Basement Defender™ and ROI o...

 What is the return on investment (ROI) of waterproofing your basement ? You can expect a 30% return on investment from waterproofing your basement, which is considered a good return on investment for your home. Selling your home without acknowledging a water issue is against the law. Also forget about selling it if your basement has issues. Why not invest the money in your home while you live there versus fixing it for someone else? Any company that gives a homeowner a “quote” is going to hit you with the ultimate solution, which may not be necessarily what you need. So when you go to closing they are going to deduct the maximum amount from your sale. It’s up to you to pay now or later. Adding value to your home Finishing your basement does not double your square footage. However the ROI on finishing your basement is 70%! A finished basement is less expensive than an above ground remodel, typically between $5100 and $8,750 nationwide, so it’s a great investment in your home. Protecting your investment You want to protect your investment and the sump system is the heart of your basement system. If your heart fails you will likely flood. 90% of flooding happens with a failed sump pump. The Basement DefenderTM tests your sump system everyday, and the app you can view all the vitals from the sump system, including humidity and temperatures all from your phone! If Basement DefenderTM finds a problem it will send you an alert via, text, email or push notification.
Roy Spencer - President of Basement Defender

Roy is a respected authority in the waterproofing industry, with over 40 years of experience under his belt. His company, Perma-Seal, has earned a reputation as Chicagoland’s premier waterproofing contractor, thanks to Roy’s unwavering commitment to quality, integrity, and customer satisfaction.

His latest innovation, the Basement Defender, is a testament to his dedication to providing homeowners with the best possible protection against basement flooding, representing a major leap forward in the industry’s efforts to prevent water damage and save homeowners from costly repairs.