Water Intrusion Through Wall/Floor Joint
Here is one of the main reasons that this homeowner ended up giving us a call. This photo was taken by our System Design Specialist on his initial inspection, and as you can see, there is quite a bit of water that has come out of the floor/wall joint in this basement. You can also see the damage that has already been done in this area, meaning that this issue isn't anything new.
More Water on Crawlspace
This photo shows off the area in the basement where the majority of the water was coming in. A good bit of water can actually be seen towards the bottom of this photo. Standing water can cause a multitude of different problems, but should definitely be taken care of as soon as possible.
Installed CleanSpace and WaterGuard Drain
This photo shows the installed CleanSpace liner and our WaterGuard drain system. This is a pretty close up photo, but the CleanSpace is is the white plastic liner that is installed along the wall. It helps to catch any water coming in and drain it to the WaterGuard. The WaterGuard is there to move the water to the sump pump so it can be pumped away from the home.
Installed WaterGuard and SuperSump
This photo shows the same area that was shown in a previous photo, but with our WaterGuard and SuperSump pump installed. This system ensures that the water is being caught at the wall and isn't actually getting into the basement. The WaterGuard follows the perimeter of the basement walls where there is water intrusion.
Sump Pump Discharge
While this photo may be just a little too wide of a shot, it does give a pretty good view of an important part of this system, the discharge line and outlet. The small green outlet near the bottom of the photo is where the water that is pumped out of the basement goes to. It is far enough away and downhill from the home that there isn't a chance that the water will make it back to the home.