Melted snow and rain will enter basement without a waterproofing system in place
This snow surrounding the house will eventually melt and make it's wait into John's basement.
Floor drain unable to keep up with intrusive water
This lone floor drain was unable to keep water out of John's basement. At one point one inch of water covered his basement floor.
Perimeter drain system captures water from walls and floors
The WaterGuard perimeter drainage system is installed along the perimeter of the basement an on top of the foundation footing. As water leaks through the walls and makes its way to the floor, WaterGuard collects it before it can move anywhere else.
TripleSafe sump pump installed to remove water from basement
John's basement only had a floor drain that was not able to keep up with the amount of water that entered during a big storm. The basement had an inch of water covering the floor during winter months. The TripleSafe has three levels of protection that can handle mild and severe water intrusion.
Window WellDuct captures water from wall crack and sends to sump pump
We installed an egress window in the basement to replace the leaking windows that allowed water in and were not properly sealed. A new window wouldn't completely solve the water intrusion issue because a large crack had already formed below the window. We installed a WellDuct to direct any water right into the WaterGuard, and therefore the sump pump.
Window well covers keep debris out
A polycarbonate safety cover keeps leaves and debris out while allowing natural sunlight and fresh outside air to enter your basement.
LawnScape allows water to be discharged above ground
The LawnScape discharge line outlet attaches to the end of the line and allows us to bury the discharge line while still providing an above ground escape for water.