GOODBYE WET BASEMENT, HELLO SUMP PUMP INSTALLATION
The sump pump is one of the most important parts of a basement waterproofing system. If you have noticed that your sump pump isn’t working like it should, it may be time for a replacement.
It is important to keep this major basement or crawl space appliance in good working order because it helps to keep water out and away from underneath your home. When it isn’t functioning like normal, it becomes much more likely that the base of your home will flood whenever it rains or you have melting snow on your lawn. This is going to cause serious damage to your walls, floors, or to anything you may have kept in this area of your home.
Understanding Sump Pumps will help you to better determine whether it’s working like it should or not. A sump pump is typically installed in the lowest lying area under a home in a basement or crawl space. It will be set up over a pit or basket which is in the ground. Drains from under the home designed to collect water will be directed into the pit. Once water in this pit reaches a certain level, it will be sent out and away from the home to a safe distance away.
Basement Sump Pumps
Sump pumps are specially-designed to be very energy efficient. They have the ability to be installed together with our other basement waterproofing products. These pumps will be able to drain water away from the basement walls, lower the water table under the floor and around the home, eliminate the need for basement dehumidifiers, control erosion, improve indoor air quality in your home, and even stop Radon gas from seeping inside.
The sumps are installed carefully with a seal and all debris moved away that would otherwise make their way up and into your family’s home.
Sump Pump Installed in a Basement
A sump pump can be an incredibly valuable resource in your home. When water gets into your basement, the sump pump is what protects you from a flood that could cause expensive property damage. It’s smart to protect your home with a quality sump pump from DryShield.
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