This basement would flood every time it rained hard. When the basement dried up after a few days, this homeowner was left with a muddy floor. Tar Heel Basement Systems was able to keep the water and dirt from seeping onto the basement floor by installing an interior perimeter BasementGutter System and CrawlSeal wall liner.
Basement Waterproofing Before & After Photos
This home was built in the 1960’s and had a carport that was enclosed on one side of the home, allowing water to come in through the brick walls. To keep the water out for good, Tar Heel Basement Systems installed their CrawlSeal wall system in collaboration with their BasementGutter drainage system.
This basement in Rural Hall, NC flooded every time it rained hard. In order to keep the water from making its way onto the floor, Tar Heel Basement Systems needed to give the water a route to exit the basement. After installing an interior perimeter drainage system and directing it to our SafeDri™ Super Sump Pump System, this basement remains dry even during the heaviest of rains.
This basement had major issues with dampness and a bowing wall. The homeowners’ father built this home with his own hands and wanted to protect it. He called Tar Heel Basement Systems for help with his basement concerns. The Systems Designer came out and recommended BasementGutter interior drainage system, SafeDri™ Triple Sump Pump System, and Wall Anchors to stabilize the wall. Now, the basement is dry and the wall is stabilized, the homeowner is very happy with his permanent solution.
Unfortunately for this Lowgap, NC homeowner the April showers had gotten the best of the finished basement. Water damage along the finished walls and carpet was enough for the customer. Looking for a professional contractor to end the problem was their only option.
Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the patented BasementGutter Drainage System along the interior perimeter of the basement, catching intruding water and removing it safely away from the home. BasementGutter prevents clogging by sitting on top of the footing, eliminating the worry of system failure for the homeowners. The new panel boards and carpet can now be replaced with ease.