Sump Pumps Case Studies: Basement Waterproofing Contractor in Castalia, IA
Basement flooding can lead to extensive damage to finishing materials and stored items. In fact, basements can flood from just about anywhere, such as walls, floors, windows, and doorway entrances. The solution to a flooded basement depends on what is causing the flood in the first place.
Betty and Peggy had water leaking into their basement, causing them to have standing and pooling water on their carpet. One of their peers referred American Waterworks so they contacted our office staff and requested a FREE estimate. Our Design Specialist went to their home, inspected their water issues, and proposed a solution that would work for them and their needs. They were confident in our proposed solution, so they decided to move forward with the project.
Our Foreman and his crew began the project by introducing themselves to Betty and Peggy and ensuring all of their questions were answered. After a thorough introduction, our crew got to work and began the project by breaking out the concrete floor perimeter, forming a trench. In the trench, our crew installed our WaterGuard Below Floor Drain, which is an interior drainage system that prevents mud clogs, collects water seepage from basement walls, and guides water to the sump pump. Next, our team installed our TripleSafe Sump Pump System, which is the best sump pump that we provide for homeowners because of its ability to solve all three water problems in one unit and it comes with a battery backup in case of power failure. To complete the installation, our crew filled the open-floor gaps with river rock and applied new concrete over them, ensuring the basement was neater and cleaner than when they found it.
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Contractor: American Waterworks
Service: Basement Waterproofing
Products Installed: WaterGuard Below Floor Drain and TripleSafe Sump Pump System
Water was leaking into Betty and Peggy's basement, causing standing and pooling water.
The homeowners let our team leave a yard sign in their yard, which is a great source of advertising.