In this half finished basement water was staying as the bottom of the bilco doors and needed some sort of drain to remove the water from the door area. Our team dug out a space at the bottom of the stairwell to install our TrenchDrain sub-floor drain system. This drain is connected to our WaterGuard system that will flow any water that the drain intakes to the sump pump system, which then pumps the water out and safely away from the home.
This customer had a finished basement and was looking to add not only more natural lighting in the basement, but was also in need of an emergency exit. The product for this installation consisted of a Slider Egress Window an Egress Rockwell and Rockwell Cover
At this College Park home the owner wanted to encapsulate the dirt crawl space that was bringing moisture into the home. We installed our CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to capture any vapor or moisture that would leak into the home. Once the space was cleared out of minor debris, fiberglass and styrofoam from the walls we installed our SandiDry Sedona dehumidifier that will eliminate humidity.
The homeowner was getting a mass amount of water in the basement and the bottom of the stairwell had no access to drain the water. We dug out a trench in between the door and stairwell to install our TrenchDrain Entry Drainage system that is designed to capture the surface water. The heavy-duty plastic drain is reinforced which prevents rust, moisture damage and averts water coming into the home, keeping your area dry.
This homeowner was looking for help cleaning up and encapsulating her crawlspace. Basement Systems USA came in and got the job done. Here we installed the Cleanspace Encapsulation System with our Cleanspace drainage matting, which is specially designed to collect and draw water away to the sump pump, our Cleanspace vapor barrier and SilverGlo insulated wall panels. We also built a retaining kneewall to stabilize and better support the area.