Proper Basement Drainage is the Solution to Your Wet Basement Problem

Basement Drainage

Do you need basement drainage? You can likely benefit from an interior basement drain if you find that your basement allows groundwater entry after it rains, you find pooling water by the baseboards, and/or you notice the walls of the basement feel damp. A French drain, sump pump, and a floor drain are three of the most popular basement drainage systems. A floor drain is typically installed at the time of construction, so if your basement is already finished, this usually isn’t a good option. A French drain is a drainage system that is installed on the outside of the home that redirects water away from your home’s foundation. And lastly, a sump pump is usually installed once groundwater has already entered the basement. Typically, a sump pump operates automatically and is triggered to remove moisture once the water reaches a certain level.

While there are many different types of basement drainage systems, one of the best systems to help maintain a dry basement is the BDry Basement Waterproofing System. This system is among the best wet basement solutions available as it has been proven to work throughout the years. BDry was founded in 1958 and first patented our basement waterproofing system in 1966. Since this time, we have helped countless homeowners throughout the country ease their wet basement headaches and keep their basements protected against groundwater intrusion.

If you would like additional information on the wet basement solutions we provide at BDry, contact us today. We would be happy to answer any of your questions, as well as tell you about the financing options that may be available to you to help make a basement waterproofing system more affordable.

*For specific information regarding financing options and warranties, please check with your local BDry dealer.

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