Basement. Published at Thursday, September 27th 2018, 14:00:19 PM by Shelby G.
Will you be working on this project alone or will you need to hire someone for help?
There are many benefits to working on the project alone- but sometimes, depending on the severity of the project, a professional will be needed to aid you. Some alterations will be difficult or new to you, so don't be embarrassed if you have to call in a professional.
1. Fill in cracks with waterproofing sealant. This will stop the leaking while also sealing in any cracked portions of your walls.
2. Use waterproofing paint. You can roll this onto the floor and onto the ceiling (depending on the paint and ceiling type) with a paint roller.
3. Fix outside guttering. Gutters are a huge problem when it comes to basement leaks and erosion. Clearing you're guttering and making sure it pours water away from your home is a crucial step.
How much are you willing to spend?
Tackling a home project can be fun, but it can also be expensive. You should create a budget for your project and make sure it will be enough to cover your renovations. You can do the project in increments, making it more affordable over time. Starting a project and being halted by lack of funds is frustrating and aggravating. Be cost conscious! For example, putting in windows is a way to create natural lighting with daylight, which is a small but free step!
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