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Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Encapsulation in West Orange

Scaldino Basement Solutions is an industry leader in basement waterproofing and crawl space repairs in West Orange. When water or moisture strikes your basement or crawl space, it could mean extensive problems for your home or property, as well as the inhabitants. We provide basement waterproofing and other wet crawl space and basement solutions in the Greater New Jersey area.

Some of the basement and crawl space services we offer include:

Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair in Central & Northern New Jersey & Staten Island

Don't let the negative affects of a wet and dirty basement or crawl space ruin your home. We can give you the clean and healthy home you've been waiting for. We serve Middlesex & Union County, New Jersey, including Edison, Piscataway, Old Bridge, Union, Elizabeth, Perth Amboy, Woodbridge, Passaic, Clifton & Linden.

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Completed Jobs from West Orange
Jeffrey S.
March 2, 2017
We installed a partial GrateDrain French Drain system along with vapor barrier and flexi-flange around foundation. Also installed a GrateSump Basin with 1/3 hp Fast Sump Pump .
John R.
December 7, 2016
Scaldino Basement supplied & installed a partial GrateDrain system and pitched towards their existing pump. Homeowner now has a dry and healthy basement
Estimate Request from West Orange
Victor A. on August 23, 2017 8:35:15am
Foundation Leaks
audrey s. on November 17, 2016 2:51:25pm
Hi, I have a major leak at one of my properties in west orange... I am looking to get an estimate of what it would cost to water proof and maybe french drain. Please give me a call.
Matt B. on November 10, 2016 6:52:53am
I have a small leak in an unfinished corner of my basement where water seeps in through a few blocks when it rains hard enough. Would like to have someone take a look to see if this is a symptom of a larger problem and suggest fixes.