County, NJ||Gloucester County, NJ|
|Bucks County, PA||Delaware County, PA||Burlington County, NJ||Mercer County, NJ|
|Montgomery County, PA||Camden County, NJ|
Basement waterproofing refers to techniques used to prevent water from entering the basement of a house or other building. Effective below ground waterproofing will include both drainage and sealers.
Waterproofing is needed anytime a structure is built at ground level or below ground. Waterproofing and drainage considerations are especially needed in cases where ground water is likely to build up in the soil and raise the water table.
This higher water table causes hydrostatic pressure to be exerted underneath basement floors and against basement walls.
Hydrostatic pressure forces water in through cracks in foundation walls, through openings caused by expansion and contraction of the footing-foundation wall joint and up through floor cracks.
Hydrostatic pressure can cause major structural damage to foundation walls and is likely to contribute to mold, decay and other moisture related problems.