If your basement feels damp or has a musty smell it most likely means you have moisture and possibly water penetrating your foundation walls. If you have a finished basement you may or may not notice visible signs of mold on your drywall or baseboards however that doesn’t mean mold has not developed on the other side. In most cases when the drywall/baseboard is removed mold is found to be growing on the back sides as well as on the wood studs.

There are no real over-the-counter remedies for damp-proofing a basement even though your local renovation store will sell “paint on” type damp-proofing or mold and mildew preventing products that do more harm than good. To properly address your problem call PCS for a free consultation on how we can help alleviate the dampness in your basement.

For more information please contact PCS.


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