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About Our Company
Basement Cracks & Leaks, Metro Inc. is a family owned and operated basement waterproofing and foundation repair company. We have been serving communities throughout Michigan since 1993. Licensed and insured for your peace of mind. We have been accredited since 2001 with the Better Business Bureau and are members of the Basement Health Association receiving the National Star Service Award 15 years running.
From our knowledgeable and friendly office staff to our courteous & professionally trained service technicians you and your home or office will be in good hands. Our team will evaluate your waterproofing or foundation problem with over 30 years of industry experience behind them. Using that knowledge we will design and draft a custom repair plan that will leave your home or office good as new.Get To Know Us
We do basement waterproofing in Michigan the right way, the first time, so you can stop worrying
Are you tired of dealing with a leaky basement or cracked, bowing foundation walls? Call us for a free
Crawlspace Systems are a necessary step in creating a healthy, energy efficient home.
Basement Cracks & Leaks will evaluate your property and professionally design your repair.
In addition to our commitment towards excellence our advantages are:
The dedication to fulfill our customer’s wants and needs has always been imperative to the way we operate and we adapt our services in order to achieve this.
If you have a waterproofing or foundation repair need, simply call our office at 517-552-9111
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Frequently Asked Questions
Any responsible basement waterproofing company will propose no more work than is necessary and will look for the most cost-effective solution. However, don’t trust a company who wants to slap on something they bought at Ace Hardware. Caulking, patching with hydraulic cement and so-called waterproofing paints don’t work – that’s why professional waterproofers don’t use them.
Maybe. If you’re a skilled do-it-yourselfer, you could probably install a sump pump or even put in an underground downspout extension. But, you won’t have access to professional grade materials and waterproofing can be hard physical work, especially when the digging starts. More advanced repairs, like installing drain tile and injecting cracks, are usually beyond
Every repair goes through a “relaxation” period. This is a period of approximately 90 days when we recommend you hold off on making any kind of cosmetic repairs to cracks in drywall or mortar. This gives the building an opportunity to adjust to the repairs.