We removed the existing window well for this Sterling VA home because it was collecting water rather than keeping it away from the windows. The leaking windows lead the water into the basement of the home. We replaced it with our Sun House window well and cover.
This Leesburg VA home had a full basement waterproofing project done. The interior of the home was equipped with a full Water Guard System to collect and deliver unwanted water to the newly installed Ultra Sump Pump which would then send the water outside of the home. In order to keep that same water from working its way back to the foundation of the home, it would need to be sent far away from the home. After installing the discharge lines from the outside of the home and Ice Guard to keep the pipes from freezing up, several feet of Lawn Escape was buried in the ground and finished with a grate cover to allow the water to move down hill into the back yard of the home, away from the house.
This Leesburg, VA home had an issue with ineffective gutters that were allowing excess surface water to build up on the property. Our sales professional Pedro went out to the home and determined what the optimal path for the drainage trench would be to maximize effectiveness and minimize cost. When everything was finalized our service crews went out to the home and dug out the path for the drain. Then finally installed the drain with the output path that led to a nearby dry spot to even out the coverage of surface water.
A rocky, dirt floor crawl was causing humid conditions in the rooms above due to uncontrolled moisture and hot summer weather. To remedy this, the 3 Pros team installed drainage matting and then a wall to wall vapor barrier (CleanSpace) to encapsulate the crawl space.
A homeowner in Herndon, VA wanted to reduce the chances of mold and humidity in their crawl space area. This crawl space was vented, like most homes in our area, and the vents let warm humid air in which is cooled by the subterranean crawl space. This causes relative humidity to go way up and condensation to form all over the crawl space surfaces including floor joists and ducts. Then mold can grow, wood will rot, and musty odors can appear. To address this, the 3 Pros team sealed up the vents and a dimpled plastic drainage matting is installed on the floor to create a thermal break. A heavy duty liner, CleanSpace, is installed across the floor over the matting and up the walls. Finally closed cell spray foam is installed on the walls to the top of the rim joist.