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This photo shows off what the area looked like when our System Design Specialist first visited the home. As you can see, this area of the basement has been finished. Fortunately enough the wall was wood paneling, which made it easy to work with! It came off relatively easy and could be put right back up after the work was done!
This photo shows off the main reason that the homeowner gave us a call. The bottom of this wall is soaked with water, and there are several water spots on the floor of the basement. This was a huge issue and the homeowner wanted to keep this from continuing so that the finished part of the basement wasn't ruined.
This photo shows the system that was installed in the area that the first photo was taken. The paneling was removed by the homeowner, and our crew came in to excavate a few inches of the floor to install the WaterGuard, but before that is done the CleanSpace wall is put up along the wall to catch the water and water vapor coming through the wall.
This provides a much better view of the entire area that was waterproofed. It consists of two rooms (one finished, the other unfinished) in the basement of the home. The entire system, both WaterGuard and CleanSpace liner, are a connected, continuous system so that there are no gaps present for water to get into the basement.
This is the sump pump that was installed in order to pump out the water that was coming into the home. Our sump pumps aren't just a hole in the ground with one pump in it, but rather an entire system. It comes with the pump itself (a 1/3 hp Zoeller), a WaterWatch Alarm, the SuperLiner (which encases everything), and an airtight lid that prevents any water or water vapor from escaping back into the area.
The product that is showcased in this photo is actually pretty well hidden in the shadow of the fence, but it is actually where the sump pump discharges. It attaches to the PVC pipe that is run from the sump pump in order to create a better-looking, more camouflaged look to the discharge pipe.
This homeowner was concerned when they began to notice water getting into their finished basement. This is unfortunate because the best way that we have found to waterproof a home is from the inside. However the decision to either watch their basement become damp, moldy, and dangerous or to be inconvenienced by having to remove some of the wall paneling was an easy choice for the homeowner. Our System Design Specialist headed out to the home, performed a free inspection, and then gave the proposal to the homeowner right then and there! The homeowner accepted, and we scheduled a date for the installation crew to come out and install a system so that this homeowner didn't have to worry about water in the basement any more! The system that was installed included WaterGuard, CleanSpace, and SuperSump.