Basement Waterproofing Case Studies: Basement water problems are resolved in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A home in Cincinnati experienced some flooding during some of the hard rains we have had this year. Water was seeping into the basement through the walls and floor. The foundation of the home is block and there was no sump pump installed in the basement.
To resolve this problem, Austin recommended that the homeowner have BrightWall Paneling System, WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System, a SuperSump Premier Sump Pump System, a TimeMachine Data Logger, and a SaniDry Sedona. These products working together will give the homeowner a dry basement and they will have peace of mind the next time we get a lot of rain.
The BrightWall Paneling System was installed in part of the basement. The BrightWall Panel is plastic paneling that is permanently attached to the basement walls. The BrightWall Panel will also direct any water that is seeping in through the foundation walls into the WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System.
The WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System is a sub-floor piping system that is installed along the foundation wall. WaterGuard collects the water that is seeping into the basement and will drain it into the SuperSump Premier Sump Pump System to be pumped out of the basement.
The SuperSump Premier Sump Pump System has a cast-iron pump, WaterWatch Alarm, SuperLiner, and an Airtight Lid with an Airtight Floor Drain.
The Time Machine Data Logger is used to record power outages, AC/DC pump device cycles, relative humidity, and temperature data. By knowing what is going on in the basement helps you to make decisions to keep your basement dry and healthy.
In this photo, BrightWall Paneling System, WaterGuard Basement Waterproofing System, a SuperSump PremierSump Pump System, and a Time Machine Data Logger.