Like much of the East Coast, Baltimore is vulnerable to hurricanes and other severe storms. To help minimize the water damage caused by these storms, the team at Storm Waterproofing provides basement waterproofing, crawlspace waterproofing, and sump pump installation. We also offer mold remediation and foundation repair services for homes that have already been hit. We have more than 20 years of experience making Baltimore homes as strong as they can be.What's Nearby
Evidence suggests that people lived in the Baltimore area as early as 3000 years ago. English settlers first came to the Baltimore area in 1661, and the Port of Baltimore was created in 1706. The city was named after Cecil Calvert, Second Baron Baltimore, who was a notable early Maryland settler. Baltimore became a regional economic power after constructing canals and filling in nearby marshes, and the city reached a population of 27,000 by the year 1800.The Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad, which opened in 1831, was one of the first commercial railroads in the world, and helped facilitate easy trade with the West. Baltimore became an important economic center for the whole country, and the city reached a population of over 500,000 by the year 1900. Baltimore suffered a severe fire in 1904, but it rose from the ashes to become the city we see today.
Baltimore Public Resources
Today, more than 620,000 people call Baltimore home, and more than 2.7 million people live in the metropolitan area. It is one of the Mid-Atlantic region's largest seaports, and remains an important economic power. Johns Hopkins Hospital and University, which are located in Baltimore, educate and train some of the finest medical professionals in the world.
Why Choose Us?
- We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured
- We have over 20 years of experience
- We offer free estimates
- We offer transferable lifetime guarantees
- We are built on 3 generations of basement waterproofing experience
- We offer 24/7 emergency service
- We use state-of-the-art waterproofing techniques