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Water Hoses

Our industrial-grade, durable washing machine water hoses are longer lasting than factory supplied hoses and designed to handle high volumes of water and water pressure. Installation only takes a few minutes and you're up and running again.

If you're upgrading your basement with new flooring and walls, it only makes sense to have new washer hoses installed to complete the entire basement waterproofing project. If you have old washer hoses they could randomly develop a leak or crack and flood your basement with hundreds of gallons of water in a short amount time. Could you imagine what kind of damage this could do to your home? It would be devastating! That's why Bix Basement Systems cannot stress enough the importance of having new washer hoses installed by our professionals so your basement is protected for years to come.

Bix Basement Systems provides water hoses and installation services for homeowners in Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Quincy, IL, Fort Madison, IL, and Hannibal, MO.

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Average rating for Bix Basement Systems is 4.92 stars of 5 stars - based on 150 reviews
Basement Waterproofing in West Burlington, IA
The difference between your basement waterproofing company and the first company was night and day. So far, no water! I'm so pleased.
LK - West Burlington, IA 52655
February 11, 2013
Basement Waterproofing in Kirksville, MO
I had my basement waterproofing done in December 2010. Best money I ever spent!! Bix Service was here on time and worked in less than ideal conditions to get the job done. I was concerned about the way the waterproofing would work but after the spring we've had, I am so glad I went with Bix! The ...
Michael P. - Kirksville, MO 63501
January 14, 2011
Basement Waterproofing in Burlington, IA
It so happened that it rained significantly the second day the basement waterproofing crew was working. Normally we would have had water in the basement (that would take 5-7 days to dry up), but instead we heard the sump pump kick in and of course, the basement was (and is) dry! YEAH! Thank you so ...
JD - Burlington, IA 52601
November 18, 2011