How Much Does a Basement Renovation Cost?

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Not everyone thinks of their basement as a lovely place to be. In many cases, basements as a living space are reserved for movies or those who can afford to indulge their fancy for a wet bar. However, whether you’re looking to schedule basement repairs for your Philadelphia home or are pricing out the cost…

  • August 19, 2021
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How to Clean up After a Basement Flood

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A basement flood always happens when you least expect it. Even if you are a pro at home maintenance, factors like heavy rain and construction runoff can cause a basement to flood at seemingly any time. It’s natural to be nervous, but rest assured that if you follow these steps and work quickly, you will…

  • May 20, 2021
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Will a House Pass Inspection With Mold?

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If you’re thinking about selling your home, you first need to know the exact condition of all of your home’s structural components, appliances, and systems. This includes knowing whether or not there is mold in your home. Though mold can be tricky to spot while you’re living in your home, homebuyers usually hire professional inspectors…

  • March 11, 2021
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5 Signs You Might Need to Waterproof Your Basement

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Many homeowners assume that if they see standing water in their basement, they should consider having their basement waterproofed. However, there are a number of additional symptoms that you might see that may signal that it’s time to consider basement waterproofing services. Here are a few signs you should waterproof your basement — even if…

  • December 07, 2020
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3 Reasons You Should Never Try to Remove Mold Yourself

It’s happened to plenty of homeowners across Pennsylvania. You notice a certain distinct smell in your basement, and slowly you realize that you have a mold problem. Sure, you could hire a professional team to correct it for you — but is it really worth the money?

  • October 26, 2020
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Protecting Your Home Financially During Flood Season

If you live near a river or close to another body of water that’s likely to overflow, you might be worried about whether or not your homeowner’s insurance will cover damage from basement flooding. The answer might depend on the insurance company that you use and the specifics of your policy details.

  • September 24, 2020
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The Consequences of 3 Common Household Molds

Did you know that there are over 100,000 different types of mold found on Earth? While some types of fungus are edible (like mushrooms and the mold found in blue cheese), many strains of mold can pose serious health hazards — especially if they take root in your home. If you spot any one of…

  • August 20, 2020
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5 Ways Businesses Can Benefit from a Waterproofed Basement

Do you have a basement in the building you run your business from? If so, do you use it? Many business owners don’t use their business’s basement for anything outside of necessary seasonal storage. But the basement of any commercial space contains tons of potential. What if you could be getting more out of your…

  • July 21, 2020
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Fun Rooms to Consider Adding to Your Finished Basement

Are you looking to redo your basement? Do you want to use the space for your family, but you simply aren’t sure what to use it for? Then you will be happy to know that you have lots of options. Start off by getting a basement inspection for your Philadelphia home, so that you know…

  • June 30, 2020
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What Does Mold Smell Like?

Have you ever walked into a basement and wondered what that smell was? Perhaps you were cleaning out a closet in a long-forgotten corner of the house and noticed a smell that was just off? If there was a bad odor that you just couldn’t place, the culprit was likely mold growing. Most basements have…

  • June 02, 2020
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John and Barbara Vicich

“We wanted to thank you for your personal and specialized attention to the water problem we had in our basement. You took the time to inspect the whole situation and gave us recommendations, all of which worked. You had a way of explaining the process and materials that would be used in a way that we understood. We are very pleased with the work that was done and would highly recommend your company to anyone.”

-John and Barbara Vicich

Debbie, Berwyn

“The day after Hurricane Irene, all of my neighbors basements were filled with water, while mine remained dry! It is wonderful, everything remains dry and the battery backup worked beautifully when my power was out for 2 days. Dry AND quiet, thank you, thank you! Thanks! Debbie, Berwyn”

-Debbie, Berwyn

Doug Smith, Glenside

“All I have to say is that Hurricane Irene was no match for the job that Rightway did for my basement and my father-in-law’s. I had my basement done 5 years ago and we are still bone dry and my father-inlaw’s was done last year and another dry basement… Great job! I highly recommend them for waterproofing and mold remediation.”

-Doug Smith, Glenside


“I’d highly recommend these guys for your basement. My basement has been dry since they installed a sump pump and French drain in June. They offer a competitive price, they get the job done quickly and they stand by their work. Please mention my name if you proceed down the road with these guys.”


Angelo and Sandra Patiri

“We had our basement waterproofed with Rightway Waterproofing in 2007, after all this time and just getting through Hurricane Irene, we did not get a drop of water in our basement. Rightway Waterproofing did a very good job and we are very satisfied!”

-Angelo and Sandra Patiri