Interior drainage systems are far less disruptive to install and service than conventional French drain systems by eliminating the need to dig out the entire perimeter of the basement and regrade the soil around your home. At half the cost, an interior drainage collection system provides superior resistance to clogs and an effective short- and long-term drainage solution.
An interior subfloor drain may be installed underneath the basement floor along the perimeter of the basement walls. Interior baseboard drains install on top of the basement floor with no jackhammering. Both systems divert any water collected from leaking walls or windows to a sump pump system and are easily serviced.
An interior or negative side waterproofing coating can be applied directly to the concrete surface of basement walls and floors and is especially effective in sealing out moisture when finishing a basement.
By completely encapsulating and insulating your crawl space, moisture is prevented from entering through the crawl space floor and concrete walls. A durable crawl space liner will also allow service contractors to access the space without damage.
Once your crawl space is completely sealed from outside air, we can install a dehumidifier to ensure the area remains dry. With a self-draining dehumidifier, your crawl space will be protected against mold and dust mites while eliminating the need for a collection reservoir to be emptied on a regular basis. Any moisture that is collected is emptied into the sump pump may be discharged outside with a condensation pump.
Our goal is to make sure that your basement or crawl space is a clean, dry, energy-efficient and functional space. Call us today to discuss how we may help you.