If you have a basement, chances are you either have a sump pump or need to have one installed because it is one of the most important parts to your basement waterproofing system. If you do have a sump pump that does not seem to be working properly,  it may be time to replace it. If your basement is susceptible to flooding, then keeping this major basement or crawl space appliance in working properly so that it keeps the water out and away from below your home. If it is not working properly the base of your home could possibly flood when it rains or when melting snow from your lawn goes into your basement. It can cause serious damage to your walls, floors, as well as the different items you keep in there.

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Choosing the right Sump Pump and other Waterproofing System for your Basement

These sump pumps are designed so they are energy efficient and work well with all of SafeBasements™ basement waterproofing products. They drain water away from your basement walls, help control erosion, and improve indoor air quality in your home. Also, this sump pump can even stop Radon gas from seeping inside. Plus, it also helps lower the water table beneath the floor and around your home removing the need for a basement dehumidifier.

There is a battery backup option to ensure that your pump works should there be a power outage

Below are other systems we use on top of a Sump Pump to water proof your basement.

This system is designed by SafeBasements and is carefully designed compact system to cover more surface ​area than other traditional water collection systems being used. By having an increased surface area it allows for more water to be pointed to a basement sump pump in less time. The Safe Edge™ System features:
  • Includes a built-in multi-flow drain tile,
  • a sump pump with a clear lid for ensuring it is clean,
  • battery backup system (available for installation)
  • a rubber seal that takes water away from the cove joint into the drain tile
This drain system has a low profile that has a wider design that allows for a adequate floor thickness to be poured over it once the installation is completed. Because of the wider design it allows for the water better thus reducing the overall hydrostatic pressure.
The SafeBasements water evacuation system is designed to be installed without having to excavate the soil around your home or basement floor. This saves a lot of time and money. At Denver Foundation Solutions we install the SafeTrack system in homes with monolithic floors. It is easy for us to set up so there is no longer damage being caused to the foundation of your home during the installation.
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