Keep Your Basement Dry by Installing a Long Drainage Trench for Basement Waterproofing and Better Drainage
Unfortunately, in order to save a buck, many inferior basement waterproofing contractors will keep drainage trenches as short as possible… and not dig them deep enough!
This leads to drainage problems, and water getting inside of your basement walls, and floor. It can also cause your crawl space to flood, and foundation cracks to form.
When putting in a basement waterproofing system, it is best to install a long drainage trench in most cases.
This allows water to be removed from your cellar at all possible points of entry.
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