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French Drains Installation and Sump Pumps Dayton New Jersey Residents Trust
At Dry Master LLC, we have been doing basement waterproofing in Dayton for several years. We employ only licensed, bonded and insured professionals using the latest technology to keep your lower level sealed and ready for any flooding event. So how can we guarantee our work for life? By using a proven method that has been around since the mid-1800s: the French Drain.
French Drains did not come from France; they were invented in the U.S. by an attorney in Massachusetts named Henry French. Mr. French introduced the concept to the world in his book Farm Drainage, first published in 1859. In the beginning, French Drains were much simpler; they were used primarily on the exterior and were essentially a ditch filled with gravel designed to direct water flow away from the house and any other buildings on the property.
In the 20th Century, the concept evolved significantly. Today, French Drains are used both on the exterior and interior. In many cases, a French Drain is installed on the exterior of the home when it first constructed. The problem is that over time, the exterior drain gets clogged with plant roots, silt and other debris, eventually rendering it ineffective for keeping the water out of the basement.
The interior French Drain is a different case entirely. When installed inside the basement (usually on top of the footing or sometimes above the floor), it can stay free of clogging and work in conjunction with your sump pump to permanently keep the moisture out of your lower level. In addition, interior installation can be done without inflicting any structural damage on your foundation.
We have been professionally installing French Drains in Dayton New Jersey for many years and can typically finish the entire job in one day.
A sump pump is a very important piece of a basement waterproofing system. This electrically powered device does the work to keep your leaky or wet basement dry.
It forces water out of your lower level after the water collects in a sump pit that is installed on the floor.
Sump pumps are used where basement flooding happens regularly and to remedy dampness where the water table is above the foundation of a home. Sump pumps send water away from a house to any place where it is no longer problematic, such as a municipal storm drain or a dry well.
Our Waterproofing experts have been installing sump pumps in Dayton New Jersey for decades.
If you are dealing with a wet basement in Dayton , please call us at 877.477.6518 for a friendly free consultation.We are looking forward to waterproofing your basement and giving you the peace of mind that you deserve.