Interior Drainage Installation in Your Area

My Basement Repair Pro provides the most reliable interior drainage installation services in your area. We have a pool of professional contractors who provides effective and efficient interior drainage systems. If your basement is showing signs of wall cracks, molds, or standing water, you need to get an interior drainage system installed to save your property from further damage.

Interior Drainage Solution by My Basement Repair Pro

Interior Drainage Solution by My Basement Repair Pro

The drainage system, installed by the professional contractors of My Basement Repair Pro, works by capturing water at the perimeter of the basement; the point where water enters — the wall-floor joint. As water enters the basement, it is collected at the perimeter by the interior drains. The water gathered is then redirected to a sump pump system that discharges the water outside. The system works by itself, all you have to do is enjoy a dry and clean basement environment.

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Causes of Basement Leak

Basement Leak
  1. Excavation & Backfilling

    During the establishment of a basement foundation, a portion of soil is removed to make the space needed for the construction. Upon completion of the basement, the soil is backfilled against the wall of the basement. This soil is much looser and more permeable to water than the soil that has remained untouched. Meaning that this soil will absorb more water on rainy days, increasing the chances of water seeping through the basement wall.

  2. Wall-Floor Joint

    A small gap is usually created intentionally between the floor and the wall to prevent cracks from forming in the floor. Water under high pressure can penetrate this gap and seep in through the foot of the basement.

  3. Clogged Footing Drain

    Footing drains can sometimes be crushed during the backfilling process. Moreover, footing drains clog over time due to particles in the soil and become ineffective in the drainage of the water. The water then finds its way into the basement through small openings and gaps.

  4. Leak in the Basement Wall

    Various types of blocks used in the basement foundation have various chances of leaking. For instance, stone wall joints can weaken under immense pressure from the water, and create small gaps through which water can enter; the same happens with concrete block walls.

Why Choose My Basement Repair Pro?

My Basement Repair Pro screens and provides professionals who specialize in basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, crack repair, finishing, sump pumps, and other basement issues. These are local companies who have shown a track record of helping homeowners like you, make the basements dry and safe. Whether you have a finished or unfinished basement, we can provide the appropriate professional help in your area, to solve your basement issues. Contact us today or call us at 844-406-0501 to know further details.