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Installation of a Water Guard, sub floor waterproofing system and a sump pump along with a moisture barrier along the base of the walls helped transform this wet basement into a cleaner, drier space.
This basement in Woodbridge VA had an existing sump pump that was not solving all of the water issues in the home. Although it was properly placed in the lowest spot of the basement, there was still uncontrolled water collecting in the basement that was not getting to the sump pump for discharge out of the home. In addition to a full sub floor Water Guard system and Moisture Controlling wall coverings, the home owner opted for a new sump pump installation to compliment it all. Our Super Sump has 2 pumps and will recover to keep water discharging out of the basement even if the first pump gets overwhelmed.
This basement in Woodbridge Virginia had unwanted water issues. The walls were cold and had been allowing external water to come through the foundation of the home. After installing Water Guard below the cement floors to lead collected water tot he sump pump, the walls were covered with Clean Space material. This moisture barrier keeps the water contained and helps the air in the basement from being as humid as it was. A clean look improves the feel in the basement.
One of the leading causes of home performance issues, and specifically mildew and mold issues in crawl spaces, is uncontrolled air flow. Most crawl spaces are designed with vents that people leave open all year long. This allows external air, moisture, dust and allergens to enter the crawl space. That air eventually works its way into the living spaces of the home above and is what the homeowners will breath. Capping and air sealing crawl space vents is often the first step in turning a nasty crawl space into a controlled environment that can positively improve the health and comfort of the people living in a home. Silver Glo insulation panels are seen here, cut to fit the vents and then air sealed with Zyp Foam.
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.