gain more storage space in your crawlspace
The biggest misconception in crawlspaces is that they are support to vented WRONG!!! By venting your crawlspace, you are bringing in cool MOIST air at the floor level contributing to a damp environment. This will cause damage to your building materials. It will make your floor warp and sag..
Our patented Ice Guards will prevent the discharge on the sump systems being clogged.
A floor drain is added to the entrance to the crawlspace and a drainage pipe goes to the sump
This is added to drain the entrance to the existing sump.
The Cleanspace used here encapsulates the crawlspace so moisture won't come out of the ground and cause damage tothe building materials
Single pump in a Triplesafe liner allows for future upgrade if needed
Connor taking a break and Chris, our newest employee< learning about the process and materials used.
Drain added to sump pump
New SuperSump Plus added to encapsulated crawlspace
Sealed lid will not allow moisture or bugs out of the sump system. Two piece lid allows easy inspection and service.
New sealed and insulated hatch has been added to keep the crawlspace warm and dry
Seal any moisture from the ground from entering the crawlspace air
A drain is added to the entrance of the crawlspace and is taken to the existing sump. The trench that was opened up will be concreted over
A custome lid is added tot he existing sump to make it air tight and easy to open
Keith & Joanne has a large crawlspace in Port Rowan and was having flooding and dampness issues in their crawlspace. They are hoping to save the house from further damage due to moisture and gain more storage space. Half of their crawlspace is concrete floor and the other is sand bottom. The large opening used for entrance also fills with water and need drainage for when it rains. They also would like a more substantial door that is insulated.
Our crew went to work encapsulating the sandy part of the crawlspace including our SuperSump Plus and adding a drain for the entrance that drains to the existing sump in the concrete side. The discharge for the sumps are buried to the canal behind the property.
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