Ariel view of the trench drain system. With the simple use of the jack hammer and a shovel, we can insert drain tracks in virtually any setting.
The sump pump is placed at the lowest point in the basement for natural drainage. All that is left here is to cement and look beautiful again.
This location is at the front of the garage. With a sloped driveway leading towards that garage, chances are this trench drain portion will re-route the most quantity of water. The important part to note is that every side and angle is protected.
The mess has been taken care of, and the trench drains have all been cemented over. This is the final product! Great job foreman and team on another waterproofed basement and happy customer.
Finished above is a view of cemented trench drains.
Installed and cemented. This pump is ready for action.
This drain will be able to collect water flowing down the driveway while keeping rocks and other debris out of the waterproofing track with our patented grate pattern.
Including a Drytrack perimeter in your comprehensive waterproofing project will ensure water coming through the walls will be properly collected and directed towards that natural drain system or sump pump.
This is a look at a comprehensive waterproofing project in southeast Portland. The complete solution contained Waterguard, a trench drain system, Drytrack around the perimeter, a sump pump and Cleanspace wall liner. Talk about a total and complete waterproofing system. The goal list was achieved through efficient collecting of the water and removal by one of the best sump pump systems in the industry.