Basement Water Proofing In Denver, CO

Keeping You Dry

Do you dread dealing with a wet and damp basement?Don't worry, King Rooter & Plumbing is here to save the day! As the trusted plumbing repair experts, we specialize in working with foundations, basements, and crawl spaces to ensure they stay dry no matter what. From drain channel and interior french drain installation and repair, to sump pump installation and repair, crawl space repairs and encapsulation, foundation repairs, insulation, and waterproofing – we've got you covered.


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Our basement plumbing services include:

  • Drain Channels
  • Interior French Drains
  • Sump Pumps
  • Crawl space repair
  • Foundation repair
  • Insulation
  • Remodeling
  • Waterproofing

We are experts at Drain Channel installation, repair, and service.

We are experts at Interior French Drain installation, repair, and service.

We are experts at Sump Pump installation, repair, and service.


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When there is water in the basement, it often comes from where the basement wall meets the floor. A plumbing leak or local flooding are the two most common reasons for water in the basement. The other two are surface water and rising groundwater.

Basement waterproofing involves using various methods and materials to prevent water from entering the basement of your home or building. Sealants, drains, and sump pumps may be necessary to waterproof a basement that is located below ground level.

The best time to waterproof the exterior walls of a basement is during the construction of the building. While many newer constructions are required to have waterproofing, older homes may not have it.
Groundwater can wear away exterior waterproofing materials in 3 to 5 years. Depending on the type of soil, where the basement is, and the grade (slope) of the land, the exterior waterproofing can last longer.

There are several signs that may indicate the need for basement waterproofing. These include: 

  • Water Stains
  • Unwanted Smells
  • Efflorescence (a sparkling light effect viewed on your bare floors or walls in your basement area)
  • Molds
  • Outside Water
  • Outside Water

Encapsulation comes after making something waterproof. After installing water drainage and a sump pump, you can then add encapsulation. Encapsulation is made up of three parts: the endcap, a dehumidifier, and spray foam.

Encapsulation is a thick sheet of plastic that is secured to the walls of the basement. All of the seams are sealed, so any water that gets in along the wall will be caught by the endcap and led down into the water drainage.