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An inside look at our TripleSafe™ Sump Pump System, including the airtight lid, primary pump, secondary pump, and battery backup sump pump.
When you have a perimeter drainage system installed in your home, your sump pump is your main line of defense against a basement flood. If you can't count on your sump system to be powerful or reliable enough, then you can't count on a dry basement. And what good is the space if it gets wet?
At All-Dry of the Carolinas, we install only the best sump pump systems available anywhere in the North Carolina, South Carolina & Georgia area. We have an answer to clogging sump pumps, power failures, torrential rainfall, and much more!
We service Asheville, Greenville, Spartanburg as well as Columbia, Anderson, Lexington, Greer, Hendersonville, Easley, Greenwood and nearby. We can help you dry your basement! For a free sump pump system quote, call or e-mail us today!
Our sump pump systems include the following features:
We also offer our IceGuard® anti-freeze device as an additional feature you can add on to your sump pump system:
At All-Dry of the Carolinas, we offer three different sump pump systems: the TripleSafe™, SuperSump®, and SmartSump™.
Our most reliable sump pump system, the TripleSafe™ Sump Pump System, provides three levels of protection for your basement and your peace of mind.
For normal functioning, the TripleSafe™ has a powerful, cast-iron Zoeller® ⅓ horsepower sump pump set at the lowest level. For heavy volumes of water or in case of primary pump failure, a second, more powerful Zoeller® ½ hp pump set a bit higher in the liner will take over.
In case of a power outage, our UltraSump® battery backup sump pump, set at the highest level, will pump 11,500 gallons or more on a fully charged battery!
An UltraSump® battery-powered pump to the SuperSump® system is added so the drainage system can operate when the power goes out. The battery backup system will recharge automatically.
For an effective and more economical solution, our SuperSump® Premier Pump System can help keep the basement dry.
The SuperSump® includes a powerful Zoeller® ⅓ horsepower cast-iron sump pump, capable of pumping 2,220 gallons of water per hour at an 8-foot head out of your basement.
The SuperSump® can be installed with an optional UltraSump® Battery Backup Sump Pump, which can pump out 11,500 gallons or more on a single charge!
This home in Asheville, NC was getting water in their basement/garage. Water would come from under the stone foundation and down the walls and flood the basement. The homeowners had tried to fix the problem on their own by adding a sump pump, but their pump was unable to meet the demands of keeping the basement dry. They called us at All-Dry of the Carolina and we had our design specialist David Listovitch, go out to the home to give a free estimate.
When David got there he saw how the water was getting into the space and recommended to the homeowners our permanent interior waterproofing products that we offer here at All-Dry of the Carolinas. David suggested to the homeowners that they have WaterGuard, a SuperSump, CleanSpace Wall, and a dehumidifier added to the basement to help stop the water.
The before pictures shows the old sump pump that is rusty and broken. In the after picture you can see the new SuperSump pump that has WaterGuard connected to it.
Water intrusion does not just happen in basements and crawlspaces, but can pretty much happen anywhere below grade. This essentially means that any area that is below ground or partially below ground could be affected by water intrusion. This is usually caused by hydrostatic pressure, which is essentially pressure caused by water filling up the gaps in the soil around the home and beginning to push its way into the home.
This particular home was dealing with water intrusion in the garage of the home, which happened to be slightly below grade. It is difficult to see the damage that had already started to happen from the water intrusion because of some of the shelving, but there is a darker area along the perimeter where the water had soaked into the ground. Having water constantly in the area increases the moisture level of the garage and can cause damage to anything stored near the water intrusion.
The after picture shows the same area by the garage door. The main product showed in this photo is the SuperSump pump system, which is under the blue lid that can be seen. The SuperSump is important because it is what actually pumps the water outside and away from the home. The other product that was installed was the WaterGuard, which is actually under the freshly mixed and poured concrete. The WaterGuard leaves a small gap between the floor and wall so that water can get into the drain. The WaterGuard ties in directly to the SuperSump.
Our crew, led by crew Forman Will Harris, started on this basement by removing the old sump pump that was once in the basement. Then our crew began to jack hammer the perimeter of the basement so that the WaterGuard drainage system could be installed. Once there was a space for the WaterGuard to be laid down, it was leveled out at a slight angle so that any water that was to enter the system would flow towards the new SuperSump Pump, then covered with concrete. The SuperSump Pump system is one of the best sump pumps on the market. The system can pump up to 2,650 gallons of water an hour, a WaterWatch Alarm System, A SuperLiner, and Airtight Lid. The WaterWatch alarm system warns the homeowner of when water has reached the top of the pump. The Airtight Lid keeps moisture from evaporating into the basement, keeps bugs out, and is strong enough to stack items on top of so that you don’t lose floor space in your basement. The water that drains from the WaterGuard into the SumpPump is then flushed out to the yard through the LawnScape Outlet.
In the “before” picture you see the old Sump Pump that was down in the basement and in the “after” picture you can see the new SuperSump Pump that replaced it.
This home in Landrum, SC was getting water into their basement. This was becoming a real inconvenience for the homeowners since the basement was used as a storage space. They had installed their own sump pump that was unable to help with keeping the basement dry. The homeowners realized that they needed to bring in professional help for interior waterproofing, so they called us at All-Dry of the Carolinas. We sent our design specialist David Listovitch to check out this homes basement and to give the homeowners the best options for keeping their space dry.
David recommended the best interior drainage system that is offered, WaterGuard, be installed around the edges of the basement. WaterGuard is installed into the basement by having a trench jackhammered around the perimeter of the basement. Weep holes are drilled into the base of the basement walls so that any water that builds up in the blocks will be drained out into the system. The WaterGuard is then placed into the trench; it has a special wall flange that extends up the wall by 3/8” to catch all water that comes down the wall. WaterGuard sits on top of the soil so that there isn’t any chance of clogging like other drainage systems. The WaterGuard is then attached to a SuperSump pump that flushes the water from the basement. Once the entire drainage system is in place, the gaps are filled in with gravel and it is covered with cement to make the system invisible.
This homeowner was having some problems with water coming through the basement walls, which was a big problem for the owner because they used their basement as a storage area. In order to help fix this basement, and bring it back to its former glory we sent a System Design Specialist to see what would be best for the homeowner. After the inspection, our Specialist knew exactly what this home needed, two products; a SuperSump Pump system and some WaterGuard basement drain.
The "before" picture shows a pretty average-looking basement wall, nothing too much out of the ordinary. Some smaller things that can be seen are the minerals left behind on the bottom of the wall and floors, this is more technically called, efflorescence. This just shows that water has been making its way through the basement walls/floors, because this is what is left behind when water seeps through.
The "after" photo tells a much different story than the before picture. The after picture shows what this area looked like after our installation crew had installed our products. The most obvious part of this photo is the SuperSump, which is directly in the middle of the picture. This sump pump system does an excellent job of pumping the water out of the basement and into the yard. The other product that may not be noticed is the WaterGuard drain, which was installed around the perimeter of the basement. This drain collects all of the water that comes through the walls and directs it towards the SuperSump.
This homeowner knew of their water intrusion issues way before they called us, but they didn't realize that there was an effective way to stop the water. The homeowner already had a sump pump in their basement, but it could only do so much by itself. The homeowner knew this and when they saw one of our TV commercials, they knew exactly who could help fix these problems.
When our Systems Design Specialist went out to the home, he knew that this homeowner was going to need a little bit more than just a sump pump, which was the only thing the homeowner had at the time. Our Specialist was able to quote a full basement waterproofing project for the homeowner, so that they wouldn't have to worry about any further damage to the home.
The crew was then able to go out to the home and install the system just a few weeks later. All in all the homeowner had WaterGuard, a dehumidifier, and a SuperSump system installed in the basement, but we'll be focusing on the sump pump. As you can see, the sump pump that was installed in this basement is much different than the previous one. Our sump systems come with a liner that is airtight on top, meaning that no moisture will come out of the top. It also has a convenient area for the dehumidifier to drain to, which is what you can see in the after photo.
Our Design Specialists and crew go to a lot of trouble to make sure all products function in the most effective way possible. This means taking the time to measure, to plan, and to review the subject at hand. Before we install any product, we have to make sure that the product can “work” in that space. We do this with all things, including our sump pumps. To function as they were designed, the sump must be placed at the lowest point in the crawlspace or basement. This insures that all water will eventually flow towards that point.
Before installing our SuperSump pump in this Brevard, North Carolina basement, that is what we attempted to do. We often attempt to accommodate other factors as well, but this is one of the most pressing during installation. Sometimes, the SuperSump is accompanied by WaterGuard. This is a piping system that is installed below grade and covered with cement. The system, as depicted here, is invisible to the eye. It does its job without being seen, carting water from around the perimeter of the basement and into the SuperSump.
Basements, even partially finished ones, need to be protected from water problems. This Columbia, South Carolina basement in particular would experience water trickling into it periodically. This wouldn’t be a huge problem if the owners weren’t using the space for storage, which, of course, they were. The owners wanted a system that would both capture the water and remove it from the space entirely.
The perfect solution was to install our patented SuperSump pump and WaterGuard drain system. The WaterGuard collects the water out of sight and then deposits it into the SuperSump pump. Both systems are installed below the floor and then covered with cement. Only the lid and the pipes are visible on the SuperSump.
The installation of these products will insure that the basement no longer suffers from leaking water.
Sump pumps are an important part of the majority of the systems that we install. Sump pumps are important because they are how the water actually gets pumped outside and away from the home. There are several different ways to install sump pumps, but we find that the sump systems that we use are the best!
The first photo shows off the sump pump set-up that the homeowner had before our company had come out. While they were definitely ahead of the game by actually having a sump pump, there were still many things that needed to be improved upon. Having an open sump liner allows for moisture to escape and get back into the basement.
The "after" photo shows our SuperSump pump system with our UltraSump Battery back-up. Our sump system includes an airtight lid with a WaterWatch Alarm, which helps to alert the homeowner if the pumps are not turning on or if there is water on top of the lid. This homeowner also decided to have an UltraSump installed, which provides a battery back-up in case of a power outage. They loved their new sump system and basement waterproofing!
This basement was in pretty rough shape overall, but their sump pump definitely needed an upgrade. This is a pretty traditional, although outdated, way to install a sump pump inside a home. The first photo is, of course, the old sump pump that was in the home before we were able to come in and upgrade the system. The second photo shows the sump pump installation in progress.
This is an open-air container that hopes to collect any water that flows down to it, but has no real drainage to it. Once the water gets to a certain level, the pump turns on and removes the water. However, while waiting for the water to get to that level, the water is evaporating and getting into the air, and eventually will start to get into the drywall and anything else that is porous. This is extremely unhealthy, which was why the homeowner decided to go with our new SuperSump pump system.
The new sump pump is much better and more effective than the owner's old one. First off, it is completely sealed, meaning that once the water is inside the sump basin, it won't be evaporating into the basement. Another extremely important factor is that there is drainage that runs to the sump pump. Rather than just sit in the room, letting water slowly drain over the floor, the sump is connecting to WaterGuard which goes around the perimeter of the basement. This means that the water is not even getting a chance to be in the basement, it is immediately being picked up by the WaterGuard to drained down to the sump pump.
The SmartSump™ system is designed specifically for keeping crawl spaces dry and clean.
If you're looking for a crawl space sump pump solution, the SmartSump™ Crawl Space Sump Pump System is the ideal option. The SmartSump™ is specifically designed for crawl spaces and can provide all the protection you need from leaks and floods.
The SmartSump™ comes equipped with a cast-iron Zoeller® primary pump with the option of adding an UltraSump® Battery Backup Sump Pump. This sump pump is designed to fit with the CleanSpace® liner and has a sump alarm to ensure you always are aware of any water in your crawl space.