Above Footing Systems Do Not Relieve Hydrostatic Pressure

    Basement Above Footing System Review

    Above Footing Systems

    Drain systems installed on the top of a footing are not low enough to adequately handle or relieve high water table conditions beneath your homes foundation.

    While this type of system is much easier and more cost effective for the contractor to install, it is not the proper choice for a homeowner who is experiencing water seepage that is determined to be from "hydro-static" pressure.

    The retail pricing, when compared to a more comprehensive sub floor drain system is typically the same or in some instances even higher!

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    Sub-Floor Dual Pressure Relief Drainage System A SUB FLOOR interior drain is the most effective way to relieve "hydro-static" pressure and lower the water table around your homes foundation.

    This type of system not only captures any water beneath your floor, but also captures and releases any water in cinderblock or stone foundation walls.

    Providing you with a complete system that includes an industry leading dual drain board - vapor barrier to protect your walls from moisture, mold and mildew as well as a filtration material to prevent system clogging. Lifetime Basement Waterproofing

Its The Water You Cant See That Can Destroy Your Foundation

    Tar emulsion formulas used to waterproof exterior walls at the time of original construction often deteriorates in 3 to 5 years leaving the walls unprotected against moisture.
    Hydrostatic Pressure can result from a high water table, underground streams or capillary action.
    Excess Water around a home's footings can cause undermining and damaging settlement of the foundation.


    Only about 10% of mold is visible to the naked eye

    1. White powdery substance on your basement walls
    2. Musty basement odors can be a sign of hidden mold
    3. Damp cinderblock and peeling paint

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