This is what the basement looked like before we began our waterproofing process. Seems ok, right? Maybe, but behind the finished walls is a mess of water intrusion that should have been in place before the basement was finished
finished photo of Thermal Dry walls working with the Waterguard system to ensure that all wall seepage will not affect the new walls.
Thermal dry is compatible with wood framing and allows for the basement to be finished again once in place.
corner section of the wall where waterguard is installed and a new pipe for the Super Sump pump
We insulated half of this basement wall because the homeowner did not want the existing cupboards removed
Before picture with signs of water under the base boards
This homeowner had water intrusion in his finished basement and knew that if he left it alone the problem would only get worse. Our team at John's Waterproofing installed our patented Waterguard perimeter drain, a Super Sump pump and Thermal Dry walls. Thermal Dry walls insulate while waterproofing. They are installed against the concrete walls and ensure that all wall seepage is channeled down into the Waterguard drain. Thermal Dry is designed to work with wall framing so the basement can be finished again.
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