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This homeowner in Withee, WI complained that water was constantly coming in through their concrete floor.
When the soil surrounding your home is saturated with water, it's common for it to push through stone foundations and even concrete via hydrostatic pressure.
Our team will install a new discharge line here and bury it beneath the surface of the soil. Making sure that water is directed away from the foundation is important to keep it from returning into the basement.
Designed to capture water seepage through walls and leaks along the wall and floor joint, this drain system effectively captures wall and floor seepage before it reaches your basement floor.
The drain system is able to navigate around important utilities like basement water heaters.
As water enters the waterproofing drain system via inlet holes, it flows through the drainage pipe to your sump pump.
This homeowner in Withee, WI was tired of water leaking constantly into the basement. With a goal to finish their basement and gain more living space, they had us come out to provide a thorough estimate for a new waterproofing system.
Our Design Specialist Rich Johnsen visited the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the waterproofing work. It was determined that drain tile would be installed as well as a new sump pump to protect the basement against water intrusion.
A DBS Foreman and crew worked on the interior waterproofing job. The crew began by breaking out concrete to create a trench around the home's footing. Our WaterGuard® drain system was put into place and will effectively capture wall and floor seepage, directing it to a new SingleSafe™ sump pump. The crew finished the job by burying the discharge line in the lawn away from the home.
This family can now rest easy knowing their basement has the utmost protection in waterproofing technology.