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John's Waterproofing Case Studies: Rock Well Window Well in Bridal Veil, OR

Thursday, January 25th, 2018 by Kayla Cree


These homeowners were tired of looking out their dirty, debris-filled egress window. Egress windows are windows that are large enough to climb out of in case of an emergency. It's usually a large window well with a usable step. Most window wells are a design of plastic that snaps together to form the walls and steps, but its durability lacks when it's needed to hold back the heavy earth and water.




Rock Well window wells are a one-piece, rigid construction that will not collapse from backfill or allow water to leak through the well walls. They are rust and rot proof, UV durable and withstand extreme temperatures. Rock Well has the look of real stone, and an integral feature is an easy-exit step if needed. Rock Wells can also have a safety ladder attached and well covers to ensure that no debris will collect within the well.


The homeowners are happy with the new look of their window well and can trust that should they ever need to, they can safely exit from their basement.

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Representative: AJ DeLaRosa

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