If you’re experiencing water seepage in your basement, you’ll likely want to get the problem fixed right away. Allowing water to build up in your home can cause serious problems down the line with foundation repair and mold issues. Foundation Medix’s interior drain tile systems are unique because they are completely self-sufficient and do not require any maintenance. It also comes with a transferable lifetime warranty. If you are interested in getting an interior drain tile system installed- contact us to get started!
Interior drain tile systems are most commonly used to correct seepage through a basement cove joint or through various floor cracks. This often happens over time as homes begin to age and settle, but it’s important to fix the problem right away to avoid future issues with your foundation or basement.
The installation process involves opening the concrete floor along the outside foundation wall(s) and installing a perforated drain pipe, surrounded by rocks, at the base of the wall. The interior drain tiles collect unwanted basement water from multiple sources and empty it into a sump pump also located in your basement. This method is not incredibly invasive and can be completed relatively quickly depending on the severity of the situation.
Knowing about what causes problems in your home and discovering how they can best be handled is a great way to become a smarter investor in your home. Your home is probably one of the most expensive purchases you’ve ever made, so you’ll want to make sure you’re investing your money in solutions that work. At Foundation Medix, we provide the solutions that will fix your home at a price you can afford. If the interior drain tile system is right for you, your home will soon be back to normal and your family will be safe from disease. Are you ready to work on your home? Contact us for all your foundation and basement structural issues today! You’ll even receive a free quote.
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