Select any of the interior basement drainage systems below to learn more about the system advantages and benefits over an exterior drainage system. Your local dealer will be able to help you choose which system is best for your home.
Does water somehow find its way into your basement? An interior perimeter drainage system addresses hydrostatic pressure – that is, the pressure of groundwater forcing its way through the basement walls or foundation.
Some contractors recommend installing a drainage system outside the foundation as a waterproofing system. The problem with exterior drain lines is that they eventually clog with silt, soil and roots.
By installing an interior perimeter drainage system around the inside of the basement along the wall, you can capture water at the most common point of entry - the floor/wall joint. You can also capture water from the walls and prevent the center of the basement floor from leaking by intercepting the water at the perimeter of the floor before it gets to the center. Even in basements that are already finished, it's much easier to waterproof from the inside than the outside.
It doesn't matter what's causing your basement water problem, or how your house was constructed, Basement Systems' patented clog-resistant drainage systems, sump pumps and other waterproofing products can be installed to create a system that's right for your home.
To learn more about installing or upgrading your basement drainage system, contact us today to request a consultation with your local Basement Systems waterproofing contractor.
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