You can see the water lying on the floor, probably from after rain. This basement looks like this due to cracks in the walls. Water will always find the path of least resistence, which is normally a crack.
When installing a WaterGuard System, some of the concrete was broken up to begin the process. The drain pipe was then sat on the footing, and rock was laid over it to keep it secure.
A Dry Basement Solution
After the WaterGuard has been installed, a layer of concrete goes over it. It's now hidden, but it will still do its job. On the wall, you see the CleanSpace wall system. This is a heavy, durable, plastic liner that drains water behind it and automatically brighterns the basement.
Nasty Mold Growth
With the basement constantly being wet, the wooden ceiling beams never stood a chance. Mold spores attacked the damp organic surface and began to multiply.
A Healthy Basement
After a mold remediation treatment, the basement is back to a healthy condition. Our equipt team went through a series of steps to make sure the mold was gone and wouldn't reproduce to make further issues arrise.
Open Sump Hole
Having an open sump hole and running a dehumidifier is like trying to fill a bucket with a hole in it. As you dry the air, more water evaporates into it via the open sump pump hole with a pool of water sitting in it all year.
The Permanent Solution
The SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier is designed to perform in lower air temperatures found in basements and crawl spaces. It takes moisture out of the air and disposes of it through a line that leads to the TripleSafe sump pump. This sump pump is the top of the line and sports three sump pumps in one sump liner.