Here you can see the area that has been jackhammered out to make room for the WaterGuard and TripleSafe.
WaterGuard is installed sub-ground and is engineered to prevent the system from clogging by sitting up and out of dirt and silt, keeping the system running smoothly.
Out of Sight
Once WaterGuard is installed, concrete is poured over top to conceal it. The only portion that sticks out above ground is the built-in wall flange. This flange is designed to collect wall leaks and channel the seepage into the sump pump.
Channeled Water Seepage
WaterGuard channels both wall leaks and groundwater seepage to flow into the TripleSafe, keeping the floors safe and dry.
Because WaterGuard is installed below-ground, the area above can be used for either recreational living space or storage, all while having the peace of mind that the area will remain dry.
The TripleSafe consists of two pumps: two cast-iron main pumps and one, battery-operated UltraSump. The UltraSump provides extra protecting if there is primary pump or power failure.
Depending on the situation, WaterGuard can be placed around small corners, such as this one.
Under the Stairs
Depending on the circumstances, WaterGuard can be installed in areas such as underneath small staircases.
Winter months can cause temperatures to drop to sub-zero temperatures here in the Midwest, sometimes causing pipes to freeze. Fortunately, IceGuard is an automatic discharge system that allows water to escape out of the sump system incase that does occur.