Moisture in Basement
The walls of this basement show where water seeps through preventing the family from using the space for storage.
Wet Basement Problems
Water collected in the corner of this Oradell basement staining the walls and floor. The homeowner was worried about mold and how it would effect the health of his family.
Flooding in a basement destroys walls and belongings and any organic material sits in a perfect environment for mold growth.
Water in Basement
Water seeped into every corner of this unfinished basement destroying the homeowner's belongings and creating a health hazard. This is a very common sight in many homes. Have you checked your basement recently?
Basement Waterproofing System
The perfect waterproofing drainage system, WaterGuard, installs around the inside perimeter of the basement to collect any water that seeps in.
A TrenchDrain fits across the outside entrance to collect any water that might come down the stairs and directs it into the WaterGuard System to be removed.
Sump Pump Problems
Open sump pumps allow water vapor to escape back into the basement. This is an outdated pump and needs to be replaced with a safer alternative. Imagine having pets or toddlers around a pit this big and deep that is constantly filled with water.
WaterGuard, a top of the line drainage system, installs along the perimeter of the basement to collect any moisture and directs it to the SuperSump Sump Pump to be removed from the home.
Drainage System Installed
Once installed, the WaterGuard Drainage System is fully covered and this basement can be finished.
Sump Pump Answers
The SuperSump Sump Pump is a fully covered system that will prevent water vapor from escaping into the basement while keeping the basement dry.
Sump pump discharge lines are an important part of the waterproofing system. The IceGuard Discharge Line is a specially designed system that will prevent freezing during cold winter months.