Here one of the blocks has shifted out of place so far you can see the open space on the inside of the cinderblock.
This basement has shifted enough that the blocks are separating from one another.
In The Trenches
Clearing the way for WaterGuard installation.
Ready To Go
Digging is complete and ready for installation.
A Different Perspective
You'll never look at your basement the same way again after a visit from us!
Holes are drilled in the wall to allow moisture from the wall to flow into the WaterGuard. Laying the WaterGuard above the "mud line" prevents clogging.
Ready For Installation
The hole is ready and already filling with water from the WaterGuard trenches.
TripleSafe Sump Placement
Ensuring the liner is level with the floor in incredibly important. If not, water on the floor will never make in to the sump system.
Ready For Pumps And A Lid
Sump liner had been placed and backfilled.
Up And Away
Setting up the discharge line to run out of the basement and away from the house.
These pipes probably weren't draining very well with all that mud in the bottom.
Water Damage On Stairs
The bottom step shows signs of past flooding.
Water Damage On The Wall
The rot on the bottom of this wall is an indicator of flooding. The insulation is discolored from moisture and most likely mold.
Water Damage On The Sink
This was the base of the old concrete sink. The rust and rot are signs of moisture and flooding history.
The output for the sump pump was placed downhill from the house to ensure water just pumped out of the house does not flow back into the basement.
Frank's Seal of Approval
We aren't afraid to put our name on every single job we complete because we know it was done right.