Here is the entrance to the walk in basement. Just outside the door is a set of stairs that have been sinking and directing moisture down into the basement.
The basement is partially finished, but has had to be repaired multiple times from water intrusion, so the carpet is constantly pulled up and having to be replaced.
Here, you can see the exposed block foundation wall. The water that leaks into the basement often causes problems with the power, too, because the water runs right down onto the outlets
Here is one of the seams between the wall and floor where water intrudes on a regular basis.
This basement bedroom is piled high with everything from the other rooms when it rains. Due to the outside grade of the yard, this room does not actively flood during rain, but it does still suffer from mold, high relative humidity, and moisture.
Here, you can see the blooms of mold on the wall from the constant stream of water coming in.
In this photo, you can see where the installation crew has started to dig the trench for the Waterguard system to be installed.
Here, the sump pump is being installed to remove the water from the basement.