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B-Dry® System of Southeastern Michigan

When it comes to Basement Waterproofing services, we are second to none. We have taken the knowledge and expertise from over 40 years in business and applied that to every single installation that we do today. We are the pioneer of the interior drain tile installation, and the largest Basement Waterproofing company in the USA. B-Dry® System of Southeastern Michigan offers Free Estimates as well as an easy to use online Contact form, please remember to fill out any online forms with as much information as you can supply.

If you need a dry basement, then no need to go any further, you have reached the right spot!


35400 Stanley Dr
Sterling Heights, MI 48312
ph: (586) 693.5500
fax: (586) 978-8601

Serving Southeastern Michigan since 1981. Family owned & operated. Over 800,000 B-Dry Systems are installed nationwide. Licensed & Insured. Awarded numerous patents.

Specializing in basement waterproofing with a patented interior waterproofing system. Injection repairs for wall cracks, I-beam leaks, window caps, and pipe leaks using a high-pressure injection method. Wall stabilization using Superior Wall Braces.

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Counties Serviced by the B-Dry System of Southeastern Michigan office

  • Sanilac
  • Lapeer
  • St. Clair
  • Macomb
  • Oakland (East of I-75)


Our patented basement waterproofing system is designed to address all the ways ground water enters your basement or crawlspace as well as saturated soil conditions caused by weather.

Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions

Question: How can I tell if my basement is leaking, or my drain is backing up?

Generally speaking, a large amount of water in a very short amount of time is usually a drain back up. This is especially true if there has been no history of basement problems.

Question: What effect does a wet basement have on the resale value of a house?

Although there is no specific formula, it is generally accepted that between 5% and 10% of the resale value of a house can be deducted if there is a wet basement.

Question: Will I recoup the cost of waterproofing my basement when I sell my home?

There are two answers to this question. First, it will make your home more saleable and, therefore, you will be more likely to sell your home. Secondly, if you can expect a loss of 5% to 10% in resale value of your home, a house costing $100,000 would lose between $5,000 and $10,000 in market value. Therefore, the chances are excellent that you could recoup the cost of waterproofing.

Question: If my basement is waterproofed, will all the water be eliminated?

No, on humid, damp days, pipes will still sweat and you may notice some mold or mildew in areas of the basement with little or no air circulation. In most cases, a dehumidifier will be very helpful.

Question: My basement leaks only when there is a lot of water from snow melt or hard rain; should I waterproof my basement?

This is up to your judgment, however, waterproofing your basement can add useful square footage for an office, workshop or family room. Also, moisture can damage your furnace, water heater, washer, dryer and other personal items.