This basement was in pretty good shape- enough for the homeowner to store personal belongings that are perishable should the basement flood. So when that happened we can understand the concern! We are glad to have been able to provide a solution.
We installed two SuperSump pumps and here is a look at one of them near an entry door. This one we also installed a TrenchLock to protect the radon system's vacuum.
Here is the second of the SuperSumps we installed.
Right now the space doesn't look too bad, does it? And that is the usual disguise some basements wear making the homeowner unsuspecting to the damage that can exist with just one rainstorm. Despite how "ok" things may look we are able to evaluate the real need for repairs and help prevent a wet basement.
Here we have a customer's basement that experienced flooding during a recent heavy rainstorm. This is the first that the basement has flooded while this homeowner has lived at the home. However, he has only lived here about a year. No one is ever excited for a flooded basement and a new homeowner is absolutely concerned all-the-more. Reasonably so! We were pleased to set his mind at ease when we told him our plan. We installed two SuperSump pumps, some TrenchDrain to take care of surface water, LawnScape and IceGuard to help things to work despite freezing temperatures.