Basement Used for Storage Becomes Wet
A wet basement is something no one wants. With the water entering this home they were experiencing water seepage where the wall meets the floor, and also through their basement floor.
Transform Your Basement into Liveable Space
What can you do with your wet basement? Nothing. What can you do with your dry basement? Playroom, family room, home office, extra storage, home gym, or maybe even a home theatre. The options are endless. This basement became wet after it rained, causing the homeowners to not trust anything valuable down there.
The Process of Having a Dry Basement Begins
To begin the WaterGuard installation process, the concrete is removed at the base of the walls to expose the homes footing. Once the concrete is removed, the WaterGuard drain can be set into place
Keeping the Moisture Out of the Basement
The white covering you see being installed on the walls is called CleanSpace. It is a heavy, durable plastic liner for lining dirt crawl spaces. It is perfect as a wall solution for any basement walls. It stops water vapor, drains walls leaks, and on top of that- brightens your basement!
Recognizing the Need for a Sump Pump Upgrade
Triple Safe to the rescue! The Triple Safe sump pump system being installed contains the key missing components that the previous sump pump did not have, an air tight lid, floor drain, pump stand, and a pump alarm. These are the essential features needed to help keep a basement dry.
A New Wall Covering
These waterproof, insulated panels are fastened directly to your foundation walls. They eliminate conventional stud framing and fiberglass altogether. They are the perfect companion for the EverLast basement panels too, which fasten over them giving you the perfect finished look.