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Want to protect your home from leaks and flooding? Though you may believe that sump pumps are convenient yet effective devices that keep a basement free of moisture and mold, they don't offer the same benefits to all basements.
Since every basement is prone to flooding and water infiltration, it typically needs a foolproof method to keep it protected against water damage. If your basement has flooded due to heavy rains or water leaks an electrical pump can help you remove water and keep your foundation dry and strong. This functional equipment will protect your industrial, commercial, or residential property as well as your investment.
A dry basement implies that your structure is protected against creeping water and subsequent damages. Being a property owner in Massachusetts, you should opt for the perfect protection equipment to avoid mildew, molds, and other water-associated issues in your basement.
Sump pump systems are comprised of pipes to drive water out of a basement. They drain water quickly and efficiently to avoid permanent damage to the structure's electrical and water heating system. Being more reliable and efficient than a conventional curtain drain system, a sump pump is able to remove water from a basement in a comparatively short time period.
Though having a sump pump installed in a basement is a sensible choice, it may not provide you with the best results. In order to install a sump pump, a team of professionals makes holes in the foundation of a basement. This practice not only weakens the foundation, but can also introduce new cracks in the basement. Moreover, these holes and cracks affect the health of your foundation.
A sump pump needs electricity. Though you can find some battery-operated sump pumps in the market, they are not able to drain huge amounts of water for long periods of time.
Sump pumps don't have the right properties and features to meet the needs of every basement. Some basements may be wet or damp, but do not have enough water for a sump pump to be useful. Sump pumps require a certain amount of pooling water to activate. These types of basements that sump pumps are not useful in, are perfect candidates for our waterproof coatings. Our waterproof coatings will keep your basement completely dry, mold and mildew free. Our coating system also prevents radon gasses from penetrating your foundation floor and walls.
Avoid the installation of a sump pump and get your basement a waterproof coating. This approach will not only prevent water penetration, but will also enhance the looks of your property. Want to learn more about better alternatives? Consult the experts of Done Right Services at 978-808-7873. We offer free estimates and consultations.