About Us

What Makes Us Unique

Eastern Waterproofing Co., Inc. is a family owned and operated Connecticut small business and has been since it's inception in 1976. As such, we can relate to and dedicate the time necessary to treat our customer's the way they deserve to be treated. Eastern has weathered many ups and downs in the economy in addition to seasonal droughts, stiff competition from a seemingly unending number of new "waterproofers", and the rigors of remaining competitive over the course of 3 decades. We will still be around if you ever need to exercise your guarantee on any work we do - though highly unlikely.

We also strongly value our employees, and work diligently to retain them long-term. In fact, our average employee has been with us for over 12 years! That means seasoned, experienced workers on your job. Our promise to you is simply this: We want to earn your trust. We want you to see that we perform our repairs with the same care as we would if it were our own home. From our quality, no-cut-corners repairs to our clean up efforts, you will be pleased with our work. Ask around - we are routinely complimented for leaving our work areas cleaner than we found them.

We are waterproofing professionals, NOT salespeople. We perform an accurate estimate and we get to work - quick and efficient. We don't employ salespeople driven by commission to exaggerate work estimates. Give Eastern a call, see the difference over 30 years of experience has made on our company, to your benefit.

Eastern Waterproofing Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 504
South Windsor, CT 06074
(860) 875 – 6646

Just a Reminder:
The average size basement needs 1 sump hole and 1 sump pump to adequately discharge any water in the basement. An average sump pump pumps 3,000 gallons of water per hour. That is the equivalent of a standard oil truck. Some companies will try to sell you two pumps. Do you get two oil trucks full of water in your basement per hour? Check with your local building inspector to see what he/she recommends for an inside drainage system.

The proper drainage system consists of 4" perforated pipe encased in washed stone with filter fabric underneath. This system is put in place below the floor, adjacent to the footing.

Don’t fall for gimmicks that call for a track/curb system that is not installed below the floor — this method does not lower the water table under the floor!

Exposing your floor slab to excess moisture from below which acts like a sponge and results in the dreaded damp, musty basement.

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