Water Seepage in Basement
The water stains by the furnace are a clear sign of the existing water problems here. Using organic materials such as wood and drywall to finish this basement was a bad idea from the beginning.
Water Stains in Basement
Water stains show on the wall behind the water heater. The white pvc pipe leads to this home's previous sump pump which is difficult to reach so you can imagine how well it was maintained.
The tile floor in the basement bathroom is ruined by water seepage.
WaterGuard is a covered drainage system that is now ready to be covered with Mill Creek Flooring. Its purpose is to collect any water that seeps into the basement and direct it to the sump pump to be removed.
Installation of Mill Creek Flooring
The crew works hard to install Mill Creek Flooring.
Mill Creek Flooring
Mill Creek Flooring can be fitted around support columns without a problem.
Mill Creek Flooring Installation
The rich look of Mill Creek Flooring brings a homey warmth to the basement. The Everlast wall panels not only provide protection from mold in case of a flood but it also beautifully matches the flooring.
Mill Creek Flooring and the Everlast Wall restore the beauty of this Cliffside Park basement family room.
Basement Sump Pump
The SuperSump Sump Pump will work hard in combination with the rest of the waterproofing system to keep this basement dry.
IceGuard Discharge Line
Our IceGuard discharge line is a must-have for those living in the north as the cold winters here will freeze pipes and cause floods!