Having a basement, which is below ground and closer to the water table, increases the importance of these factors.
Having a dry basement is like getting an extra room for your house. You can rest assured that your home’s structure and upper floors will remain in good condition and that the value of your home will rise with the addition of a finished or even unfinished but dry basement.
Waterproofing a basement is a multi-step process. Coating the interior portion of the basement wall or cleaning the drainage system won’t solve the problem of water seeping in. Waterproofing, on the other hand, is not a single project but rather a series of them that work together to ensure that your basement is as watertight as can be.
Keeping the basement dry requires a concerted effort from your home’s outer, intermediate, and inner rings or zones.
The area outside the house that is not attached to it is represented by the outermost ring. Incorrect grading of the soil can cause water to flow directly toward your home. Plus, the interior of the basement’s walls, floors, and sump pump consider making up the inner ring or zone.
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