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We understand water-related problems from leaky pipes to cracked foundations. If you need to fix a leaky or cracked foundation in your basement, look no further than A&V Drain and Waterproofing Service. A&V Drain and Waterproofing Service provides a wide range of basement waterproofing and basement foundation repair services to keep your home safe and dry.

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They were able to come out the same day to help me with my issue. They arrived at the expected time and was very personable and kind in helping me with the plumbing issue that was going on, and it ended up being an issue with my master bathroom’s shower. I appreciate their professionalism and knowledge. If you ever need the best plumber in Etobicoke, I recommend A&V Drain.


John Otero

I cannot say enough about A&V Drain. their customer service is great, the crew are always prompt, professional and more importantly perform excellently. I have used A&V Drain for sump pump installation for over two years now and will continue to use them.


Madeline Garcia

Father and son team are very responsive, knowledgeable and fair when it comes to price. We have hired them to handle a number of different jobs (sewer back up, clogged drains, install new plumbing) and projects (replaced all water and sewer pipes) over the past 6 years. Even when late in the evening, they have come out to solve the problem and calm us down. We appreciate them greatly!


Eva Lehman

Very nice, professional, clean, and in terms of price, VERY REASONABLE compare to other companies. I am so Glad i found them and i would definitely recommend Andriy, his dad and his company. go for it and dont even think twice. Many thanks guys.


Peyvand Manavipour

A&V give me a hand whenever I need drain cleaning or drain repairs. Thank you a lot for being there for me.


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It can be one of the most disheartening experiences a homeowner ever faces - to walk down the stairs to the basement after a heavy rainstorm to find water, water everywhere. What can you do?

Using a quality water-proofing coating is a key strategy. However, take note: Even the best waterproofing coating may fail to stop moisture if the block walls are not in sound condition. Brush away loose mortar and broken block; remove dirt, grease, dust and other surface contaminants; wire-brush or sandblast old paint; use a quick-dry cement to patch cracks, holes and floor/wall joints.

Also, be sure to follow manufacturer's instructions. The most frequent error customers make is failing to apply a waterproofing coating at the spread-rate specified by the manufacturer. If the coating is too thin, it will not stop moisture seepage. In cases of excessive water seepage, a second coat may be needed. During the application, the coating must be worked into the masonry pores.

Though some paint manufacturers use the terms interchangeably, water-repellent and waterproofing coatings are not the same. A water-repellent coating system is an exterior coating system for above-grade concrete or masonry. It temporarily repels water, but it is not intended to prevent the passage of moisture under hydrostatic pressure. Some repellents are film-forming; others act by filling surface pores to prevent moisture movement.

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Waterproofing coating systems

Waterproofing coating systems, on the other hand, are intended to prevent the passage of water under hydrostatic pressure. These film-forming coatings are formulated for above and/or below grade and for interior and/or exterior application.

Hydrostatic pressure may be caused by several conditions. Rain runoff flowing toward a house, high water table and faulty gutter systems are the most common causes of hydrostatic pressure on a foundation. Wind-driven rain is the most common cause of hydrostatic pressure on an exterior, above-grade wall.

Sometimes interior condensation can be mistaken for seepage due to hydrostatic pressure. To distinguish between the two, tape a piece of aluminum foil to the inside of the foundation wall. Remove the foil after several days. If the wall side of the foil is wet, seepage is the problem. If the room side is wet, condensation is the problem. (Both problems can occur at the same time.)

While a dehumidifier can solve the condensation problem, a quality waterproofing coating is needed to stop the seepage. Not all coatings are intended for waterproofing. Most acrylic latex paints, for instance, are not formulated for this job.

A&V Drain charges per job, not per hour. We believe in being paid to solve problems and not for the time it takes to identify them.

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