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Keeping Your Basement Dry With Drylok: Great Basement Waterproofing

Updated on March 10, 2011

DryLok Review

With all this rain and snow coming everyone is worried about seepage into the basement from the after math. I know until this year I had water and moisture in the basement until I used a product DryLok. This waterproof sealer is a life saver. It seals the water out and can be painted onto concrete, even your floor. The price isn't all that bad for it you can check it out and reviews at DryLok Reviews. There's also a deal on it their and it's on sale cheaper than what I could get it for in a store. I paid $26 a gallon for it and the review site has it for around $9-$11 for the same thing.

Stopping Water From Entering Basement

What's nice about Drylok is it goes on all of these surfaces above or below grade masonry walls, cinder and concrete blocks, stucco, brick, retaining walls, basements, swimming pools, bird baths, fish ponds, and foundations.  Each gallon covers 75-125 square feet it does go on like concrete so it's best to do it in small sections and allow for adequate ventilation. I opened all my basement windows and it was perfect even with the 4 windows I had.

This year has been crazy with all the snow and then the rain.  Even though you should wait til the basement or area is dry you can apply it to slightly damp areas.  You will see a huge difference in just a short period of time.


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