Waterproofing and French Drains in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

There are many different kinds of drains and waterproofing techniques that plumbers use in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. If storm drains are not available in your area, or you’re looking for some unique methods to keep standing water away from the foundation of your home, then contact Busy Bee Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning Inc. for waterproofing services or the installation of a french drain.

  • We treat your home like our own—with respect!
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  • We staff trained, licensed, and insured plumbing professionals.

Don’t let water be the enemy of your home. With our state-of-the-art technology and useful tricks of the trade, we can help weatherproof your home so it can become a haven that’s free of moisture, mold, and the structural issues that come with them.

Contact Busy Bee Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning Inc. in Nashville and Middle Tennessee for an out of the box waterproofing solution that fits your home and budget. A 100% more than satisfied promise!

What Is Involved in Waterproofing a Basement or Crawlspace?

A lot of work goes into waterproofing a basement or crawlspace. For instance, a vapor barrier needs to be installed that’s the right size and material so that moisture from the ground doesn’t constantly erode your home’s foundation. But there are other methods and styles of waterproofing that work best for different homes and budgets.

Basement Waterproofing Increases Your Home’s Value

One thing is for certain, even the oldest homes in our area can be long-lasting structures with the right waterproofing. Basement waterproofing not only increases the value of a home, but makes it more likely that it sells on the market due to its ability to last longer and be safer from mold and slab leaks.

Crawlspace Waterproofing

Some homes have networks of crawlspaces instead of just one open basement. These spaces function almost identically and require similar waterproofing services as well as vapor barriers to ensure moisture doesn’t cause damage. Our team specializes in this kind of work, so you can always call our Lebanon, TN hotline for help.

French Drains: When and Why You Need Them

French drains, or trench drains, are specific drains that redirect surface water away from a location for many reasons. A french drain system is usually composed of gravel and a perforated shell or pipe that allows the water in so that it can filter through the gravel and away from your home.

French drains are important for homes that don’t have proper access to a storm drain or some other way to make sure standing water doesn’t pool around the home’s foundation. Let’s put our engineering skills to work!

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