Basement Waterproofing and Concrete is our Specialty!
If you are reading this, chances are your basement is leaking already…
If so, we can help! DeRoche Construction is one of Southeast Michigan’s premiere leaders in the repair and restoration of basement walls and foundations as well as basement waterproofing .
DeRoche Construction is Licensed and Insured. We offer an end-to-end customer experience that includes seamless communication, honest answers, and solid, quality work every time.
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Whether it’s a sidewalk, driveway, backyard patio, private drive, or parking lot. DeRoche Construction has the experience and knowledge for any small or large concrete project.
DeRoche Construction has been delivering beautiful concrete work to homeowners and businesses in Michigan for over 20 years. DeRoche Construction is Licensed and Insured. We service all of Macomb County, Wayne County and Southern Oakland County.
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If you’re thinking about replacing your driveway DeRoche Construction is the best choice for quality, workmanship, and affordable driveways. DeRoche Construction is licensed and insured with the State of Michigan. Our quality and workmanship shows on our finished concrete driveways, and all types of cement work.
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Back yards, especially concrete patios, are being transformed into luxurious extensions of the house. They're the new favorite room to relax, entertain, and cook. The heart and soul of the backyard resort area is the concrete patio. Concrete patios give you complete creative freedom to bring the style and elements of your indoor floors to your outside environment and backyard. With many options in styles and colors for your concrete patio, you can transform that old beat up backyard into a luxurious extension of your house.
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Why Do Basements Leak?
Water is one of the most powerful forces on Earth. One inch of rain equals 27,000 gallons of water per acre. Once water enters the basement, chances are that it will occur again. It is also likely that it will continue to get worse. Water has a memory. It will follow the same path each time your basement leaks, thereby creating a larger path. As the Earth around the foundation settles, the movement may cause the walls to shift, causing minor settlement cracks. Normal settlement takes one to seven years on new homes. However, if you have water seepage, settlement will continue until you control the water. Settlement problems will only get worse if the water table is not controlled.
While water seepage is occurring, water is traveling from a point outside your basement to a point inside your basement. This is causing erosion to occur, which will undermine the footer. Continued erosion will cause the footer to crack and the house to shift. Once the house starts to shift, structural damage to other areas of the home are inevitable, such as:
Cracks in the ceiling
Shifting of the roof
Cracks in the walls
Windows, Doors, Cupboards ajar
Why should you worry about your basement?
If you have a subsoil basement you should be concerned about basement waterproofing. Besides the obvious inconvenience of a wet basement there are also numerous hidden problems associated with the additional moisture, including health issues and extra expenses.
Wet basements can:
Create excessive hazardous mold and mildew.
Promote allergic discomfort
Add to the humidity throughout your home.
Cause increased energy costs
Provide a breeding ground for termites.
Trapped musty air in basements travel to upper living areas.
Cause mildew in drywall that is known to be toxic.
DeRoche Construction has put together the best technologies to stop your basement from leaking, and to give you back a little piece of mind. We specialize in providing high quality solutions at an affordable price.
Additional benefits of waterproofing your basement include:
Increased property value
Structurally sound foundation
A healthier home for you and your family
Increased living space
A more attractive and comfortable home