Crawl spaces can collect large amounts of water, whether it’s from a storm or the way the house was built. If your home was not built properly and you experience lots of rain, your home suffers from the run-off effect where water comes into your home instead of drains away from it. It’s important to incorporate a good drainage system in your home so that more problems don’t compound in your home.
There are many reasons why your crawl space is wet or has standing water. Some common sources include:
Regardless of the source, water can reach excessive levels inside the crawl space and needs to be repaired before it causes more damage to your support beams or other important systems. Standing water also attracts a host of pests that can be annoying and hurtful to your home. Foundation Medix offers specialized solutions for all your crawl space drainage needs, no matter the cause.
Installing a sump pump is a great solution for excess water removal because it has the ability to drain all of the unwanted water out of a crawl space on a routine basis without much maintenance or supervision. Foundation Medix offers primary and battery backup sump pumps. Primary sump pumps work off of electricity provided by the home, while a battery backup sump pump is supported by a battery system that will continue to remove excess water even in a power outage situation. If your area experiences a lot of storms, the battery backup option might be good for you. Along with our sump pump solutions we install a drainage pipe that allows the pump to move the water to a safe distance from your home’s foundation walls.
We have years of experience in crawl space drainage and other crawl space repairs, so you can be sure your home is in good hands. We want you to feel safe and comfortable, which is why we treat each home as our own. Protect your biggest investment with crawl space drainage services from Foundation Medix. Call today to receive your free quote!
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