Block basement walls are porous by nature and allow water to seep through into your basement. Waterproofing block walls is crucial to keeping your basement dry.
Digging the Trenches
Small trenches are dug in the floor for the WaterGuard to be installed. No need to dig up the whole floor!
Sump Pump Installation
Gravel is added around the sump pump liner to allow groundwater to run into the liner.
These ports allow our service team to inspect a system for blockages and flush the system as needed.
Our team takes pride in the cleanliness of their concrete finishing.
Our crews are able to work in tough spaces like behind furnaces and hot water tanks.
Brightening the Space
BrightWall panels really live up to their name! Without any additional light, the whole basement looks brighter!
BrightWall and WaterGuard
Aside from their functionality, BrightWall and WaterGuard together provide your unfinished basement with a very clean look.
Backup Sump Pump
A patented SuperSump and backup UltraSump pump were installed to ensure there would always be an efficient pump operating in the basement.
After the sump liner and pumps are in place, all that's left is to close the floor and clean up!
Closed Sump Pump System
The lid on the sump pump liner will keep water from evaporation out and keep debris from falling in.
After 76 feet of WaterGuard drainage, 76 feet of BrightWall paneling, SuperSump sump pump, and UltraSump battery backup sump pump were installed, this basement is protected against water from all sources!