Basement Drainage Pipe

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Basement Drainage Pipe

Posted by Brusse Ancelina on Sunday, 12 January, 2020 17:53:43

Installing an interior perimeter drain to a basement that had water/moisture issues. After the pipe was laid and topped with concrete we coated the floor and "Block Walls" with "Xypex" a crystal

An interior trench and drain system is sometimes added inside a basement or crawl space that has a flooding problem. If you imagine the drain pipe shown above located on the interior of a foundation wall then it's an internal perimeter drain. Details about interior perimeter drain systems are at PERIMETER DRAIN SYSTEMS

PROBLEM: Foundation Drainage. Water pooling in a foundation or basement can cause structural damage. SOLUTION: Create a perimeter drain system with a storm drain catch basin to carry water away from the foundation of your home.

Interior drain tile installation can help control flooding and water issues in your basement. A perforated pipe placed under your basement floor directs water toward your sump pit to remove it

Remove the perimeter of your basement floor and excavate alongside the footer. Install 4" perforated, rigid PVC pipe with clean out ports. Fill around pipe with #6 washed stone. (Optional but recommended) - Install a wall liner over basement walls. Install drainage fabric and re-cement floor smoothly and even with the existing floor.

Floor drains naturally catch debris and other gunk, building up inside and necessitating a clear-out. If your drain is clogged, you will notice a decided odor in the room and water pooling where it used to dissipate. So how do you clean a basement floor drain?