Water leaking into a basement feeds mold.
A certain section of all the drywall around the basement is removed to install a waterproofing system.
Raised footing diagram
When a basement floor is poured up against the footing and parts of the top and side of the footing are left exposed, this is called a raised footing.
Prep for waterproofing
A small section of the basement floor is removed for the waterproofing system, WaterGUARD™. Plus additional products are required to waterproof the entire footing.
Waterproofing Around the Hot Water Heater
Luckily the tank was set far enough away from the basement wall to waterproof behind it.
This specialized curbing control leaks from a hot water heater so the rest of the finished basement is protected.
WaterGUARD™ Piping System
This patented waterproofing product is exclusive to the Basement Systems Deal Network.
Raided Footing and Sump Pump Pit
Installing the waterproofing along the perimeter of the basement to the sump pump location is the next step. Then re-pouring the concrete basement floor and then installing the sump pumps.
Waterproofed Raised Footing
The WaterGuard™ piping system is installed at the floor and FlowGUARD™ installed to waterproof the top of the footing.
Not the wall flange and top of the footing are installed with a waterproofing system connected at the floor taking all the water to the sump pumps.
TripleSAFE™ Sump Pump System
This patented sump pump system has 3 individual pumps and one being a battery pack up sump pump that handles 1500 gallons of water per hour with 50+ hours of continuous pumping time per battery charge.