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Get a Basement Waterproofing Estimate in Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights in Illinois is a suburb of Chicago and a village in Cook County. Its population is at around 75,000 and is the most populous village in the U.S.

Annually, the village gets pelted by 38.25 inches if precipitation. This makes basements particularly prone to getting damp or flooded all year round. With a climate that is characterized by harsh winters and thunderstorms being common in spring and summer, it’s easy to imagine why.

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Don't Finish Your Basement Until You Know it's Sealed in Arlington Heights

With a population of about 75,000, Arlington Heights is a village in Cook County, Illinois that is known for being the home of the Arlington Race Track, where the Arlington Million, a Breeder’s Cup qualifying event, is held.

A suburb of Chicago, Arlington Heights shares the same climate with the Windy City, which means winters are harsh and thunderstorms are common in spring and summer. Precipitation levels come in at nearly 39 inches a year, which makes basements particularly vulnerable to floods and dampness.

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Arlington Heights Basement Waterproofing Contractor

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Arlington Heights Homeowners - Make a Basement Waterproofing Appointment

A suburb of Chicago, Arlington Heights is a village in Cook County, Illinois with a population of about 75,000. It is the most populous community in the country that is incorporated as a ‘village.’

Winters in Arlington Heights can get extremely cold, while summers can be hot and humid. Thunderstorms are common during spring and summer, so many homeowners tend to deal with damp or flooded basements most of the year.

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Arlington Heights Basement Waterproofing Company

A suburb of Chicago, Arlington Heights in Cook County, Illinois is known for Arlington Race Track, home of the Arlington Million, a Breeder's Cup qualifying event. With a population of about 75,000, it is the most populous 'village' in the US.

As a suburb of the Windy City, it's a small wonder that Arlington Heights shares the same climate. As such, the village is prone to hot and humid summers, cold winters, and thunderstorms in spring and summer. These weather changes are one of the chief causes of perhaps the most common household problems in the area – wet basements.

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Arlington Heights Basement Waterproofers

Located in Cook County, Illinois, and known for being the home of the Arlington Million, a Breeder's Cup qualifier, Arlington Heights is a suburb of Chicago that lies just 25 miles northwest of the Windy City.

With its proximity to Chicago, it's natural to assume that Arlington Heights shares the same climate as well – hot summers, cold winters, and thunderstorms common during spring and summer.

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Arlington Heights Basement Water Problems

In Cook County, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago lies called Arlington Heights. Known for being the home of the Arlington Race Track, where the Arlington Million takes place, the village is also home to the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.

Being a suburb of the Windy City, it comes as no surprise then that the climate in Arlington Heights consists of hot summers, cold winters, and thunderstorms common in spring and summer. While interesting, these weather changes can cause serious basement water problems.

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How is Water Getting Into my Arlington Heights, IL Basement?

Arlington Heights, a beautiful suburb nestled on the outskirts of Chicago, IL, is well known for the Arlington Park Race Track and is the Arlington Million – a Breeder's Cup qualifying event. But no matter how nice an area is, home problems like wet basements still arise. And Arlington Heights is no exception. Due to it’s location geographically and it’s proximity to the Des Plaines River, many homeowners often experience seepage or even municipal sewer backup during heavy rainstorms. And when you experience these kinds of issues in your home, no doubt you wonder how that water got there in the first place!

Here are a some of the ways water can make it’s way into your basement:

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