The work looked very strenuous. The team came in and covered my floor. Then they jackhammered all around my basement, cleared out the rubble of the saturated floor by putting it in buckets and carrying them outside to haul it away and put in the system as Mike described. They fit the system in place, stoned it up and then sprayed the floor and swept debris. They installed a sump pump and discharged the water outside by an underground pipe. They also installed a dehumidifier that drains right into the sump lid. The guys concreted back over the system that they had installed, collected trash and left my basement clean and dry.
When Jason and the team came to waterproof my basement water was already on the floor from the rain the day before. They worked quickly to establish drainage to first get the water out of the way. I was lucky enough to see my system being installed and working right away as water poured in from my walls. The whole time I thought they were doing a great job. I was stunned to see it working right in front of my eyes for all of my own attempts to stop the water had failed. It didn’t matter which member I asked when I wanted to know what was going on. They all knew what was going on and seemed to work with each other very well. I even bought the guys lunch. After that, Jason explained the work that would be done outside. I was told the job would take two whole days but these guys worked clean and they worked fast and when they came back for day two they were finished the concrete by noon. The boys didn’t stay for lunch this time. After Jason described the service schedule they were off.