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The TripleSafe Sump Pump is a crucial element to a drainage system that keeps your basement flood free. This top of the line system contains three pumps within one pump liner. The first pump handles the majority of drainage water, the second pump is slightly higher than the first and turns on only if the first pump can not keep up or fails, and the third pump is battery operated and operates only if the power fails.
Water was seeping through a crack along the foundation wall in this homeowners basement. We used FlexiSpan Wall System to fix this. FlexiSpan fills the crack and uses a polyurethane sealant for a dual approach to prevent further damage.
The WaterGuard french drain system is installed above the "mud" zone so it won't get clogged. Once the installation is complete, concrete is laid down to make the installation seemingly unnoticable.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Mason, MI.
Mike H. of Mason, MI gave us a call when he had had enough of the water problem in his basement. The west side of his basement (the side with the sump pump) would regularly take in water and create a stream down that side of basement.
Our fix? The WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the basement floor and above the foundation footing collecting water that seeps into the basement from the walls. This water is then directed to the sump pump to be pumped up and out of the home.
With this installment Mike and his family can be comfortable in their water-free basement.
Darla F. of Mason, MI called us saying that there was water coming into her basement through a crack in the concrete. The home was built in 1987 and the basement used to be finished, but now it is unfinished after some flooding that happened after the back up sump pump failed previously.
Our solution? We started by installing our patented TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe is a sump pump that provides three levels of protection against water leakage. Normal water supply, heavy volumes of water, or in the case of a power outage, this sump pump will keep your basement dry. For normal water supply, the Zoeller ⅓ horsepower pump functions. At a heavier level, the Zoeller ½ horsepower pump activates. In the case of a power outage, the UltraSump backup sump pump will pump water on a backup battery.
Following that, we installed our FlexiSpan cracked-cement sealant. FlexiSpan moves with your basement wall and is waterproof and flexible, preventing the entry of any water.
Matthew W. of Mason, MI was dealing with water issues in his basement before he gave us a call. Little puddles of water would form around the cove after hard rain. Some cracks were visible on the floor, as well.
We first installed our patented WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the floor and above the foundation footing, collecting water that enters in through the basement walls. That water is then redirected to the sump pump in Matt's basement.
For a sump pump, we installed the SuperSump premier sump pump. SuperSump is engineered to help keep the basement dry and healthy for extended periods of time, even when there are times of extreme water intrusion. This complete system provides total protection and works perfectly with our drainage systems -- like in this situation, the WaterGuard system.
No need for Matthew to worry about water in his basement with these two systems working together!
Kyle H. of Mason, MI reported that he had water coming into his basement from between the floor and the 1st cinder block of his basement. He also stated that there was a decent amount of water that would pool in the middle of the basement, and that the water was coming from the west side of the house from the floor.
Our fix? Well, we began by installing one of our customer favorites -- the WaterGuard French drain system. WaterGuard rests below the floor and above the foundation footing, collecting all the water that comes in from basement walls. That water is then directed to the basement's sump pump.
For a sump pump, we installed the SuperSump premier sump pump system. SuperSump was designed to handle heavy amounts of water and is sure to keep Kyle's basement dry. It attaches seamlessly with the WaterGuard system, providing the finishing touch to a revolutionizing project.
No more water issues for Kyle!
Royce D. from Mason, MI was dealing with heavy amounts of water "pouring into [his] basement." That doesn't sound like fun. Water in a basement can obviously ruin the items you have stored there, but it can also cause problems in the home itself. Doors and windows can start to stick, paint can start to peel, and the humidity can make it an uncomfortable living space. That's why Royce gave us a call.
Upon a professional inspection, we decided to install our patented WaterGuard system. The WaterGuard French drain system is normally installed around the perimeter of the basement. It rests below the floor and above the foundation footing, collecting water that enters in from the basement walls. The water is then filtered into the sump pump and out through a discharge line.
Royce no longer has to worry about a flooded basement, thanks to WaterGuard.
Mike had a considerable amount of water coming into his basement. He had so much water that it created a stream from one side to the other. The water had a way of eventually flowing into his sump pump. His hope, however, was that he could get the water to the sump pump without the stream. That's when he called Ayers to come take a look.
The situation was just as Mike described when one of our system design specialists came by to check it out. Fortunately, we had an easy solution. Our WaterGuard perimeter drainage system could collect that water along the base of the wall and direct it to the sump pump, all without being noticed or even seen. The WaterGuard system sits on the home's footing beneath the concrete and only needed to be installed along the problem wall and along the wall leading to the sump pump. We started by removing a small area of concrete in these areas. The drainage system was put in place, covered with stone, and then the concrete was replaced, all aside from a small gap at the base of the wall where the Waterguard creates that opening to collect water. In addition to helping stop the stream of water through the basement, we wanted to make sure that the basement would continue to stay dry all the time, meaning even when the power went out. We were speaking Mike's language when we suggested adding an Ultra Sump system at the same time. The Ultra Sump is a battery operated pump that will kick on when the power goes out to make sure that Mike doesn't end up with any more streams, ponds, lakes, or anything of the sort in the basement in the years to come. We enjoyed working with Mike to help solve his problem for good. He gained some usable space in only one day of work.