What will be used to fix my wet basement?

Because we are 100% committed to you and the health and safety of your family and your home, we will install only the best, proven, warrantied products that will effectively work to keep your basement dry. The products we use are not outsourced. They are made right here in the United States, and they have been tested to stand up to harsh leaking water conditions. This is our commitment to you, your family, and your home. 

Here are the solutions we use to fix your wet basement and how they work. 

  • Drainage Systems – Interior drainage is the best option when it comes to tackling seeping water. First, we need to intercept the leaking water. After excavating your basement floor’s perimeter, we will install the BasementGutter™ interior drainage system in your basement’s sub-floor. This system will catch seeping water from the walls and floor and then direct it to a sump pump system. We also offer grated drainage pipe systems that can be placed in the floor in front of stairs and access points, which can easily be tied into the rest of the perimeter drainage system. 
  • Sump Pumps – Once the leaking water has been intercepted by interior drainage channels, it needs somewhere else to go other than back onto your basement floor. With our systems, the water is discretely collected and drained into a sump pump system that will effectively pump this water out of the basement and away from the home. We offer several sump pump systems to meet your waterproofing needs. 
  • Frozen Discharge Line Solutions – Water from the sump pump is pumped out through a discharge line. Sometimes the exterior line can freeze or become blocked. But our FreezeGuard™ outlet can be attached to the exterior line just outside your foundation wall to prevent water from backing up and leaking back into your basement. 
  • Dehumidification – Another important part of keeping the basement and home safe and healthy involves conditioning the air. Our dehumidifiers are powerful, yet energy efficient. They will clean and filter the air, control moisture and humidity, and reduce odors and the potential for mold growth. And, unlike conventional dehumidifiers, our units are self-draining. They can be directed to drain into sump pumps or perimeter drainage systems, so there are no buckets or reservoirs that you need to worry about emptying. 

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