This basement had a few areas that were prone to water entering the space. After an initial inspection, Waterproofing Consultant Max Kantar determined that a WaterGuard Perimeter system and a replacement sump pump was the best solution to mitigate the water entering the basement. The perimeter system will direct any water that comes into the basement right into the sump pump to be ejected from the home.
This homeowner had a previously finished basement when they had issues with water entering the basement. After looking online for local companies, they found Dry Basements Plus. Happy to have found a company that could not only do the waterproofing but then also repair the damaged walls, they requested a free estimate. After an initial inspection, it was found that installing a WaterGuard System and repairing the walls with our Restoration Wall System would be the safest approach. The WaterGuard System will channel water into the sump pump and the Restoration Walls are designed to replace damaged studs and drywall from water events.
These homeowners noticed water in their older, Michigan basement and had our specialists come out to inspect the space. We found that a perimeter drainage system was needed to manage the water coming in through the foundation. The water is now collected and distributed into the sump pump for a clean and healthy basement.
During times of rainfall, this homeowner would notice water entering the basement through multiple different areas. At times, water could be found puddling on the floor. After looking online for basement waterproofing companies who could also offer basement finishing services, they found Dry Basements Plus & Finished Basements Plus.
A Free Estimate was scheduled with Craig Iverson, who went out and inspected the basement. Craig discovered that the best way to ensure the basement stay dry would be to add a full perimeter WaterGuard System and a TripleSafe Sump Pump. This will guide any water entering the basement into the sump pump to be ejected from the basement. The TripleSafe Sump Pump will also ensure the pump is active even with a power outage.
This homeowner noticed some water entering their basement through the walls as well as around their egress window. After researching local basement waterproofing companies online, they found Dry Basements Plus and liked that they offered All Things Basementy! Max Kantar one of our Waterproofing Consultants went out to meet with the homeowners and determined that a WaterGuard System would be the best way to keep this basement dry. The WaterGuard System will direct any water entering the basement into the sump pump to then be ejected from the home. A new WellDuct was also added to the egress window to ensure proper drainage.
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