Basement Drainage Systems are easier and more cost-effective than exterior drainage systems.
If an exterior drainage system is not the answer to your problems, then what is?
A basement drainage system!
By installing a basement drainage system around the inside of the basement along the wall, you can capture water at the most common point of entry, i.e, the base floor/wall joint. You can also capture water from the walls and prevent the center of the basement floor from leaking by intercepting the water at the perimeter of the floor before it gets to the center.
Even in basements that are already finished, it is generally much easier and more cost-effective to waterproof from the inside than the outside.
This method is efficient for eliminating basement wall seepage by directing drainage water to the drain tile and relieving water pressure under the floor. It consists of installing a new drainage system under the basement floor to collect water and direct it to the sump pump, allowing it to be effectively pumped to a suitable point of discharge. And, since this system is installed inside your house, costs are minimized and it can often be completed in a minimal amount of time.
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