Proudly serving Massachusetts - including Worcester, Springfield & Amherst for over 12 years.
At Leader Basement Systems, we've been repairing wet basements in your neighborhood for a long time.
Our certified experts have the experience you need to fix your basement fast, permanently, and effectively.
There's no job too big or too small!
Allow one of our basement technicians give you a free basement waterproofing cost estimate.
We want to help dry your basement all the time!
(Click for more information about each solution.)
In their years of research, Basement Systems, Inc. has developed long-term and effective solutions for your wet basement problems.
They've taken conventional waterproofing concepts and combined with new ones to come up with innovative and effective solutions.
Corey installed 15 feet of WaterGuard and a SuperSump along with CleanSpace in this basement. Look at the difference! What can Leader Basement Systems do for YOUR home?
A customer in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts was experiencing a problem with water getting into her basement through a crack in the basement wall.
We installed a triplesafe sump pump system for her to pump out the water as soon as it enters the basement. Along with the sump pump, we also installed a landscape outlet, a dry track, and an ice guard Sump Pump Discharge line system. The ice guard system is a system designed to allow water to exit the system when the pipes freeze or are being blocked by other items.
Our crew headed out to Florence to install CleanSpace, WaterGuard, and a french drain to prevent moisture from getting in to the basement.
Our crew put in two new sump pumps that connect to a TripleSafe and WaterGuard to prevent flooding in this basement. You can see the original pump which was not effective, and then the new TripleSafe with the WaterGuard on the floor.
The crew went out to Sturbridge, MA to waterproof a basement that had major flooding issues. They installed a sump pump, WaterGuard on the entire perimeter, and a french drain at the base of the bulkhead. They did a great job!
If you're having water issues in your basement or crawl space, contact us today at 1-833-354-5824 to schedule a free estimate.
The crew installed a new triple safe pump system, a full perimeter of WaterGuard, and a french drain at the base of the bulkhead in this Paxton home.
Leader Basement Systems has superior products and expertise to solve any water issues you have in your home's basement or crawl space! Contact us today to schedule a free estimate.
The team used Flexispan to fix a spot on the floor that had been damaged by water and required being replaced completely. Our crew did such a great job you can barely tell any work was done at all!
A homeowner was having problems in their basement with the center beam sagging. Our team went in and installed 5 SmartJack XT supports to support the floor joist system above it, as well as 16 ft of supplemental PowerBrace beam. We installed metal sleeves over the floor joists and used a PowerBrace Clamp Bracket to hold the beam. This enabled us to permanently stabilize the floors in the customer's home. Stable homes make for happy customers and bring us one step closer to our vision: A world with healthy basements and stable structures!
Above are before and after photos of a recent crack repair using our flexispan crack repair system. We had previously done work for this homeowner, and he recently noticed a crack in his basement wall. The crack was leaking water into his basement and he knew that Leader Basement Systems is who he should call. Our inspector went to the home to take a look at the crack and determined we could use our flexispan system to seal it. Our team went out and filled the crack from top to bottom with our special Flexispan sealent. Flexispan differs from other crack fillers or sealents in two major ways. First, Flexispan eliminates the use of messy expoxy injections and instead seals the crack with a flexible sealent that will stop water seeping through the crack. The other key factor in our Flexispan system is that it doesn't end with sealent. Our system uses an additional step to make sure that no seepage will make it pass the sealent. A second layer of beveled foam is used, which would drain any small amount of additional seepage down into your drainage system or into a small drywell created under the basement floor.
This home wanted to renovate and put in a sunhouse egress window from their basement. Our team met with the homeowners and installed an Everlast window. The next step was installing a sunhouse window well cover, which was placed over it. The job was completed over a two day period!
Water will leak into a basement any way it can, like through your walls, floors, and joints between two. It can even go through concrete itself, which is just one reason why basements are very often damp and humid spaces.
Other contractors might try to push inferior basement waterproofing solutions on you in a high-pressure way.
Our products have been perfected by Basement Systems, Inc. which is the largest network of basement waterproofers around.
Meet with our basement experts, and we'll customize your basement to keep it dry all the time!
Call or contact Leader Basement Systems for a free inspection and estimate in Massachusetts. We provide basement waterproofing in Worcester, Springfield, Chicopee, Leominster, Pittsfield, Holyoke, Westfield, Amherst, Shrewsbury, Fitchburg, West Springfield, Gardner, Ludlow, Westborough, Easthampton, Greenfield, and the surrounding areas in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Contact us today!
This involves "painting" the basement walls and floors with a coating of cement that's meant to seal out moisture.
Negative-side sealant goes on directly to the concrete's surface and is often applied before finishing a basement.
This involves digging outside the basement, installing a drain, and maybe adding a waterproof coating to the walls.
This installation has been used for a long time and a drain is usually installed when the home is built.
This goes on top of the basement floor with a drain that runs along the basement walls. It collects water and channels it to a sump pump system.
With this system there is no jackhammering needed, and the installation is usually safe for a monolithic basement floor.
This goes under the basement floor, with a drain that runs along the basement walls. It collects water and channels it to a sump pump system.
The system is easy to service, and it can collect water leaking from the walls too.