Wet Spots in Ansonia, CT
The wet areas in the basement of the Ansonia, CT home show the water problem that the homeowners had. Water came in under the door as well as in through the walls. To stop water from entering the basement through the door, we installed a trench drain. It has an open grate that collects water into the perimeter drainage system and directs it out of the basement, keeping the area dry.
Old Sump Pump in Ansonia, CT
The basement of the Ansonia, CT home had an old sump pump that was not working well. We removed it and filled in the hole to keep the basement in good condition. We then installed our SuperSump pump system to dry out the basement. Its powerful Zoeller® ⅓ horsepower cast-iron sump pump can remove up to 2,500 gallons of water per hour from the basement. Its airtight lid protects the pump from any debris on the basement floor so it will run well for many years to come.
Wet Walls in Ansonia, CT
Water entered the basement through the walls of the Ansonia, CT home, seen in the stains of drips coming down the wall. We installed our WaterGuard sub-floor perimeter drainage system to pull the water out of the walls and direct it out of the basement. Our unique drains are highly resistant to clogging and have easily accessed maintenance ports. Water no longer is able to enter through the walls of the basement.
Drainage Area in Ansonia, CT
Sump pumps need to have a discharge line through which water is pushed out of the basement. We bury our discharge lines to eliminate the ugly tripping hazard of having a pipe going through the lawn and to prevent clogging from leaves and debris. We installed our LawnScape Discharge Line Outlet at the end of the discharge line. Its grated opening further reduces clogging and the fan shape spreads water out where the homeowners want it.