Interior basement waterproofing is used when an exterior weeping system has failed and/or outside is inaccessible or undesirable.
This system is installed under the basement floor and water is directed to a sump pump pit, then discharged away from the house. A 12-inch wide by 12-inch deep trench is cut around the entire perimeter of the basement.
Interior Weeping Tile System
A perforated pipe is placed inside, filled with clear gravel and covered with concrete. Compared to exterior waterproofing, an interior weeping tile system is less expensive (since no excavation is involved) and is a proven, effective basement waterproofing method. Interior and exterior waterproofing are both good methods, but the best waterproofing method for your home may be different than of your neighbor.
Ask us which method is best for your leaky basement situation, each method is used in different circumstances and our professionals will assist you in deciding which method is right for your home.
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