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30-Years of Twin City of Exterior Basement Waterproofing

By George Rhodes
Bad Mortar Gap Was Found

30 Years of Twin City of Exterior Basement Waterproofing I started this business AAA Reick’s Landscaping and Waterproofing L.L.C. over 30 years ago and I’ve learned a lot about what…

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Why Do I Have A Wet Basement & My Neighbor Does Not?

By Anthony Reick
Seal Well On Both Sides To Foundation And Conform To This Areas Odd Surface

Why Do I Have A Wet Basement & My Neighbor Does Not? I was out meeting with customers one day when a gentleman asked me the why his neighbor has…

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Does This Home Have A Dry Basement?

By Anthony Reick
Sidewalk To Foundation Gap

Does This Home Have A Dry Basement? Before you purchase that new house you should make sure your new home is going to have a dry basement after we get…

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5 Questions About Basement Waterproofing & Sump Pump Systems

By Anthony Reick
Minneapolis Basement Waterproofing Hole Found Around Electric Line By Well

#1 What is a sump pump? The ones you would use in your home are approximately 12″-16″ high by 6″-8″ in diameter. They are used to force water out of…

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Wet Basements and Waterproofing Misconceptions

By Anthony Reick
Cracked Mortar On Corner

When I talk to people about what I do for a living, I tell them I run one of the most unique waterproofing companies in the Twin Cities, AAA Reick’s…

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Wet basement, AGAIN?!

By Anthony Reick
Corner Wrapped In Sheet Membrane

Everyone wants a safe and dry basement, but not everyone has one. Those are the facts. My job is to make sure that people who contact my company because they…

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A Safe Basement is a Dry Basement

By Anthony Reick
Mortar Crack By Side Window Well

Everyone wants a safe and dry basement, but not everyone has one. Those are the facts. My job is to make sure that people who contact my company because they…

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Bad Pavement and Wet Basements in St Paul

By Anthony Reick
Problem area, window well under the deck

In the older St. Paul neighborhoods wet basements can often be caused by failing paved surfaces such as concrete, asphalt and brick pavers. Left untreated these moisture problems can do…

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Why Do I Have A Wet Basement and My Neighbor Does Not?

By Anthony Reick
Seal Well On Both Sides To Foundation And Conform To This Areas Odd Surface

Why Do I Have A Wet Basement and My Neighbor Does Not? I was out meeting with customers one day when a gentleman asked me, “Why his neighbor has never…

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