Kalamazoo, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Traverse City
This sump pump collects water from the WaterGuard system, has an airtight lid, and can pump up to 2,220 gallons of water per hour at an 8-foot head out of the basement.
The pour concrete is removed along the perimeter in preparation for the WaterGuard drainage pipe to be laid on top of the footing.
The signs of water leaks are visible since the water has no place to drain to.
WaterGuard drainage piping is laid on top of the foundation.
IceGuard fitting protects the sump pump's discharge line from freezing and getting blocked with snow and ice.
WaterGuard runs smoothly along the wall, collecting water unobtrusively, preventing water from puddling throughout the basement.
If the wall leaks, the water is collected by WaterGuard at the bottom.
WaterGuard, a subfloor drianage system installed along the footing in this basement collects water from leaks and reroutes it to the sump to pumped out of the basment through a discharge line.