New Construction Foundation Waterproofing

New Construction Foundation Waterproofing begins with an experienced team to provide permanent, effective solutions.

Foundation waterproofing prevents homes from becoming moldy, musty, and helps prevent damage due to water penetration through the foundation. Builders have reputations to protect. By including new construction foundation waterproofing services on every new home not only protects the home; it protects your reputation as a quality builder. 

If you’re a home builder who wants to provide quality, reliable new construction foundation waterproofing for all of your home buyers, our team is ready to help you manage the project. If you’re buying a new construction home and the builder does not include foundation waterproofing, we can help you identify the best options for your foundation type and design.

 

FOUNDATION WATERPROOFING

  • Crawl Space and Basement Waterproofing Systems
  • Drainage Systems & Drain Board
  • Yard Drainage
  • Moisture Barriers
  • Rigid Foam Insulation
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation

Moisture Loc works with both builders and homeowners to ensure that new construction waterproofing protects the home from one of the most damaging elements to residential construction: water damage. If you’re a home builder in the greater Charlotte area, reach out to our team of experts to discuss community-wide rates.

 

Moisture Loc is a leading provider of new construction foundation waterproofing services for new construction.

We provide new construction waterproofing and moisture control services in the Charlotte, NC and Mecklenburg County area, including Anson County, Cabarrus County, Chester County SC, Iredell County, Gaston County, Lancaster County SC, Lincoln County, Rowan County, Union County, and York County, SC. 

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Note: In Mecklenburg County, damp proofing and waterproofing are not part of the foundation inspection but are a code requirement in some foundation designs. Codes vary according to county and state.

Check with your state and county building permit and inspection offices to learn more.